Virginia AG Ken Cuccinelli intends to run for governor (Politico)
Gary Johnson contemplates a run on the Libertarian Party ticket (Politico)
Hillary Clinton pushes reforms in Myanmar (AP)
HUD secretary Shaun Donovan to announce that the FHA will require a massive bailout (Chad Pergram)
Senate Republicans unveil payroll tax cut plan (CNN)
"Bin Laden Bread" a popular treat in Malawi (CNN)
Paul Ryan and Chris Van Hollen work together on earmark reform:
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