Hillary Clinton visits Pakstan, Urban Outfitters sued and news from while you were sleeping

President Barack Obama passes Secretary of State Hillary Clinton before delivering a policy address on events in the Middle East at the State Department in Washington, Thursday, May 19, 2011.
AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais
President Barack Obama passes Secretary of State Hillary Clinton
AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais

Clinton stops by Pakistan In a surprise visit, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has arrived in Pakistan to meet with officials in the wake of the killing of Osama bin Laden. The mission was to patch up the relationship between Pakistan and the United States. Clinton met with the leadership of Pakista,  including President Asif Ali The Secretary of State said there is absolutely no evidence that the Pakistani government knew of Osama bin Laden's whereabouts.

Mitt Romney: 2012? Mitt Romney is running for president and took to twitter to release the details for his official announcement next week.

Lastly, there is more buzz and speculation regarding a possible run for both Sarah Palin and Michele Bachmann. Palin is embarking on a bus tour, which is seen as a signal by many that she is planning to launch her presidential bid

Patriot Act gets extended Coming right down to the wire, President Obama signed a four year extension of the Patriot Act. Due to the fact that he is currently out of the country, the president used an autopen machine, which signs his actual signature. The tech savvy tool can only be used with authorization from POTUS himself. Urban Outfitters accused of stealing designs from local merchants Urban Outfitters is taking heat for stealing original jewelry designs from local craftsman and creative entrepreneurs. The popular store is currently trending on twitter after Jewelry designer and Etsy seller, Stevie Koerner, proclaimed that Urban Outfitters stole not only her design, but also the name and copy for her jewelry line. Air France black box information revealed Information released from the recovered black boxes of the Air France Rio-Paris flight indicates that the plane endured a three-and-a-half minute descent into the ocean after the autopilot disengaged. The two co-pilots were in the cockpit, the captain was resting and did not return until one minute and 30 seconds into the emergency. The investigation is ongoing.