An attorney for the family of Trayvon Martin tells CNN's Erin Burnett OutFront the family fears George Zimmerman may be a "flight risk." Reacting to a news conference held earlier in the day by two former attorneys for Zimmerman, who told reporters they were stepping away from the case after "losing contact" with Zimmerman, the family's lawyer says "they don't know where he is."
IBM's Watson supercomputer, which famously beat human contestants on the TV game show "Jeopardy", has taken on a new task: using its massive computing power to process the best treatment for cancer patients. IBM has partnered with New York's Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center to create a service that will offer doctors the ability to review millions of pages of information in seconds–all to aid doctors in making informed decisions on patients' care.
A source close to House Majority Leader Eric Cantor tells CNN a staff error is to blame for giving $25,000 to Campaign for Primary Accountability, an anti-incumbent super PAC.
When a Navy F/A-18 fighter jet crashed into an apartment complex in Virginia Beach last week, residents rushed to call for help–and those 911 calls have now been released. Many report seeing the jet dive into one of the buildings in the complex, igniting a huge fire. In one call, a woman tells an emergency dispatcher that one of the Navy pilots–two were onboard and both ejected safely before the crash–has landed outside her home. "There's a pilot on my patio," she said.