Melissa Block talks with Jack Farchy of the Financial Times about the challenge of shipping huge amounts of gold overseas. Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez has announced he wants all the country's holdings in gold physically moved to Venezuela. The logistics are tricky — but even trickier is the issue of insurance.
Robert Siegel talks with Jackson Diehl, deputy editorial page editor and columnist at The Washington Post. He looks at what's happened to other autocrats of the past who've fallen from power — and what that tells us about might happen to Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi.
After easy advance into the Libya capital of Tripoli Sunday, rebels are encountering resistance inside the city, especially around the barracks that are Moammar Gadhafi's official residential compound.