Is There a Case for Military Intervention in Libya?

Hosted by

Moammar Gadhafi appears to have staved off the rebel onslaught, at least for the moment. With Libya divided, is it time for international intervention. What are the risks for the US to lead the way? What are the risks of inaction? Also, gas prices jump 33 cents in two weeks, and a hearing on Muslim Americans and terrorism. On Reporter's Notebook, a congressman who supported the Irish Republican Army's violent attacks in Britain will chair hearings on "the extent of the radicalization" of American Muslims. We hear about New York Republican Peter King.

Banner image: Libyan rebel fighters stand ready with anti-aircraft weapons at a checkpoint on the outskirts of Ras Lanuf on March 6, 2011. Photo: Marco Longari/AFP/Getty Images