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Republicans such as Richard Lugar and Roscoe Bartlett are questioning the U.S. intervention, but so are Democrats Jim Webb and Dennis Kucinich.
The U.S. and its allies struck back against the forces of Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi after his government failed to observe an immediate ceasefire.
Officials in small British communities are using social media to publicize their services and address local problems. But technology alone won't create change -- volunteerism must flourish too.
Sir Howard Davies has stepped down as director of the London School of Economics amid disclosures about the university's controversial financial links with Libya.
Questioned by a conservative talk-show host, Huckabee said he would "love to know more" about the president's background, but "what I know is troubling enough."
The London School of Economics, where Saif al-Islam Gadhafi earned two degrees, cuts ties with him and suspends a program financed by his charity.
Assange has been fighting extradition since he was arrested on sex charges in December. He has consistently denied the allegations.
Does exposure to extremist views enlighten young people or radicalize them? Divergent responses are shaping policy -- and attitudes -- in Britain.
The Assange and Berlusconi cases hinge on whether each committed a criminal offense. But it's their alleged sexual proclivities that will likely be remembered long after legal verdicts have been rendered.
Obama spoke by phone with world leaders and stressed the U.S. commitment to give the Egyptian people the support they seek 'to pursue a credible and orderly transition to democracy.'
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange returned to British court Tuesday for what was meant to be the second and final day of his extradition hearing. But, the judge has still not rendered a verdict, and the case will resume on Friday.
The Assange hearing continues on Tuesday. If the court decides against him, he can appeal -- a process that could drag on for months.
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