U.S. foreign policy takes center stage, as the international crisis in the Middle East deepens.
The international crisis escalates as more demonstrations took place over the weekend. Now, there are more questions about whether the U.S. policy in that region is working.
Two people were killed Sunday in protests in Pakistan.
So far, at least 20 countries have seen uprisings against American Embassies.
It's so bad in Tunisia and Sudan that the State Department ordered almost all its people out. As the Obama Administration denies reports that they were warned about the deadly attack in Benghazi. "We had no actionable intelligence to suggest that any attack on our facility in Benghazi was imminent," said Susan Rice, U.S. Ambassador to U.N., on Meet The Press, Sunday.