The Arab League, Iraq and Stopping Violence in Syria

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Iraq may still be at risk of coming apart, but it's hosting this week's Arab League for the first time since the era of Saddam Hussein. Is the League more important in the aftermath of the so-called "Arab Spring?" Can it reach a consensus on how to prevent more civilian bloodshed in Syria? Also, the Supreme Court begins a third day of healthcare hearings, and Magic Johnson helps end a long nightmare for fans of the LA Dodgers.

Banner image: Iraqi prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki (C) leaves after attending the Arab economy, finance and trade ministers meeting as part of Arab League Summit on March 27, 2012 in Baghdad, Iraq. Photo by Ali Haider-Pool/Getty Images