At least 150 people have been killed across Syria on Monday, as President Obama calls movement or use of chemical or biological weapons a "red line" -- The Daraa and Damascus areas face renewed violence. Daraa is where peaceful anti-regime protests started in March 2011.
Calls mount for the Republican candidate to drop out of Missouri Senate race. The chairman of the RNC says he hopes Rep. Akin won't be at the national convention. Akin apologizes: "I never told anybody I was perfect."
A Kansas lawmaker has apologized for an incident that occurred during a congressional trip to Israel where, after a night of partying and drinking, sources say he took off all of his clothes and jumped into the Sea of Galilee, a Christian holy site where, in the Bible, Jesus is said to have walked on water.
The likely GOP presidential nominee said Thursday his records show that "Harry Reid's charge is totally false." The Senate Democratic leader has claimed that Romney paid no taxes for 10 years
Freshman Congressman Tim Huelskamp has a new hat to wear, as a co-chairman of Farmers and Ranchers backing the soon-to-be GOP nominee.
Foreign Minister Ricardo Patino announces WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is holed up in Ecuador's embassy in London. Patino says British authorities have threatened to "assault" the embassy adding, "We are not a British colony."
Prince Philip is being treated for a recurrence of a bladder infection, the palace says. He was hospitalized for several days in June to be examined for the same complaint.
Joe Biden charges that Mitt Romney as President would "let the big banks once again write their own rules," VP Joe Biden said at a campaign stop. "He is going to put y'all back in chains."