Insensitive and out of touch? Or simply speaking the cold hard truth? Voters in the states still up for grabs have different opinions on the impact of Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney's controversial '47 percent' comment.
Baton Rouge police have arrested a man who is allegedly responsible for the bomb threat which lead to the evacuation of the entire LSU campus earlier this week. The man has no apparent connection to LSU.
A 471-page report was released following a 19-month review by the U.S. Justice Department's inspector general into 'Operation Fast and Furious,' which allowed about 2,000 potentially illegal firearms to cross the border into Mexico.
Karen King, a Harvard Divinity School professor, says that in the papyrus text Jesus refers to "my wife," whom he identifies as Mary. King said that in the dialogue the disciples discuss whether Mary is worthy and Jesus says "she can be my disciple."
Following the release of a video from one of presidential candidate Mitt Romney's fundraisers, some commentators question his campaign strategy, while others defend him. Polls show the presidential race is still close.
Not long after the video surfaced Monday, a tired-looking Romney held a hastily called late-night news conference and conceded his 'off the cuff' remarks were not 'elegantly stated.' The Romney campaign has not disputed the video's authenticity.
Mitt Romney says his remarks were not "elegantly stated' at a fundraiser in Boca Raton, Fla. In the secretly shot video released by Mother Jones, Romney says 47 percent of the people will vote for Obama "no matter what ... who believe that they are victims.'
Louisiana State University's entire campus was evacuated after a bomb threat was called in Monday morning. By evening students were able to return to their dorms after bomb-sniffer dogs had swept the area.
Battle of Antietam anniversary will be commemorated on Monday near Washington, D.C. The Battle of Antietam anniversary will remember over 23,000 soldiers from both the Union and Confederate armies who were killed, wounded, or reported missing.