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The home page leads on Wednesday with more news from Libya, where rebels were working to consolidate control of Tripoli in spite of the fact that former ruler Colonel Muammar Qaddafi was still at large. But it was a heavy news day on Tuesday, so a story on the sudden fame of East Coast earthquake epicenter Mineral, Virginia, and one on the end of the Dominique Strauss-Kahn saga also jockeyed for prominent position. Our top pic for the day: The hunger-inducing report on the Zac Brown band, which travels with its own barbecue chef for the fans.
World: Amid the flood of reports coming in from Tripoli, a particularly thoughtful bit of analysis points out how difficult it is for Libyan people to get accurate information from either the last shards of government loyalists or the rebels now taking control of Tripoli. And you shouldn't miss the Miácora Journal, which follows an American man's quest to find the Colombian site of the plane crash that killed his Peace Corps brother 50 years ago.