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Steve ChapmanOne lamentable characteristic of many people in Washington and the foreign policy establishment is an impulse to send American warplanes, aircraft carriers or Marines anytime anything bad happens in the world. One of those is Sen. John McCain, R.-Ariz.,...
WGN NewsMORNING NEWS POLL: Do you think it`s okay for College and University students to use a website to 'hook up' with other classmates? Yes: 59% No: 41% MIDDAY NEWS POLL: After hearing President Obama's speech, do you believe the U.S. was right to carry out...
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WGN NewsMORNING NEWS POLL: Do you think March Madness teams should be disqualified because of poor academic performance? Yes: 89% No: 11% MIDDAY NEWS POLL: Do you agree with the Security Council's decision to impose a no-fly zone in Libya? Yes: 72% No: 28%...
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WGN NewsMORNING NEWS POLL: Do you support U.S. military involvement to enforce a no-fly zone over Libya? Yes: 34% No: 66% MIDDAY NEWS POLL: Do you plan to follow the new recommendations keeping kids in a rear-facing car seat until they are 2 years old? Yes:...
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Special to CNNAs embattled dictator Moammar Gadhafi's forces advance into rebel-held territory, the international community has decided not to protect the Libyan people. The protesters, who never took up arms until the government attacked them, face the prospect of...
Tags: Democracy, Muammar Gaddafi, Terrorism, Benghazi, Libya
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterIn his remarks to the nation Monday, President Obama needed to navigate a narrow, thorny path in explaining the United States' involvement in Libya's internal strife. He had to persuade a somewhat skeptical American public that intervention was in the...
Wait a minute. How did this happen? A month or so ago, massive bombing of Libya was on no one's agenda. Libya's government was just as tyrannical and its leader was just as loony then as now. Other governments around the world were even worse, and still...
ReutersLibya's ramshackle rebel army pushed west on Sunday to retake a series of towns from the forces of Muammar Gaddafi as they pulled back under pressure from Western air strikes. Emboldened by the capture of the strategic town of Ajdabiyah with the help...
Tags: Tripoli (Libya), Muammar Gaddafi, News Media, NATO, Robert Gates
Los Angeles TimesBarack Obama entered the White House as a reluctant warrior, a dovish Democrat who espoused his principles at a 2002 antiwar rally: "What I am opposed to is … a dumb war. What I am opposed to is a rash war. … A war based not on reason, but on passion."...
ReutersWestern forces pounded Libya's air defenses and patrolled its skies on Sunday, but their day-old intervention hit a serious diplomatic setback as the Arab League chief condemned the "bombardment of civilians." As European and U.S. forces unleashed...
One of the main problems with the Obama administration's policy on Libya has been its confusing incoherence. Americans have been given contradictory signals about what is at stake and what President Barack Obama is prepared to do. Defense Secretary...
For the Obama administration, the crisis in Libya represents more of a risk than an opportunity. Moammar Gadhafi has always been a tyrant, but in recent years he has given up his nuclear program and stopped sponsoring terrorism, defusing threats to our...
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