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"I need to salvage my career," "Innocence of Muslims" actress Cindy Lee Garcia told The Wrap on Thursday,...
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Trailer for the film is still posted on the site and available in other countries
Sam Bacile purports to be a California real-estate developer and an Israeli Jew, but questions are swirling (Updated)
Three others also killed amid anger over "Innocence of Muslims"
The 14-minute video, which features an actor in character as the Prophet Muhammad, touched off anti-American demonstrations in Cairo and Benghazi that left one State Dept official dead
NBC's chief foreign correspondent talks about his new series, which will debut on the iPad -- a product he doesn't own
From the Arab Spring to the Occupy Movement, protesters changed the world, Kurt Andersen writes
What does he think of President Obama's Libya policy? That Libya? There are too many things twirling around in his head
Images thought to be of the former Libyan dictator have proliferated since reports of his death Thursday morning
The emails suggested that Saadi Gadhafi was not under arrest, as rebel leaders had said on Sunday
EXCLUSIVE: Tadek Markowski talked with TheWrap about scrounging for food and watching "Point Break" on a laptop while captive at the Rixos Hotel
After being holed up for five days, scores of foreign journalists were permitted to leave the Tripoli hotel
CNN war correspondent Sara Sidner should make us all grateful that some will go where we would never want to
The Atlantic's Clare Morgana Gillis, three others are released in Tripoli
Social network sites play big role in spreading news and condolences after Tim Hetherington dies in Libya
The area where the Oscar-winning "Restrepo" director and photographer were killed Wednesday had already claimed the lives to two other journalists, while scores of others had been hurt or apprehended there
Clare Morgana Gillis tells parents she is being held in women's civilian jail in Tripoli
Award-winning filmmaker and "Vanity Fair" contributor dies while covering a rebel uprising in Misrata
Atlantic freelancer, others thought to be jailed in Tripoli; State Dept. admits efforts to free them are "limited"
Clare Morgana Gillis, others detained last week seen at detention center in Tripoli
Clare Morgana Gillis, others detained by pro-Qaddafi forces on Tuesday; U.S. State Dept. working for their release, magazine says
Stephen Farrell, Anthony Shadid, Tyler Hicks and Lynsey Addario to appear on "AC 360"
Sure, stabilizing tumultuous areas in the world is important -- but how will Kirstie Alley do?
All the major networks will air the speech live at 7:30 p.m. ET
Exclusive: Networks are bleeding millions reporting on everything from the uprising in Libya to Japan's nuclear meltdown
"The Daily Show" anchor also mocks Nancy Grace on his "When Reporters Attack" segment
But Jennifer Griffin reiterates: journalists are being used as "human shields" by Libyan government
Big-budget zombie movie gets so lost in its global scale that it doesn't give us a flesh-and-blood hero who makes it all matter, despite Brad Pitt's best efforts