By HELENE COOPER
The president took on a number of issues at play between America and the Muslim world, and he spoke about anti-Western demonstrations throughout the Middle East.
By RAPHAEL MINDER
As thousands besieged Parliament, Spain's two largest regions took steps that underscored their deepening economic troubles and displeasure with the government's austerity plans.
By SARAH LYALL
Frank Gardner, the security correspondent, declared in an interview on Tuesday that Queen Elizabeth had once told him she was "pretty upset" about the presence of Abu Hamza, a radical Islamist cleric in North London.
By NEIL MacFARQUHAR
The secretary general, Ban Ki-moon, said conflicts roiling the Middle East were a major concern.
By SUZANNE DALEY
As the economy worsens, some residents of Spain are turning to garbage bins in search of discarded food.
By RICK GLADSTONE
An announcement by the Intelligence Ministry did not specify the intended targets, but said they included nuclear, defense, industrial and telecommunications installations.