by Gregory Korte, USA TODAY by Gregory Korte, USA TODAY LEXINGTON, Va. -- Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney attacked President Obama on Monday for being too passive on the world stage and ceding American leadership to others.
By Jeremy Roebuck and Jeff Gammage, Philadelphia Inquirer BELLEFONTE, Pa. - Defiant and unrepentant, Jerry Sandusky accused his victims of lodging "false allegations" against him in a taped jailhouse statement aired by a local radio station one day ...
In a dispatch sent the day he was killed, Ambassador Christopher Stevens described how the militias keeping the peace in Benghazi threatened to quit over a political feud.
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President Obama on Monday officially dedicated the Cesar E. Chavez National Monument in the Central Valley where the farmworker labor movement took place.
By JOSÉ DE CÓRDOBA And SARA SCHAEFER MUÑOZ Rodrigo Abd/AP A mural depicting Mr. Chávez in Caracas on Monday. The president called Sunday's election 'a perfect democratic battle,' but critics say his control of petrodollars let him sway voters.