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15-state tornado swarm deadliest since 2008

The deadliest swarm of twisters in three years could turn out to be among the top 10 three-day outbreaks for number of tornadoes, though experts can't be sure until all the reports are sorted out.Full story

What comes next in Libya, Middle East?

US helps monitor Japanese air quality

Air Force: Reading WikiLeaks May Be Espionage

Western leaders: Gadhafi must go

  After days of squabbling over the future of NATO’s role in Libya, the leaders of the United States, France and Britain have put on a united front, including a joint op-ed in the New York Times in the which the trio wrote that “It is impossible to imagine a future for Libya with Qaddafi in power.” NB

U.S. Air Force Weighs Plan to Help Avoid Future Satellite Crashes

PARIS — The U.S. Air Force remains undecided about how much data it will make available on the whereabouts of satellites and orbital debris beyond what it publicizes now as it weighs orbital traffic safety concerns against the national security penchant for secrecy, the service’s deputy undersecreta Full story

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