Sidestepping the "thin red line."
Former Pittsburgh political science professor Mahmoud Jibril is ahead.
Meanwhile, Tahir Square has filled with protesters.
The first leader ousted by Arab Spring receives a harsh sentence.
A group of air force officers and civilians have grounded all flights.
Believe it or not, this is quite a breakthrough.
Instead, it's a sculpture of a dove.
Tahrir Square was filled for a fifth straight day.
The magazine's annual award goes to no one in particular.
Not even the other activists want to be associated with this young woman.
But do we believe him?
More than 100,000 protest near government buildings.
The Libyan leader says he's still in the country and vows to keep fighting.
Libyan rebels got "fed up" with their college student companion.
Chris Jeon, 21, just "thought it would be cool" to see a revolution.
Rebels "laughed out loud" at the thought.
Loyalist forces have until Saturday to surrender. Or else.
The online protest was a bit misguided.
U.S. officials claim the talks are "not the start of negotiations."