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Briefly: Stacy Keibler, Eric Holder, Chris Cooley, Vladimir Putin

In happier times. (Jason Merritt / Getty Images)

Brief news from here and elsewhere:

Breaking up with George Clooney is really not as bad as you might think! Says the unflappable Stacy Keibler. (Extra)

Go ahead, place your bets: How soon til Eric Holder steps down? (In the Loop)

He may be leaving the field – almost definitely, this time, anyway — but seems like Chris Cooley plans on always, always staying with the Redskins. (Sports)

Guess what manly feat Vladimir Putin undertook this week? He drove a submarine to the bottom of the sea, of course. (AP)

Looking for today’s Reliable Source? Start here: What does Stevie Wonder’s boycott of Florida really mean?



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