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Former GOP presidential candidate Rick Santorum, plus Shonda Rhimes.
One flashpoint at Friday’s House hearing on IRS targeting of conservative political groups seeking tax-exempt status occurred between acting agency chief Steven Miller and Republican Rep. Paul Ryan.
The Wisconsin Republican and former vice presidential nominee was frustrated that Miller, who was briefed on the controversial IRS practices last May, failed to mention it in subsequent letters to Congress and in hearing testimony just two months later.
"How can we not conclude that you did not mislead this committee?" Ryan asked Miller at Friday's Ways and Means Committee hearing.
Google is going gangbusters, recently unveiling new products like a music streaming service and a revamp of its e-commerce technology "Google Wallet." Apple, the tech giant that once led the pack, suddenly finds itself accused of losing its innovative edge. Wall Street's love affair with Apple has cooled, its stock is down 40% from last year's high.
But there is no question that Apple still dominates, said The Street's Rocco Pendola.
"I've spent more money on Apple products than I have on my wife and my kid," said Pendola.
Former Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum said he is weighing another run for president.
"I'm planning on doing everything consistent with putting yourself in a position to make a decision that is a viable decision," said Santorum, who gave Mitt Romney some trouble in the 2012 Republican primary fight.
"I haven't pulled any triggers yet, but certainly we're out there," he said.
Two individuals identified as "known or suspected terrorists" entered the Justice Department's Witness Protection Program and then the U.S. Marshals lost track of them, according to the public summary of an interim Justice Department inspector general’s report obtained by CNN.
The Marshals Service concluded that “one individual was and the other individual was believed to be residing outside of the United States,” according to the summary.
A Justice Department official said in response to follow up questions about the matter by reporters that the pair had left the program years ago and had been accounted for.
It was not clear when or for how long the Marshals Service lost track of them.
The very fact that there are known terrorists in witness protection may be concerning to some Americans.
"There are big terrorists, and what you may call sort of small-fish terrorists," said Juliette Kayyem, a former Department of Homeland Security official and a CNN analyst.
The Egyptian prosecutor's office says evidence shows three suspects linked to al Qaeda targeted the U.S. and French embassies in Cairo, as well as an Egyptian army facility in the Sinai Peninsula, according to state news.
CNN has not been able to independently confirm the reported targets.
Over the weekend, Egypt's interior minister announced the arrests of three militants who allegedly were plotting to attack a Western embassy and other targets. Both the U.S. embassy and a spokesman for Egypt's interior ministry have refused to comment on specific targets.
"Al Qaeda and groups like it haven't traditionally been operating in Cairo very much," said CNN national security analyst Peter Bergen.