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Seaweed unleashes chemical war on corals

Seaweed and coral reefs may seem to be happy partners in our planet’s oceans, but an ongoing battle — complete with chemical warfare — appears to be brewing beneath the sea surface.Full story

Rogers and the Obama Doctrine

  Rep. Mike Rogers (R-MI) discusses the President’s Tuesday address and whether or not the Ivory Coast crisis will fall under the “Obama Doctrine” because it’s a humanitarian crisis.

Rep. "very concerned" about al Qaeda in Yemen

  Rep. Mike Rogers, Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, says clearly Al Qaeda is trying to take advantage of the chaos in Yemen and that the U.S. is "very concerned" about it.

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  Libya Latest: Chemical Weapons?

NBC's Richard Engel has the details on concerns that Libya's Colonel Ghaddafi could use chemical weapons.

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