Clueless at CNN
Here's their story on the military seeking a new handgun to replace the Beretta. A few problems:
The Beretta in the pic is appears to be a .32 pocket pistol.
It's illustrated with hollow point projectiles.
The story says the 1911 was first issued during the "war in the Philippines." I assume this refers to the Moro Rebellion: the main fighting there came in 1900-1902, and by 1911 things were pretty much still. .45s were issued during the Moro Rebellion, but they were revolvers.
It says that "guns chosen by the military achieve cult status, used as iconic weapons in James Bond and other action movies..." I can't recall that James Bond ever used a military weapon.