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CNN's Ted Rowlands shares new information about Staff Sgt. Robert Bales – the alleged shooter in the massacre of 16 Afghan civilians.
Lizzie O'Leary reports on whether the new Boeing 787 everything it's cracked up to be.
By Peter Bergen, CNN National Security Analyst
Editor's note: Peter Bergen, CNN's national security analyst, is a director at the New America Foundation. His book "Manhunt: The Ten-Year Search for Bin Laden; From 9/11 to Abbottabad" will be published on May 1.
Washington (CNN) - Tapping away at his computer in the study of the suburban compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan, that he called home for the last years of his life, Osama bin Laden wrote memos urging his followers to continue to try to attack the United States, suggesting, for instance, they mount assassination attempts against President Obama and Gen. David Petraeus.
While he urged his organization on to attack America, bin Laden was also keenly aware that al Qaeda was in deep trouble because of the campaign of CIA drone strikes in Pakistan and also because the brutal tactics of his followers had alienated many Muslims.
Washington (CNN) - On the walls of Barbara Mikulski's Capitol hideaway are some of her most prized possessions - portraits taken every two years of all the women in the Senate.
The first picture from 1988 is Mikulski, a Democrat, and one other female senator, Republican Nancy Kassebaum of Kansas.
A New York man files a class action lawsuit against Apple claiming its Siri iPhone ads are "deceptive." CNN's Mary Snow reports.
Shooting hoops from a helicopter! CNN's Jeanne Moos reports it's no slam dunk when you need a pilot.
An Austrian skydiver preps for a nearly 23-mile high jump, the highest free fall ever. CNN's Brian Todd reports.
Rick Santorum pledges to prosecute those who produce and distribute pornography. CNN political contributors Erick Erickson and Maria Cardona discuss.
CNN's Jeanne Moos reports President Obama and Prime Minister Cameron go together "like hot dogs and mustard."
(CNN) - If it does come down to a two-man race for the Republican presidential nomination, I wouldn’t be surprised to see it continue until the party convention in Tampa at the end of August.
Getting to the major number of 1,144 delegates for either Mitt Romney or Rick Santorum before the convention will not be easy, even though the former Massachusetts governor has an impressive lead right now.