The Washington Post Today'sHighlights: Clashes spread closer to Tripoli; U.S. consults allies on Libya options.



TODAY'S HIGHLIGHTS

Clashes spread closer to Tripoli; U.S. consults allies on Libya options
Moammar Gaddafi's son denied Thursday that Libya killed large numbers of protesters through airstrikes and other attacks, while a top Gaddafi aide said he had left the government to protest its violent crackdown.
(By Leila Fadel, Liz Sly and Howard Schneider, The Washington Post)

Fate of Gaddafi inner circle also at stake
(By Craig Whitlock, The Washington Post)

FBI: Saudi student bought materials for bomb, considered Bush home as target
(By Peter Finn, The Washington Post)

Back home, GOP freshmen find fiscal responsibility can be tricky business
(By Shailagh Murray, The Washington Post)

Virginia assembly says abortion clinics should be regulated as hospitals
(By Rosalind S. Helderman, The Washington Post)

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