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Corporal Kelsey De Santis has a Facebook page called "Let's Get Justin Timberlake to the Marine Corps Ball with Kelsey."
U.S. Rep. Leonard Boswell scuffled with an armed intruder at his southern Iowa farmhouse. CNN's Lisa Sylvester reports.
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CNN's Joe Johns reports on Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain's recent claims about Muslims and mosques.
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CNN's Brian Todd reports on the latest casualties in the News Of The World hacking scandal and who could fall next.
(CNN)- White House adviser Elizabeth Warren will not helm the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau permanently after all, but she's not losing sleep over it. Instead, she plans on thinking of another kind of political future once she passes on the baton of leading the agency.
She wouldn't confirm or deny current thoughts of a Senate challenge to Massachusetts GOP Sen. Scott Brown, but she did reveal where heavy thinking may take place in an interview with CNN anchor Wolf Blitzer Monday.
(CNN) - Now that the Obama administration is recognizing the Libyan opposition as the country’s legitimate governing authority, it will be only a matter of time before the $33 billion in frozen Libyan assets in the United States will start flowing to the rebels. They will no doubt begin using some of those funds to purchase badly needed weapons and spare parts to fight Gadhafi’s forces.
Pentagon officials say the U.S. already has spent close to $1 billion over these past four months in trying to protect Libyan civilians. (Tomahawk cruise missiles are not cheap.) The other NATO allies have spent more.