Here are the top POLITICAL headlines from BostonGlobe.com today:
- Romney causes stir with remarks on attacks: Mitt Romney's criticism of President Obama's initial response to the Libya attacks struck some Republicans and Democrats as too partisan and heavy handed. Globe politics reporter Matt Viser details.
- Obama vows justice in Libya killings: US officials said they are investigating the four-hour assault as a well-orchestrated terrorist attack and not a spontaneous reaction to an inflammatory movie about the prophet Mohammed. Washington bureau reporter Bryan Bender covers.
- Elizabeth Warren must sell substance over Scott Brown's flash: If Senator Scott Brown beats Elizabeth Warren, it will be another triumph of style over substance and fuzziness over clarity, and the Warren camp is at fault for letting him get away with it. Globe columnist Joan Vennochi explains.
- Murders in Libya point to need for wise leaders in US: The qualities needed for effective international leadership in the Oval Office are a strong grasp of global issues, a seriousness of purpose, and, most of all, good judgment. Globe correspondent Nicholas Burns reports.
- Brown pushed STOCK Act, but bill Obama signed in ad was not his: Senator pushed bill that prevents Congress from using insider information to profit in the stock market, but did not introduce it to President. State House bureau reporter Michael Levenson writes.