Good evening everyone. It is 5 AM in Libya right now. Day 15 in the battle for the future of that country. A battle that will have ripple effects on us all. Muammar Gadhafi faced reporters today and spun a story of what he says is happening in Libya. It was a story. He says the people love him, his son says everything is peaceful. Tonight you will hear their statements and then you will hear the facts of what is happening. You will hear facts and you will see evidence for yourselves. You will learn the truth from our reporters on the ground and the Libyan people themselves. Trapped in their homes, in many cases, but speaking out....no longer letting fear rule their lives.
EYEWITNESS IN LIBYA SPEAKS OUT, Woman talks about living in fear: Anderson Cooper speaks with a resident of Mişrātah, Libya.
FACE-TO-FACE GADHAFI, Reporter talked with Libyan leader today: Anderson interviewed Marie Colvin, Correspondent for The Sunday Times
Colvin and Cooper were joined by Nic Robertson (in Libya) and Fouad Ajami to further discuss the disconnect between the Gadhafi's and Libya.
NEW PRESSURE PUT ON GADHAFI, Sec. Clinton, U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. blast leader: Jill Dougherty talks of the position the U.S. has taken and what may transpire in the future.
FOLLOW UP DISCUSSION: PRES. OBAMA'S OPTIONS, Weighing the W.H.'s next Libya move: Gen. Wesley Clark and former Deputy Sec. of Defense Paul Wolfowitz
LIBYA AND AL QAEDA Fears that terrorist groups could infiltrate Libya: Robert Baer and Fouad Ajami
IVORY COAST VIOLENCE: A report by Anderson Cooper
360 NEWS & BUSINESS BULLETIN: Isha Sesay
Mediaite is reporting that AC360's ratings have soared since they started covering International news.
And TVNewswer had an interview with Jim Murphy, the newly signed producer of 'Anderson'.
Anderson tweeted shortly after the end of the program: