Would President Hillary Clinton have waited weeks to come to the aid of Libya's freedom fighters?
Bernard-Henri Levy, the French author and philosopher, played a key role in convincing French President Nicolas Sarkozy to recognize the Libyan rebels' transitional government and establish the no-fly zone. Here he discusses the mission in Libya and the importance of ousting Qaddafi.
The Arab world is largely supportive of Libya's rebels and a no-fly zone to protect them, but is unsure how it feels about Western intervention on their behalf.
John Galliano was fired on Tuesday by Christian Dior after he made anti-Semitic statements. The 'John Galliano' presentation will still take place on Sunday.
John Galliano appears at the end of the Christian Dior fall-winter 2007/2008 ready-to-wear collection in Paris in 2007. Christian Dior fired Mr. Galliano as its creative director on March 3 after an online video emerged that showed him praising Adolf Hitler, and an alleged anti-Semitic incident in a Paris cafe.
China's currency manipulation aggravates US politicians, but it could also upend its own economic gains. By keeping the yuan artificially low, China increases inflation to dire levels. Instead of whining about the policy, the US must emphasize this dangerous tradeoff to China.
While Qaddafi is trying to retake cities held by the opposition, the stunning shift in mood in 'liberated' Libya has unleashed a new sense of freedom – and the courage to defend it.
Rep. Paul Broun (R) of Georgia, who has called Obama a socialist, didn't immediately condemn a question asked at a town hall meeting: 'Who is going to shoot Obama?' Do politicians have a duty to denounce such talk?
George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton will oversee the National Institute for Civil Discourse in Arizona, sparked by the shooting of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords. But history shows it faces an uphill battle.