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What's next for Libya? Questions after Gaddafi's death

What Muammar Gaddafi’s death means to Libya and the rest of the world will take months, if not years, to sort out. There are big questions around leadership, politics, weapons, and wealth. We believe following the money is paramount because money always leads to power.... Read more»

Comic: Iraq war

Declaring victory, and ...

President Obama has announced that U.S. troops will leave Iraq by the end of the year.... Read more»

Obama announces Iraq pullout

President Barack Obama announced Friday that the U.S. will withdraw all of its troops from Iraq by the end of the year, saying “Our troops in Iraq will definitely be home for the holidays.” Sen. McCain blasted the decision, calling it a “harmful and sad setback,” while Rep. Grijalva hailed it. (with video)... Read more»1

Celebration tempered by questions about Gaddafi's death

The streets of Libya erupted in celebration as the nation celebrated the death of Col. Muammar Gaddafi, who ruled the country for 42 years through fear and capital punishment.... Read more»

Gaddafi's capture: Exclusive video shows moment Libyan dictator found

Updated with commentary: In this exclusive footage obtained on the scene by Tracey Shelton of GlobalPost, Col. Muammar Gaddafi is caught by fighters for the new Libyan government. (Warning: Extremely graphic footage)... Read more»

Gaddafi dead: Exclusive video captures last moments

The capture of Col. Muammar Gaddafi, found cowering in a stormwater drain, marked a sudden and surprising end to the Libyan revolution on Thursday. In video footage captured on the mobile phone of 21-year-old Ali Algadi, Gaddafi is seen being dragged from his hiding place, bloodied and dazed. (Warning: graphic footage)... Read more»

Phoenix soldier killed in Aghanistan

A Phoenix soldier died in Afghanistan on Friday from wounds he suffered in an insurgent attack on his unit while on patrol in the eastern Khowst Province.... Read more»

Libya

Gaddafi dead, eyewitness recounts final moments

Imad Moustaf, a rebel fighter, said he witnessed the capture and killing of toppled Libya leader Muammar Gaddafi Thursday in Sirte, the ruler’s hometown. Libya’s prime minister has confirmed that Gaddafi is dead. (with videos)... Read more»1

Gaddafi captured, killed in Sirte - world reactions

Reports say Libya’s former leader, Muammar Gaddafi, was captured and killed in Sirte on Thursday. Here are the top reactions from around the world.... Read more»

Gaddafi reported dead

Muammar Gaddafi is dead after being seriously wounded in his capture Thursday near Sirte, Libya, according to GlobalPost sources in Sirte and officials with the Libyan National Transitional Council (NTC).... Read more»

Supreme Court will rule on Stolen Valor Act

The Supreme Court will rule on whether the Stolen Valor Act is unconstitutional. The law makes lying about receiving a Medal of Honor, a Silver Star, Purple Heart or other military medal a federal crime.... Read more»3

N. Korea, U.S. to hold nuclear talks

Stalled six-nation talks to discuss North Korea’s nuclear disarmament will reportedly resume next week in Geneva, according to a South Korean news report.... Read more»

Luke Weathers

Tuskegee airman, WWII hero, dies in Tucson

A member of World War II’s storied Tuskegee Airmen died at age 90 in Tucson on Saturday. Lt. Col. Luke Weathers Jr., one of the Army Air Force’s pioneering group of black fighter pilots, will be buried with full honors in Arlington National Cemetery.... Read more»2

Obama: Man in plot had 'direct link' to Iranian gov't

President Barack Obama said Thursday that the Iranian-American charged in a plot to murder the Saudi ambassador to the United States “had direct links, was paid by, and directed by individuals in the Iranian government,” The New York Times reports.... Read more»

Analysis

Assassination plot doesn't fit past Iranian behavior

The alleged Iranian plot to use Mexican cartel gunmen to assassinate the Saudi ambassador in Washington is one of the strangest, most serious terrorism cases to surface in years, a mix of seemingly credible evidence and unlikely scenarios that departs dramatically from Iran’s past record of global terrorist activity.... Read more»

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