A U.N special envoy says fighting is so entrenched in Syria that it could face 'Somalization'.
An explosive-filled car was detonated near an Army base in Baghdad today, just as would-be recruits gathered outside. The explosion killed at least 26 people, reports The New York Times. Reuters puts the death toll at 31.
Reuters reports that this is "one of the worst attacks this year on [Iraq's] military."
The wire service adds:
The Republican presidential nominee Gov. Mitt Romney and his wife Ann cast their ballots near their home in Belmont, Mass. this morning.
Garrett Jackson, Romney's assistant, has been keeping a close record on Twitter of Romney's Election Day movements.
Originally published on Tue November 6, 2012 11:03 am
There is no good news for New Jersey this morning. Already struggling to clean up from the mess left behind by Superstorm Sandy, an intense winter storm is on its way.
In fact, officials have already ordered a mandatory evacuation for residents living in the low-lying areas of Brick, New Jersey.
Originally published on Tue November 6, 2012 6:48 am
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