Secretary General of NATO said today that two dozen nations will provide an estimated 7,000 more troops for Afghanistan.
CNN's John Robert in Brussels covering the meeting today actually talked to the Secretary of State Hillary Clinton about the troop commitments.
These include decisions by governments to keep troops that they were about to remove, that they had sent only for the elections, plus new, additional commitments.
For example, today we heard from the Italians and the Poles and the Slovakians and—I'm probably forgetting some others, but we had some really positive new commitments.
The Labor Department says the unemployment rate for November fell to 10%, still double digits.
But it is down.
Just 11,000 jobs were lost last month, that is the smallest monthly loss in nearly two years.
The Italian jury could return a verdict today in Amanda Knox's year-long murder trial.
Prosecutors say the young American, you see her there, and her Italian boy friend cut a woman's throat during a drug fueled sexual assault.
A second man has already been convicted in this case.
Knox's parents as well as Amanda herself insist she is innocent.
"She knows she had nothing to do with this and you know, they just can't put an innocent person behind bars."
"There is no way that with no evidence they could convict her of a crime she didn't commit."
So 36 worshipers are dead in Pakistan after militants armed with guns and grenades attacked a mosque during midday prayers.
Another 45 people were wounded.
The mosque is in Rawalpindi that's close to Pakistan's Army headquarters and it's frequented by military officials.
Today's attack is the latest in a recent wave of violence that has killed more than 400 people.