The United States wants to give Libya its money back.The U.S. froze some $30 billion worth of the country's assets after leader Moammar Gadhafi launched a harsh crackdown on his opponents earlier this year. With Gadhafi's rule now near or at its end, U.S.
Fierce street fighting in Tripoli on Tuesday undercut hopes of a quick rebel victory in the Libyan capital as Moammar Gadhafi's son turned up free despite reports of his capture and taunted the opposition.Seif al-Islam, the Libyan leader's heir apparent, made a surprise appearance early Tuesday morn
Libyan rebels have claimed control of most of the capital Tripoli, but big questions remain about the future of the country and the fate its longtime leader Moammar Gadhafi.The whereabouts of Gadhafi, as of Monday, remained unknown.David Mack is a former U.S.
Heavy two-way gunfire and mortar rounds have been heard in Tripoli, as rebels inch closer to the Libyan capital from the western mountains.In the west, rebels control the road leading to the border with Tunisia. To the east, they control Misrata and Zlitan.