After anti-government unrest spread to the Libyan capital and protesters
seized military bases and weapons Sunday, Moammar Gadhafi's son went on
state television to proclaim that his father remained in charge with
the army's backing and would "fight until the last man, the last woman,
the last bullet."
Despite more than $310 million in earnings since his death,
Michael Jackson's lavish spending habits still haunt his legacy and have
required lawyers to create new deals and restructure old debts, court
Talks are under way between the Obama administration and top Egyptian
officials on the possible immediate resignation of President Hosni
Mubarak and the formation of a military-backed caretaker government that
could prepare the country for free and fair elections later this year,
U.S. officials say.
President Barack Obama's selection of this Southern city for the 2012
Democratic convention signals he will try to reassemble his diverse
coalition of 2008 supporters and fight for the conservative-leaning
states that helped him win the White House.
President Barack Obama is promoting business innovation as a building
block to more jobs, part of a retooled economic message that aims to
highlight advances in the private sector over expensive government
President Barack Obama issued a plea for restraint in Egypt after
meeting with national security aides Saturday to assess the Cairo
government's response to widespread protests threatening the stability
of the country.