A taxing problem for Romney.
A Pittsburgh man who took a business-owner hostage during a five hour stand-off with police, posting Facebook updates as officers attempted to talk him round, has surrendered to authorities.
State delegate attempts to censor Ravens linebacker Ayanbadejo over gay marriage.
Anna Wintour and Tom Ford slipped through the discreet door in the heart of Mayfair early.
Mitt Romney's campaign is scrambling to limit the damage from his gaffe-strewn visit to London – which has drawn mocking put-downs from the city's mayor and the British prime minister, and "Mitt the twit" headlines in the UK – by saying that Americans don't care what the foreign press prints.
From criticising the biggest sporting event Britain has held in over 40 years, to 'looking out of the backside of 10 Downing Street', Mitt Romney's first foreign trip of his presidential candidacy hasn't gone quite as well as he might have hoped. As the former Massachusetts governor continues to gaffe his way across London, here's a round-up of Romney's red-facers. So far.
US secretary of state Hillary Clinton pledged at first international Aids conference in America for two decades that the Obama administration would do whatever it takes to end the HIV epidemic.