Washington Times: The top American diplomat in Libya is set to offer politically damaging testimony this week that suggests the Obama administration fumbled its response to the Sept. 11 attacks on the U.S. diplomatic post in Benghazi that killed Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens and three other Americans.
Gregory N. Hicks is expected to testify before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee that he thought it was a terrorist attack from the start, and not a spontaneous reaction to protests out of Egypt resulting from an anti-Islam video on the Internet — a version that U.N. Ambassador Susan E. Rice
Boston Globe: Unclaimed for nearly two weeks, the body of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev was delivered Friday to a stately Worcester funeral home, where an angry crowd gathered to protest.
"It's not right for him to be laying in there like that; it's not right that we've got to take him," said 21-year-old Ryan Madelle. Other protesters waved signs and chanted, "Send him back!" and "USA!"
Business Week: In 1999, Al Gore, then U.S. vice president and a Democratic candidate for president, sold $6,000 worth of cows.
The former senator, who spent most of his working life in Congress, had a net worth of about $1.7 million and assets that included pasture rents from a family farm and royalties from a zinc mine, remnants of his rural roots in Carthage, Tennessee. Funds from the cattle sale went to three of his kids, according to federal disclosure forms filed as part of his presidential run.
Fox News: Bill Ayers, the 1960s radical who went on to become a college professor and associate of President Obama, said Saturday the bombings he helped the Weather Underground carry out to protest the Vietnam War bear no resemblance to the deadly Boston Marathon attack - and glossed over the fact that his group's bombs killed three fellow terrorists and have been linked to the murder of a San Francisco police officer
"How different is the shooting in Connecticut from shooting at a hunting range?" Ayers told a reporter who asked him to compare the incidents after Ayers spoke at a commemoration of the