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For February 11, 2011, the Egypt protests reach a potential end; GOP updates from CPAC.
• Today VP Omar Suleiman announced President Hosni Mubarak has stepped down. Earlier today: "Tanks guarding the presidential palace in Cairo turned their turrets away from approaching demonstrators, eliciting a huge cheer from the crowd, CNN's Ivan Watson reported."
• President Obama made a statement last night: "President Barack Obama signaled clear U.S. support for protesters who have convulsed Egypt for more than two weeks, saying Thursday night that 'in these difficult times, I know that the Egyptian people will persevere, and they must know that they will continue to have a friend in the United States of America,' according to a White House statement."
• Some updates from the CPAC conference: "Potential Republican presidential candidates Mitt Romney, Sen. John Thune, Tim Pawlenty and Rep. Ron Paul all get their chance Friday to address the annual Conservative Political Action Conference - a gathering of more than 10,000 GOP activists from across the country."
• Will Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi face trial? Hada Messia reports: "Judge Cristina di Censo has five days to make a decision on how to proceed now that Milan chief prosecutor Edmundo Bruti Liberati has filed the application."
• And finally, what was up with that dress Lindsey Lohan wore to court?