President to Speak on Libya Intervention: Syrian Unrest Grows

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A Libyan rebel waves the rebellion flag as he stands over wrecked military vehicles belonging to Moammer Khaddafi forces hit by French warplanes on March 20, 2011.
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President Obama speaks tonight to the nation about U.S. action in the Libyan conflict; Congress sees new divisions over whether the House should have been asked first; a new novel sheds light on the roles Jewish people played in the history of slavery; this week's Agenda; the Final Four is finally settled — with plenty of upsets; considering liberal arts vs. technical college degrees; Syrian unrest and brutal crackdowns growing in scope and number; presidential power struggle continues in Ivory Coast; and how we could use our peer pressure powers for good.