Twelve women challenging their societies to change the status quo.
The Green Book is gone, but what will replace it?
A tour of textbooks in Libya -- from the musings of the dictator's Green Book to the "democracy pamphlets" that have replaced it.
Muammar al-Qaddafi may be history in Libya, but in this remote African kingdom he reigns supreme.
How a blunt diplomatic tool morphed into the precision-guided measures we know today.
Can this tiny, rich emirate really solve the Middle East's thorniest political conflicts?
We’re not in Kansas anymore, and there is no yellow brick road to guide us to salvation.
The Pulitzer committee gives a nod to the best chroniclers of the revolutions.
An African success story is in trouble. Is the West's intervention in Libya to blame?
Syria’s opposition faces an uphill battle in its efforts to win backing from U.S. policymakers.
The award-winning photography of the photojournalist killed in Syria.
In post-Gaddafi Libya, the dream of a stable central government is fading. Militias are filling the gap.
It's neither perfect nor pretty, but the Arab Spring proves that neoconservatives were right all along.
In this year of protests, is it really fair to compare the grievances of the Occupy movement to the courage of the Arab Spring?
What should America do about the Arab Spring? Not much.
From Tunisia to Tahrir Square, the pictures that defined a movement.
The new Libya has a chance to wipe the slate clean -- or descend into regional bickering.
How the uprising turned young Libyan men from hopeless layabouts into marriageable heroes.
From flawed beginning to bloody end, the NATO intervention in Libya made a mockery of international law.
The never-before-seen photographs in the Qaddafi Files offer an unprecedented look into the long saga of the Libyan leader. I should know; I've been waiting and watching my entire professional life.
Exclusive: Rare photographs of the young colonel and the ruler he overthrew.
From the Qaddafi files, a series of never-before-seen photographs appears to show a weapons smuggling operation. Help us identify the individuals involved.
Three Libyans try to make sense of their country after Qaddafi.
If cyberwar is such a threat, why is the Pentagon doing so little to prepare for it?