"Daddy, what is blowback?"
Apparently, there is nothing so permanent as a temporary US war
Reality Check: Does Libya Attacks Change U.S. Foreign Policy Moving Forward?
The killings of the US ambassador to Libya and three of his staff were likely to have been the result of a serious and continuing security breach, The Independent can reveal.
Mainstream media continues to mock this “Great American” but he is wise beyond his years.
America 'was warned of embassy attack but did nothing'
American officials have said that the Pentagon is sending two warships toward the coast of Libya, the Associated Press reports.
Who's tracking what's going on Libya right now? I'd be willing to bet, if you ARE... you have not seen this yet. Check it out.
President Barack Obama branded the killing of the U.S. ambassador to Libya and three other Americans an "outrageous attack" on Wednesday and vowed to track down the perpetrators, while ordering a tightening of diplomatic security worldwide.
It's possible some of the same rebel militias the US helped oust Gadhafi have now turned their sights on the US presence in Libya
Libyan protestors stormed the U.S. consulate in Benghazi yesterday, destroying the compound and killing four — including the U.S. ambassador to Libya, Christopher Stevens.
A gruesome new video which appears to show Muammar Gaddafi’s dead body being abused by rebels has surfaced online.
Libyans came out to vote in force this weekend, despite considerable violence in the lead-up to the election which included the destruction of a campaigning helicopter and attacks on several polling locations.
All candidates are neo-imperial candidates - Wall Street proxy Jibril of "National Forces Alliance" presumed winner.
Libyans have voted in the country’s first elections since ousting Muammar Gaddafi.
Tribal warfare continues for the fifth day straight in Libya, with 47 killed in the last three days alone and over 100 reportedly wounded.
Tunisia extradited deposed Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi's former prime minister on Sunday, making him the first senior official to be returned for trial under Libya's transitional leadership.
On June 15 the news agency of the U.S. Defense Department, American Forces Press Service, ran a story on commander of U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM) Army General Carter Ham's testimony before the House Armed Services Committee four months before in wh
Libyan authorities have sent troops to the west of the country to quell clashes between rival militias as divisions continue to rock post-Gaddafi Libya. The area has been declared a “military zone.”
Libyan violence out of control
Several prisoners likely were tortured to death at a detention center in Libya under government control, the United Nations said on Thursday as it urged the country to make stamping out such practices a top priority. Libya's Justice Ministry has c
Violence rages in Libya
Ukraine has said it is doing all it can to secure the extradition from Libya of 19 of its citizens accused of being pro-Gaddafi mercenaries.
Death Toll Continues to Rise in Clashes
Libya's current politics offer two lessons -- ones we really shouldn't have to learn yet again.
Libya's interim government says a ceasefire has been reached in a six-day conflict between two tribes that has claimed some 150 lives in the southern city of Sabha.
Colonel Muammar Gaddafi was wanted dead so his secrets would die with him.
UNITED NATIONS: Russia on Monday called for an investigation into the "massive bombings" by NATO during last year's Libya conflict.