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In the early morning hours of March 3, 1991, construction worker Rodney King and two companions were pulled over after a high-speed chase in Los Angeles. King’s friends were arrested without incident, but the violent confrontation between King and the officers on the scene made national headlines, and ignited racial tensions in the city – and the nation.
CNN anchor Don Lemon retraces the events of that morning, and the riots that divided Los Angeles and the nation in Race and Rage – The Beating of Rodney King, debuts Friday, March 4 at 8:00p.m. ET and PT on CNN/U.S. It replays on Saturday, March 5 at 8:00p.m. ET and PT. FULL POST
The Pentagon investigates whistle-blower Army Lt. Col. Michael Holmes accusations of instructions to manipulate American lawmakers visiting Afghanistan.
Nic Robertson (@nicrobertsoncnn) receives mixed messages on a government-escorted tour of a town outside Tripoli, Libya.
Anderson Cooper (@andersoncooper) reports on the latest statements from Moammar Gadhafi and one of his sons.
Highlights from State of the Union with Candy Crowley on Sunday, Feb. 27, including links to the Political Ticker, CNNMoney.com and embeddable video from the program, are after the jump.
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(CNN) – Two leading U.S. senators were both critical Sunday of President Barack Obama's delay in speaking out over the uprising in Libya.
Sen. John McCain of Arizona, the ranking Republican on the Senate Armed Services Committee, said Obama should "stand up for democracy" and noted that the British prime minister and French president were not hesitant to address the crisis.CNN Political Ticker: Senators criticize Obama over Libya