Fairly quiet day from the White House ahead of the VP debate tomorrow night. The First Lady is in Colorado, but nothing major on the President's agenda for the day.. at least publicly.
Governor Romney holds a town hall with NJ Gov Chris Christie in Ohio during our hours. We'll probably dip in to that.
1135EDT -- Attends town hall with NJ Gov Christie at Ariel Corp, Mount Vernon, OH. LIVE
Drip, drip, drip... that's the sound of the Libya story.. with near-daily revelations about the murder of four Americans in Benghazi, what the Obama administration knew, what they told the country, and what happened in the aftermath.
Today, a GOP-led committee will grill government officials on diplomatic security in Libya. The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee has accused the State Department of ignoring pleas for more security in Libya. Several officials will testify including at least two from the State Department. Hearings at Noon.. we will likely take some of the back and forth. Catherine Herridge reporting.
1200EDT -- The House Oversight and Govt Reform Cmte holds hearing on "The Security Failures of Benghazi." Deputy Asst Secy of State for Intl Programs Charlene Lamb, State Dept Regional Security Officer Eric Nordstrom and UT Natl Guard Lt. Col. Andrew Wood testify. LIVE / LIVE STAKEOUT
Supreme Court hears arguments in a case today involving affirmative action. Shannon Bream on it.
More deaths reported in that outbreak of fungal meningitis traced to a bad batch of steroids.. Death toll now reaches 12 in 10 states. Jonathan Serrie reporting.
Toyota announcing another giant recall - this time 7.43 million vehicles in the U.S., Europe and Japan. Faulty power windows.
Turkey now saying the bombs falling from inside Syria had better stop or the Turkish response will get more forceful.
Marine General John Allen and Defense Secretary Leon Panetta are meeting with NATO ministers in Belgium today to discuss the next phase in the war in Afghanistan.
AP is reporting an aide to former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert says Olmert may run against Israeli PM Benjamin Netenyahu. There's been some public battles between the two men recently.
A 4.5 magnitude earthquake rattled nerves in Montreal.