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Brian Todd reports on what Cain's known accusers will do now, and has background on the accusers.
In an exclusive interview, Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner says that Republicans must act to help heal the economy.
Safety concerns prompt Occupy Wall Street protesters to open a women-only tent at Zuccotti Park. CNN's Mary Snow reports.
(CNN) - A bipartisan congressional report has found a widespread problem with counterfeit electronic parts installed or purchased for use in American military systems around the world. Two U.S. senators said most of the bogus parts originate in China, according to an investigation by their staff.
"There's a flood of counterfeit parts entering the defense supply chain," Sen. Carl Levin, D-Michigan, told reporters at a news conference Monday, "it is endangering our troops and it is costing us a fortune."
(CNN) - A 5.7-magnitude earthquake struck eastern Turkey Wednesday night, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
The epicenter was 16 kilometers (9 miles) south of the town of Van, the USGS said, and its depth was 4.8 kilometers (3 miles). The quake hit at 9:23 p.m. (2:23 p.m. ET), it said.
At least 18 buildings have collapsed in Van, including two hotels and one school, according to Turkish state broadcaster TRT.
By CNN’s Wolf Blitzer
(CNN) - With all the turmoil surrounding the sexual harassment allegations against Herman Cain, some GOP insiders have raised this question to me in recent conversations: Is it too late for yet another Republican to jump into the race for the party’s presidential nomination?
My instinctive answer is yes – it’s too late in the game to mount an effective campaign. The Iowa caucuses are January 3.
Herman Cain versus his accuser – he said she said. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.