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In the first interview since his failed 2012 bid for the presidency, former GOP nominee Mitt Romney, with his wife, Ann, admits he made some errors, but vows to remain a force in politics.
Secretary of State John Kerry meets with Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi over security concerns in the Middle East, US officials say, including peace with Israel and weapons smuggling.
Moktar Belmoktar, the mastermind behind the attack on a natural gas plant in Algeria that left 36 foreigners dead and one of the world’s most wanted terrorists, has been killed in Mali, according to Chad’s military chief.
Al Qaeda has established a mountain stronghold in Mali, launching attacks and then melting into the rugged hills, which they vow will become an Afghanistan-style quagmire for Western militaries, experts say.
State Department issues environmental review of controversial oil pipeline, seen here in North Dakota, and offers no major objection to project, saying the pipeline may be a better alternative to move oil from Canada to the Gulf Coast than other options.
Obama signs order authorizing sweeping set of across-the-board spending cuts, which will add up to $ 85B this year and slice into the military and other federal programs.