Thanks to the dramatic mission that led to the killing of Osama bin Laden, most Americans now know the name "SEAL Team Six." But the details of the covert mission to capture–and kill–the country's most wanted terrorist remain largely unknown. Author–and former SEAL–Chuck Pfarrer has written a book, SEAL Target Geronimo: The Inside Story of the Mission to Kill Osama bin Laden. Pfarrer says the book's based on interviews with the SEALs who raided bin Laden's compound in Pakistan.
Pfarrer disputes the official version of the raid–describing an assault that he estimates took just 90 seconds.
One of Herman Cain's friends, Niger Innis, says the Republican candidate is a victim of "character assassins" motivated in part by stereotypes of black men as "hypersexual."
Cain addressed the accusations of Sharon Bialek at a news conference Tuesday afternoon, saying he didn't recognize Bialek's name, face or voice. Cain said he had never harassed anyone, ever, and that his campaign for the White House would go on. Innis told CNN's Erin Burnett he would urge Cain to sue Bialek for defamation of character.