Santorum: You can’t trust Romney

Rick Santorum said Mitt Romney is untrustworthy because of his support of government-run health care.

Raw Video: US Man Captured in Iraq Freed to UN

Wearing a US Army uniform and flanked by Iraqi lawmakers, an American citizen announced Saturday that he was being released from more than nine months of imprisonment by a Shiite militia that for years targeted US troops. (March 17)

Suspected Solider Had Legal, Financial Problems

The soldier suspected of killing 16 Afghan civilians had run ins with the law and potential financial problems, too. (March 17)

Raw Video: New Yorkers Go Green for the Irish

In New York, a sea of green, kilts and bagpipes flowed along 5th Avenue as big crowds gathered for the city’s 251st annual Saint Patrick’s Day Parade. (March 17)

St. Patrick’s Day: President Obama Drinks a Beer at Campaign Event 2012

WASHINGTON, DC — The White House’s water fountains have been dyed green today to commemorate St. Patrick’s Day but for President Obama the holiday will extend another couple of days. The president and first lady will host Ireland’s Prime Minister Enda Kenny on Tuesday, culminating in a St. Patrick’s Day [Read more...]

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Here’s the latest news for Saturday, March 17: Neighbors open up about accused soldier; Suicide car bombs hit Damascus; John Demjanjuk dies; Obama celebrates St. Patrick’s Day.

Obama marks St. Paddy’s with Guinness

President Obama celebrates St. Patrick’s Day with a Guinness at The Dubliner, a Washington pub.

Raw Video: Obama Hits Pub on St. Patrick’s Day

President Barack Obama is sipping a Guinness at an Irish bar to observe St. Patrick’s Day. At the White House, the main South Lawn Fountain is burbling green water. (March 17)

Raw Audio: 911 Tapes Released in Fla. Shooting

Family members of a slain teen say calls made to police show that he was terrified as he tried to get away from the white neighborhood watch volunteer who shot him, and that the volunteer was not defending himself as he has claimed. (March 17)

Awkward moments for Pakistani leader

Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari received jeers at an annual address to a joint session of parliament.