No end in sight for Arab unrest: The U.S. prepares itself for extended turmoil over anti-Islamic video, which might have become Obama's "most serious foreign policy crisis of the election season."

50 held in Benghazi attack: Mohamed Magarief, president of Libya's interim assembly, said the attacks were pre-planned.

Pakistan protests video: Protesters march toward U.S. embassy in Karachi.

Arrests made in Occupy anniversary march: About 300 marched in New York today. The official anniversary is on Monday.

Stay home: Black clergy tell their congregants this election season.

Nato airstrike kills eight women in Afghanistan: Earlier on Sunday, four Nato troops were killed in an attack "involving suspected Afghan police."

Teen tries to blow up Chicago bar in jihad plot: With a car bomb.

How much does your local teacher make? The teacher strike in Chicago once again brings up that all important question: are our teachers overpaid or underpaid? Here's a map to help you decide.

Microsoft's "epic year": Here's Steve B.'s interview. Also, he supports Chris Hansen.

And it's Sunday, I love it! h/t Marc.