Former U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates said critics of the lack of response to the attack on the Libyan consulate had a "cartoonish" view of the military.
A U.S. Senate panel delayed a hearing on immigration reform to allow senators time to read the bipartisan bill awaiting introduction, an aide said Monday.
Taiwan-born filmmaker Ang Lee admits he faced major hurdles in adapting Yann Martel's fantasy novel "Life of Pi," which ultimately won four Oscars Sunday.
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Adam Lanza killed his mother Friday, then went to the Newtown, Conn., grade school where she taught and killed 26 people, 20 of them children, police said.
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Diplomats say problems in the Czech Republic and Poland make it unlikely they can ratify the Lisbon treaty ahead of October's European Union summit.
On Wednesday officials in Slovenia shocked the European Union with what seemed to be a rather serious accident in the country's only nuclear power plant, but a day later officials were backtracking.
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Following the discovery of a U.S. Navy fighter in Venezuelan airspace, President Hugo Chavez warned that oil prices could reach $500 a barrel were the United States to attack Venezuela.