The Internet loves Charlie Sheen's rant.
Gunfire erupted in at least three neighborhoods of the Libyan capital of Tripoli after prayers finished Friday, as opponents of Moammar Gaddafi tried to revive their protests against his regime in spite of a massive security clampdown
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Libya state television showed pro-Gaddafi demonstrators dancing in the streets of the capital with posters of the besieged leader. As they danced a song played "We are a family and this is our father," referring to Gaddafi.
A Tripoli resident described the situation at the Air Base in Libya Friday to our correspondent Janine Zacharia via Skype instant messenger. Here's what the resident, who was waiting for an evacuation flight for his/her children, had to say:
On George Harrison's birthday, some music.
The secret messages at the heart of Charlie Sheen's rant.
A Republican congressman sidesteps an inflammatory question.
Motown invades the White House.
Colbert explains Anonymous and the HBGary attack.
A roundup of prank phone calls to Scott Walker, Sarah Palin and C-SPAN.
The Discovery is set to launch at 4:50 p.m.
Anonymous hacks Westboro Church.
A Tunisian man places flowers near what has been renamed Mohamed Bouazizi Martyr Street, in recognition of Mohamed Bouazizi, a Tunisian street vendor who set himself on fire Dec.17, which in part sparked the Tunisian revolution. (Fethi Belad/AFP) The main...
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Tiny Desk Concerts is music at its most intimate.
Facebook breakup notifier loses its Facebook rights.
Twitter reacts to the Obama administration decision to stop defending the Defense of Marriage Act.
Photographs of the New Zealand earthquake.
Discovery is set to launch Thursday.
Dancing books makes my day brighter.
Voices on the Internet.
Protests spread to other parts of Africa.
Thom Yorke wants to get married.
How do you spell Gaddafi?
Gaddafi has a history of scandal.
Somali pirates's violence seen as a turn for the worst.
Libya reports get out, despite Internet clampdown.
Animal Beatbox sets the animal kingdom to music.