Was the United States caught flat-footed on the attacks in Libya?
CNN's Erin Burnett talks to a member of the House Intelligence Committee Rep. Mike Rogers (R-MI) about what the U.S. knew prior to the attacks on the U.S. consulate in Libya and whether they were premeditated.
No let-up in protests over anti-Islam film
Protests sparked by an online film that mocks Islam's holy prophet entered a second week Monday, raising questions about whether the furor is isolated or a sign of broader anti-American sentiment in the Muslim world.
On Monday, demonstrators took to the streets in Afghanistan, Indonesia, Pakistan and Lebanon. Answering a call from the leader of the Hezbollah - deemed a terrorist organization by the United States - thousands packed the streets of Beirut's southern suburbs and chanted "Death to America!"
The largely peaceful crowd waved the yellow flag of Hezbollah and carried posters that read, "No to the insulting of the prophet."
"Prophet Mohammed is our commander," they chanted. "Down with Zionism."