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The media is expecting even if Snooki said she isn't. CNN's Jeanne Moos asks whether Snooki "snookered" us.
By Wolf Blitzer, CNN
(CNN) – Mitt Romney may have won the most votes in Michigan and Arizona, but this race for the Republican presidential nomination is not over yet.
With Super Tuesday’s 10 contests only days away, the race could keep on going and going.
Five beers spilled on Germany's leader. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on a waiter's woe.
CNN's Brian Todd speaks with a security expert on how to prevent a school shooting.
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Brian Todd reports on a fiery debate over free speech based on a Muslim confrontation w/an Atheist.
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(CNN) – It’s a fair question that more and more people are asking: Why is Mitt Romney having such a hard time nailing down the Republican presidential nomination?
He certainly has raised the most money and has the largest and most experienced campaign staff.
CNN's Jeanne Moos follows up on Sacha Baron Cohen's red carpet caper and other exposure seeking ploys at the Oscars.
It’s hard to believe, but American taxpayers are still shelling out $2 billion a week in Afghanistan. That adds up to more than $100 billion a year.
Maintaining a U.S. military presence in Afghanistan of nearly 100,000 U.S. troops is certainly not cheap.
U.S. taxpayers are spending billions trying to build up the Afghan military and police force.
CNN's Lisa Sylvester takes a look at the intersection of Hollywood and politics in the realm of campaigning.
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