Washington (CNN) - On the eve of President Barack Obama's major speech Wednesday night where he will reveal the scope of the initial troop withdrawal from Afghanistan, freshman Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul criticized the president’s use of the War Powers Act.
In an interview with CNN's Wolf Blitzer on "The Situation Room," the Kentucky senator said he plans to introduce a Libya resolution that says Obama is in violation of the War Powers Act.
Mistaking Huntsman for a half-naked former Congressman, Jeanne Moos reports on the incognito candidate for president.
Agents are now focused on tracking down James "Whitey" Bulger's girlfriend in the hopes of catching him.
Swapping heads: Man plus baby = manbaby. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.
Amidst dire predictions about America's future, Jon Huntsman entered the 2012 campaign. CNN's Jim Acosta reports.
Obama on the clock. How fast will he bring U.S. troops home from Afghanistan? Chris Lawrence reports.
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(CNN) – Here’s what I especially liked about Jon Huntsman’s presidential announcement in front of the Statue of Liberty. He called for some civility in the race for the White House.
Unlike several of the other Republican candidates, he did not open with a blistering assault on President Obama.
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CNN: Obama to announce plan to pull 30,000 troops out of Afghanistan
President Barack Obama is expected to announce this week that 30,000 U.S. "surge" forces will be fully withdrawn from Afghanistan by the end of 2012, an administration official has told CNN.