Latest News

September 12, 2012 10:35 AM

Obama mourns slain diplomats, pledges justice will be served

President Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton today paid tribute to what Obama called four "extraordinary Americans" who were slain in an attack on a U.S. consulate in Libya, vowing that their killers will be brought to justice.

Related content

Comments

Videos

More Videos

Mumbai Rail Indian Bistro opens in Wichita 00:59

Mumbai Rail Indian Bistro opens in Wichita

Liberty comes home 01:25

Liberty comes home

Blue Man Group plays without makeup 01:15

Blue Man Group plays without makeup

Ron Baker, Fred VanVleet and Evan Wessel's double-dipping commercial 00:31

Ron Baker, Fred VanVleet and Evan Wessel's double-dipping commercial

Fred VanVleet's table general commercial 00:31

Fred VanVleet's table general commercial

A sneak peek at Yokohama Ramen Joint 01:00

A sneak peek at Yokohama Ramen Joint

District Marketplace opens to big crowds 01:57

District Marketplace opens to big crowds

Barbecue and a side of blues 02:42

Barbecue and a side of blues

Marvel Universe Live at Intrust Bank Arena 02:58

Marvel Universe Live at Intrust Bank Arena

Look at Old Cowtown project from a drone's point of view 01:45

Look at Old Cowtown project from a drone's point of view

Old Cowtown Museum has a new look 01:15

Old Cowtown Museum has a new look

Augusta museum boasts one-of-a-kind vintage motorcycles 01:47

Augusta museum boasts one-of-a-kind vintage motorcycles

Share Video

Editor's Choice Videos