CNN's Arwa Damon (@arwacnn) reports on a prisoner of Gadhafi forces who says he escaped a massacre of his fellow captives.
In a CNN exclusive, Dan Rivers finds a horribly scarred family nanny, who recounts being scalded by Gadhafi's daughter-in-law.CNN Exclusive: Luxury, horror lurked in Gadhafi compound
CNN Exclusive: CNN's Nic Robertson has been looking for the man convicted of the 1988 PanAm 103 bombing, Abdel Basset al-Megrahi, and tracked him down today in Libya.
Libya's National Transitional Council announced Sunday it will not extradite Abdel Basset al-Megrahi, the man convicted of the 1988 PanAm 103 bombing. The NTC justice minister Mohammed al-Alagi insisting that "We will not give any Libyan citizen to the West." Megrahi may be the last man alive who knows precisely who in the Libya government authorized that bombing.
Tune into CNN International, CNN/U.S. and CNN.com for Robertson's exclusive report. (@nicrobertsoncnn)
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With minor damage to New York, CNN's weather anchor and severe weather expert Chad Myers explains what prevented the brunt of Irene's strength to hit the city.
CNN anchor and chief national correspondent John King reports from Long Beach, New York where there is significant flooding and isolated power outages. King reports that locals "have never seen it this bad," but most people in the community feel there is much less damage than feared.
Sara Sidner (@sarasidnerCNN) walks through one of Moammar Gadhafi's secret tunnels discovered beneath his Tripoli compound.
CNN Producer Jomana Karadsheh (@jomanaCNN) talks with Anderson Cooper about her experience inside the Rixos, and how she, Matthew Chance (@mchanceCNN) and the other journalists got out together.Journalist won Gadhafi gunman over: 'In the end, we're all human'
Tonight, former CEO of GE Jack Welch, was a guest on "Piers Morgan Tonight" to talk about the person he calls the greatest CEO ever: Steve Jobs. Welch described what made Apple so revolutionary. "Over Steve's whole career, he's defined what being cool is," he said.
FEMA Administrator Craig Fugate tells CNN's Candy Crowley how East Coasters should prepare for Hurricane Irene. A full transcript of the interview is after the jump.