- The Wisconsin Senate orders the arrest of 14 absent Democratic lawmakers.
- Protesters in the Wisconsin capitol will no longer stay overnight.
- Legislators in Utah and other states flirt with alternative currencies.
- The Missouri House passes new restrictions on funeral protests.
- Accused cablegate leaker Bradley Manning is left naked for seven hours.
- Qaddafi pal Hugo Chavez offers to mediate the Libyan civil war; Libya's rebels say no.
- The Chinese government tells reporters they can lose their visas for covering protests.
- Barack Obama stays out of the NFL's labor dispute.
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