A rare magnitude 5.8 earthquake hit Virginia this afternoon and could be felt from the Carolinas to New England. We'll have the latest developments. Plus, opposition fighters storm Moammar Gadhafi's compound in Tripoli. CNN's Sara Sinder was there as it unfolded. We'll talk with her and our other reporters in Libya's capital. NATO says this is the "final chapter" of the Gahdafi regime. It's unclear where the Libyan leader is tonight. We'll have all the angles.
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