The soccer-playing son has never been especially violent -- for a Qaddafi, anyway
Operating with at least tacit support from the regime, the Syrian Electronic Army uses DDoS attacks, phishing scams, and other tricks to fight opposition activists where they're strongest -- online
Khamis Qaddafi, leader of the feared Khamis Brigade, is leaving a trail of death and rumor across Libya
Video of Mohammed Qaddafi's diplomatic passport reveals a surprising spelling
Walter Fauntroy may still be held in the Rixos Hotel, where Western journalists spent nearly a week until their escape on Wednesday
There's no telling what his plans are, but some information suggests he may be hiding in the journalist-filled Rixos Hotel
Mitt Romney thinks so, but it would carry significant risks at a sensitive time in U.S.-Libya relations
The eldest Qaddafi son started to apologize -- until his call was lost amid gunfire
Video from Tahrir Square shows security forces greeted by cheers and kisses
Onlookers cheered the riot police, grateful to see the center of the anti-government movement reopened
Al-Nahda's political campaign has Western observers and Tunisian liberals worried, but the Islamist group could help heal a rift that has troubled Tunisia since its independence
Egyptians aren't much more excited about the group than Fox News is
When an American journalist and a cadre of aid workers in Haiti set out to tell a horrible story, they thought they were on the same side. But it didn't turn out that way.
The half-brother of President Hamid Karzai seemed to embody many of the war's contradictions
The cartoon shows a woman stabbed for, among other crimes, using a telephone. How much has Saudi Arabia changed?
The U.S. is joined by the world's most failing and most autocratic states, the Middle East, and an odd handful of fellow outliers