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A high-profile divorce lawyer pays a visit to Capitol Hill to lay out tips for the feuding lawmakers in Capitol Hill. CNN's Dana Bash reports.
Newly published photos appear to show U.S. Marines burning bodies in Iraq at the height of the war. CNN's Brian Todd reports on the new military investigation into the incident that has sparked outrage.
In an interview with People magazine, Michelle Obama talks about turning 50, health and fitness - including Botox - and the future of her family life. CNN's Athena Jones reports.
In an interview with Wolf Blitzer, journalist David Satter explains what he thinks is the real reason why he was expelled from Russia.
The New York Times reports that the NSA has bugged 100,000 computers worldwide for surveillance and cyber attacks and can access them without the internet. CNN's Jim Sciutto reports.
News that broke in The Situation Room: The Air Force has revealed that nearly three dozen nuclear missile launch officers were caught cheating on a proficiency exam. CNN's Joe Johns reports.