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Kid Rock accepts NAACP award in Detroit

Grammy-nominated artist Kid Rock told nearly 10,000 people at the Detroit NAACP branch's annual fundraising center in Detroit that his use of the Confederate flag during on-stage performances has nothing to do with how he feels about blacks.Full story

NAACP honors Kid Rock for being Detroit booster

Kid Rock is known as a champion for Detroit — proudly displaying the Motor City in music videos, jumping in when an area summer festival fell on hard times and using money from his "Made in Detroit" clothing line to help start a college fund for local music students. Full story

Libyan revolution awash with colorful souvenirs

Libyan rebels may be low on weapons needed to topple Moammar Gadhafi, but there is certainly no shortage of souvenirs available commemorating the revolution. Full story

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There are signs of renewed confidence among residents in the eastern city of Tobruk, but as NBC’s Richard Engel reports, the conflict won’t be won with a few well placed airstrikes.

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Dale Smith, 60, of Johnsonville, S.C. holds a Confederate Naval Jack flag as he looks out to Fort Sumter from the Battery in downtown Charleston, S.C. after canon where fired to mark the 150th anniversary of the start of the Civil War Tuesday, April 12, 2011. (AP Photo/The State, C. Aluka Berry)

A Libyan rebel fixes a rebel flag on one
A Libyan rebel fixes a rebel flag on one

A Libyan rebel fixes a rebel flag on one of two loyalist pick-up trucks destroyed by a NATO airstrike on April 5, 2011 on the outskirts of the east Libya oil port of Brega.