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  Superman to end ties with U.S.?

Superman: I'm renouncing my US citizenship

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Alaska cop in stolen ID case worked as bus driver

A police officer in Alaska accused of being an illegal immigrant using a stolen identity previously worked as a bus driver and had an excellent driving record. Full story

Police: Officer stole ID of citizen outside US

A Mexico-born illegal immigrant working as a police officer in Alaska was caught only after the U.S. citizen whose identity he stole applied for a passport, authorities said Tuesday. Full story

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  Maternity tourist hot spot closed down

The town of San Gabriel, California, has closed a house that had been converted into a makeshift maternity ward for "birth tourists." KNBC's Kim Baldonado reports the home serviced wealthy foreigners who travel to America so their children are born as U.S. citizens.

  Helicopters dump seawater on nuclear complex

Top Talkers: The Morning Joe panel – including Jon Meacham, Donny Deutsch, and the New York Times’ Nicholas Kristof – discuss the top stories of the day including news that helicopter crews are dumping seawater on Japan’s Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant. The U.S. has also authorized the first evacu

  Journalist looks Japan's coverage of quake

Msnbc's Thomas Roberts talks with Dave Spector, who is a TV journalist living in Toyko, about Japan's coverage of the disaster.

  What exactly is a ‘bunga-bunga’ party?

Best of Late Night: Jon Stewart pokes fun at a few CPAC speeches, Stephen Colbert has a little fun at the expense of the Italian Prime Minister and Letterman can’t resist a good joke at the expense of the IBM computer contestant on “Jeopardy.”

  Cantor ducks and dodges on 'Birthers'

Watch as Rep. Eric Cantor refuses to take a stand against Republicans who still say President Barack Obama is not a U.S. citizen.

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Army Pfc. Jennifer Alvarez, center, of Colombia, poses with her family after taking the oath to become a U.S. citizen, at Fort Jackson, S.C.
Army Pfc. Jennifer Alvarez, center, of Colombia, poses with her family after taking the oath to become a U.S. citizen, at Fort Jackson, S.C.

In a March 16, 2011 photo, Army Pfc. Jennifer Alvarez, center, of Colombia, poses with her family after taking the oath to become a U.S. citizen, at Fort Jackson, S.C. Military service has long been one route to U.S. citizenship. Now the Army and Navy, in need of specialists and language skills, are

Army Pvt. Jovany Mira, of Colombia, left, and Pfc. Shoumendra Nandy, of Bangladesh, take the oath to become U.S. citizens, at Fort Jackson, S.C.
Army Pvt. Jovany Mira, of Colombia, left, and Pfc. Shoumendra Nandy, of Bangladesh, take the oath to become U.S. citizens, at Fort Jackson, S.C.

In a March 16, 2011 photo, Army Pvt. Jovany Mira, of Colombia, left, and Pfc. Shoumendra Nandy, of Bangladesh, take the oath to become U.S. citizens, at Fort Jackson, S.C. Military service has long been one route to U.S. citizenship. Now the Army and Navy, in need of specialists and language skills,

Passengers just disembarked from a ferry carrying Americans and other foreigners waves inside a coach at the harbor terminal in Valletta, Malta, Friday, Feb. 25, 2011. The Maria Dolores ferry left Tripoli's As-shahab port on an eight-hour trip to Valetta. Its passengers, at least 167 U.S. citizens a