Russia Prevents No-Fly Zone in Libya; Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Westboro

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A Libyan civilian holds anti aircraft ammunitions at an army barrack on February 28, 2011 in Benghazi where dozens of civilians registered for a civil defense training amid fears of an air raid.
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A growing debate about a no-fly zone puts Russia at odds with the West; a controversial bill reducing the power of unions passes in Ohio; another union-management debate flares up in the NFL; Libya before Gadhafi; the country's former U.N. Deputy Ambassador speaks on the country; the Supreme Court rules in favor of Westboro Baptist Church; an assesment of Saudi Arabia's potential for unrest; a changing relationship between the Jewish people and the Catholic Church; and the question of whether paying nothing for music can make it worth something again.