From street sweepers to Foreign Ministry guards, Iraqis say their countrymen are falling short of their duty to protect them.
Reports of widespread irregularities are pouring in as Western officials scramble to lower expectations ahead of Thursday's presidential vote.
A decision on whether the apparently ill terrorist should be released or transferred is expected soon. The Libyan was given a life sentence for the 1988 bombing of Pan Am Flight 103.
The two met at the White House Tuesday. Obama sees Egypt as potentially a helpful player in moving the Middle East peace process forward.
Officials say Washington did not notify Beijing before quietly dispatching an amphibious ship and aircraft to provide humanitarian aid.
Gun-carrying protesters this week were far removed from the president. But the trend could require the Secret Service to change how Obama operates.
New laws are allowing more Americans to carry guns in public. But are gun-carrying protesters going too far?
Lack of medical care is the main problem in 104 deaths. Agencies and Obama promise change, but not fast enough for immigrant advocates.