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National Security Correspondent J.J. Green has details.
A fierce battle enters day three in Afghanistan; we learn why it might take awhile to end "don't ask, don't tell"; and the Vice President is heading to the Middle East.
Senate Democrats scrap a jobs bill; troops and residents are gearing up for a big battle this weekend in Afghanistan.
5 American soldiers are wounded after a suicide bomber blew himself up in Afghanistan; the VA is getting better at cutting checks for veterans; and prisons will soon be playing a much bigger role in the U.S. Census.
CNN's Brian Todd tells us what he's looking at.
President Obama keeps an important meeting despite the weather; the First Lady is fighting fat.
OPM still weighing snow closing on Tuesday; and Pennsylvania Congressman John Murtha dies at 77.
The Senate has confirmed New York's state labor commissioner for the No. 3 post at the Labor Department; the FAA and Transportation's IG are butting heads; and 25 bomb-sniffing dogs are heading to Iraq.
NIST might get more authority over cybersecurity; and the Senate has condemned China's cyber attacks against Google.
Administration officials were on the Hill earlier, asking Congress to approve the budget; and, have CIA agents been working for private companies on the side and putting national security at risk?