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For September 18, 2012 – Controversial private fund-raiser video shows candid Mitt Romney, Al Qaeda calls death of U.S. ambassador a 'gift' and magazine fined for topless Duchess of Cambridge photos...
• Controversial private fund-raiser video shows candid Mitt Romney: "Mitt Romney on Monday said his controversial statements caught on tape were "off the cuff" and "not elegantly stated," but he defended the main message of his remarks."
• Al Qaeda calls death of U.S. ambassador a 'gift': "As the fallout from an online film that mocks Islam's holy prophet continued Tuesday, al Qaeda's affiliate in North Africa urged Muslims in the region to kill U.S. government representatives and called the death of Ambassador Chris Stevens a 'gift.'"
• Obama's jobs record is better than Bush's: "Mitt Romney is accusing President Barack Obama of overseeing the worst jobs recovery since the Great Depression. And months of disappointing jobs growth means the president could face Election Day with fewer workers than on the day he took office. But Romney's accusation is wrong –"
• Investors pull back on U.S. stocks: " Stocks dipped in early trading, as worries about Europe and the global economy made investors wary. The Dow Jones industrial average, the S&P 500, and the Nasdaq edged 0.2% lower."
• Magazine fined for topless Duchess of Cambridge photos: "A French magazine has been fined for publishing topless photographs of Britain's likely future queen, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, and ordered not to distribute the magazine in print or online, a French court ruled Tuesday."
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