A.M. Links: Some Say Romney Deserves More Credit for bin Laden Killing, Pro-Terror Rally Outside U.S. Embassy in Indonesia, Ron Paul's Odds of Being Next Fed Chairman

News on the 11th anniversary of 9/11


  • 6 percent of respondents in an Ohio PPP poll said Mitt Romney deserves more credit for the death of Osama bin Laden than does Barack Obama.

  • New York's Governor Andrew Cuomo, New York City's Mayor Michael Bloomberg and New Jersey's Governor Chris Christie finally arrived at a deal on the 9/11 museum late last night. It was supposed to be open today, but it won't be open for at least another year. The dispute was over the bill, which could reach $1.4 billion.
  • Islamic extremists held a 9/11 rally outside the U.S. Embassy in Jakarta.
  • An Afghan police commander and four civilians died in a suicide bomb attack close to the border with Turkmenistan.
  • Morgan Stanley places the odds of Ron Paul being the next Fed chairman at 4 percent.
  • There were Occupy protests as far as Hong Kong. That one, outside the headquarters of HSBC, is being evicted.

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