WikiLeaks - A U.S.-based domain name provider shut down WikiLeaks early Friday, but the controversial website announced hours later that it had employed a company in Switzerland and was back up.
"WikiLeaks moves to Switzerland," the company said on its Twitter page about 4 a.m. ET. The tweet also provided WikiLeaks' new Web address. U.S.-based domain provider EveryDNS.net shut down WikiLeaks' old Web address early Friday. The company announced that it had to cut its relationship with WikiLeaks because the site had received multiple cyber attacks.
Today we'll be taking a look at the James Bond-esque bunker where WikiLeaks files are kept, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in his own words, and what he has to say about the latest document dump when he takes questions from readers from the UK's Guardian.
Don't ask, don't tell - Leaders of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and the Coast Guard are expected to speak Friday as the Senate Armed Services Committee holds its second day of hearings on the military's "don't ask, don't tell" policy.
Sen. John McCain said at the hearing Thursday that now is not the time to repeal the policy on gay men and lesbians serving openly in the U.S. armed forces.
Debt-slashing plan - A bipartisan commission will decide Friday whether to send Congress its controversial plan for slashing the federal deficit.
The 18-member panel released a report Wednesday recommending spending cuts and tax changes that would cut $4 trillion in deficits over the next 10 years. Fourteen of the 18 commissioners need to vote in favor of the plan in order to send it on to Congress.