Morning headlines: Friday, May 13

Updated

Here’s a look at stories we’re following right now. What are you reading this morning?

The Taliban is claiming responsibility for a deadly bombing at a Pakistan paramilitary center. 80 people were killed.

In case you were wondering how bin Laden’s emails went undetected for so long: Here’s how he did it.

John McCain says that torture did not lead to the discovery of bin Laden’s whereabouts.

Mitt Romney spoke yesterday at the University of Michigan Cardiovascular Center. What did he have to say about his health care record?

House Speaker Boehner says cutting oil subsidies wouldn’t lower gas prices.

The Senate Ethics Committee says Sen. John Ensign of Nevada made false statements to the Federal Election Commission and obstructed a Senate Ethics Committee’s investigation into his conduct.

Is it true? Is it true? Everyone’s favorite “Dude, Where’s My Car?” actor is possibly joining “Two and a Half Men” as Charlie Sheen’s replacement.

Morning headlines: Friday, May 13

Updated