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Once home to posh shops and apartments, Tripoli Street in downtown Misrata, Libya is now in ruins.

May. 18, 2011

Under American law, the president must terminate any combat operations that have not been authorized by Congress after 60 days. The deadline for U.S. involvement in the NATO bombing campaign in Libya will hit on May 20.  Christopher Anders, senior legislative counsel for the ACLU, examines the legal options for Congress and the Obama administration. Also, Worldview film contributor Milos Stehlik has another update from Cannes. And on Global Notes, Chicago musician Bucky Halker discusses his new compilation of folk songs that features everything from Native American drumming to polka.