CIA sends teams to Libya; US mulls aid for rebels
The CIA has sent small teams of effectives into Libya and helped save a crew member of a U.S. warrior jet that not working and the White House said Wednesday it was charging "all types of support" for rebels battling Moammar Gadhafi's troops.

Combat zone setbacks are hardening the U.S. view that the poorly prepared opposition in all probability is incapable of established without critical Western intervention, a senior U.S. astuteness official told The Associated Press.

Lawmakers, in private briefings with top Obama supervision officials, asked tough questions about the cost of the military operation and uttered apprehension about the makeup of the rebels.

Members of upper house quoted officials as saying the U.S. military role would be limited and heard President Barack Obama's director of national intelligence compares the rebel forces to a "pick-up basketball team."

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