pace of U.S. and allied airstrikes in Libya should slow in the next few
days, Defense Secretary Robert Gates said Tuesday. Nathan Hodge has
details from Washington. Plus, Sam Dagher in Tripoli on how people there
are reacting to the air strikes.
A coalition of military powers pounded the
Gadhafi government's military installations for a fourth day and
solidified its control over Libya's skies—even as it continued to
struggle to resolve an internal conflict over how to lead the campaign.
President Barack Obama called French President Nicolas Sarkozy and
British Prime Minister David Cameron to hash out the dispute over how to
organize international enforcement of the no-fly zone, as he and top
U.S. officials called on other leaders to contribute forces to the