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Ala. fishing captain back on the water

Many coastal businesses are still suffering from lost tourist dollars, and officials say condominium and hotel reservations are still down about 20 percent for the summer compared with pre-spill years. Full story

Patients in Libyan city dying without drugs: rebel

Sick people trapped in the western Libyan city of Misrata are dying because of shortages of vital medicines, an aid official sending supplies from the rebel-held east said Tuesday. Full story

Jumping shark lands on boat in Texas

  Fishermen in Texas display a 375-pound shark that jumped onto the back of their fishing boat. Jason Kresse talks with TODAY.com's Dara Brown about his poleless, 8-foot-long catch.

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