Today's Takeaway: Dharun Ravi, NATO Summit, David McCullough, Chen Guangcheng and Unemployment for Older Americans

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Demonstrators march through downtown streets protesting the NATO Summit on May 20, 2012 in Chicago, Illinois.
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The case of Tyler Clementi became national news when the Rutgers University freshman, who had recently told his family he was gay, jumped off the George Washington Bridge in September, 2010. Today, New Jersey Superior Court Judge Glenn Berman will announce the sentence of Clementi's roommate, Dharun Ravi, who spied on Tyler kissing another man – and many are concerned that he might face a punishment that doesn’t fit the crime. Also on The Takeaway, we look at job prospects for older Americans, Occupy protests in Chicago, John Hockenberry has lunch with Seamus Mullen, and Anna Sale takes a special walk with historian David McCullough.