Herman Cain is in D.C. to speak at both AEI and the National Press Club, and is certain to face questions about last night's Politico story about two women who accused him of innappropriate behavior in the 1990s (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
NATO will end its seven-month bombing campaign in Libya today (Washington Post)
President Obama will issue an executive order allowing the FDA to address drug shortages (New York Times)
Election laws in Republican-run states are becoming more restricted (L.A. Times)
U.N. demographers estimate world population of seven billion to be reached today (MSNBC)
Herman Cain spokesman fails to deny harassment reports on Geraldo:
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