By The Associated Press
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Tuesday:
1. ROMNEY: I SPOKE TOO HASTILY
GOP candidate says his comment on video clip that nearly half of Americans consider themselves victims was "not elegantly stated" and
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) - John Dillinger and Al Capone are among the criminals featured in an exhibit on northern Indiana crimes at South Bend's Center For History.
The center's director of school programs, Travis Childs, tells the South Bend Tribune (http://bit.ly/Qx9ZX8 ) the 1920s and
By GILLIAN FLACCUSAssociated Press
CERRITOS, Calif. (AP) - While the man behind an anti-Islam movie that ignited violence across the Middle East would likely face swift punishment in his native Egypt for making the film, in America the government is in the thorny position of protecting his free
JOHANNESBURG (AP) - The International Affairs Ministry says eight South African citizens were killed in a suicide bomb blast in Afghanistan.
Spokesman Nelson Kgwete told The Associated Press that the victims are believed to have been employed by a South African aviation company based at Rand
By DAN JOLINGAssociated Press
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) - Safety equipment that Shell Oil volunteered to put into place for drilling off the coast of Alaska is complicating the company's quest to reach oil-bearing rock during the short open-water drilling season this year.
Royal Dutch Shell
By RACHEL D'OROAssociated Press
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) - It's not much - $878 - but Sina Takafua isn't balking at her first annual payout from Alaska's oil savings account.
"I'm just happy. It's free money," she said of the amount she'll receive just for living in
By KEN THOMASAssociated Press
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - Republican Mitt Romney said Tuesday that Democratic President Barack Obama believes government should "take from some to give to the others" as he defended telling wealthy donors that half of Americans believe they are "victims" who are
By GREGORY KATZ and THOMAS ADAMSONAssociated Press
LONDON (AP) - Prince William and Kate Middleton's aggressive legal strategy over topless photos of Britain's likely future queen is the first salvo in what could be a decades-long tug-of-war over their family's privacy.
A French court
By ROBERT BURNSAP National Security Writer
WASHINGTON (AP) - The end game in Afghanistan is off to a shaky start.
Just as the last U.S. "surge" troops leave the country, trouble is breaking out in ways that go to the core of the strategy for winding down the U.S. and allied
By The Associated Press
Delegates representing Chicago's teachers are scheduled to vote Tuesday on whether to end a strike after reviewing a proposed contract settlement that includes revised job security measures and revamped teacher evaluations. A breakdown of the issues on the table: