US SUPPORTS MORSI. Administration Considerms Him A Partner.
Egyptian president Morsi despite questions about his commitment to a democratic system remains a key American ally in peace talks between Israel and its neighbors.
DEMOCRATS INSISTING: No Cuts To Medicare or Social Security.
While the fiscal cliff clock continues to tick, party members no longer want to consider cuts that once were on the bargaining table. Meanwhile, Americans continue to be upbeat despite a possible budget meltdown as consumer confidence rises, home values increase and gas prices fall.
POWERBALL FEVER. One of The Highest Jackpots Ever.
$500 million pot is the second-highest in lottery history, just trailing those $656 Mega Millions in prizes during the March drawing.
RICE NOT READY. Ambassador's Prospects Are Cloudy.
The would-be secretary of state will now meet with more GOP leaders to talk about comments she made after the Benghazi attack.
HIGH TEMPERATURES AND US DROUGHT. Affecting The Great Lakes.
Water levels have drastically fallen to near-record lows on Lake Michigan and Lake Huron.