Fast & Furious: An internal Department of Justice review criticized top officials, but not Eric Holder, for the botched Operation Fast and Furious. Our own Todd Ruger and Mike Scarcella report.
Libya: U.S. and Libyan officials paint an entirely different picture regarding the attack on the U.S. embassy that killed Ambassador Chris Stevens and three Americans. The U.S. describes it as local extremists who saw an opportunity to hijack the protests, while the Libyans portray it as a premeditated attack by foreign fighters with ties to al-Qaeda. NPR reports.
Voter Purge: A Texas state judge barred state officials from ordering county officials to purge voters who are assumed dead because it may violate the election code, Bloomberg reports.
Baseball: The Washington Nationals are one win away from a playoff berth after last night's double headers split against the Dodgers. If the Nats make the playoffs, it will be the first Washington baseball team to earn a spot in 79 years. The Washington Post reports.