A bipartisan pair of high-powered Senators is trying to force Congress to vote on whether or not the U.S. should be engaged with Libya, while the House reviews a dueling resolutions.

FOX's Chad Pergram reports from Capitol Hill...

The two resolutions posted Tuesday night in the House include one that mirrors the McCain/Kerry language, while the other recalls U.S. forces except "for forces engaged in non-hostile actions such as search & rescue, aerial re-fueling, operational planning, intelligence/surveillance/reconnaissance, and non-combat missions."

What do Libyans think about NATO airstrikes and, more specifically, the United States?

FOX News Radio's Courtney Kealy is in the de-facto rebel capital of Benghazi...