Authorities in Colorado have recovered a package at the University of Colorado Medical Campus mail room that was sent by alleged gunman James Holmes.
CNN's Ed Lavendera reports in Aurora, Colorado.
Russia is in a tug of war with the United States over adoptions. The two countries are hammering out a controversial deal that regulates adoptions from Russia by Americans.
The pact comes after the bizarre, high-profile case of a Tennessee woman who sent her adopted son back to Russia alone on a plane. The boy carried a letter that said his adoptive mother didn't want him anymore.
Now Americans are worried this treaty could be far-reaching, even allowing Russians into their homes.
CNN's Kyung Lah went Outfront to see if those concerns add up.
Can President Barack Obama depend on 2008-level of support from black voters in November? A new report by the National Urban League says black voters could tip the election this year by staying home and costing the president's crucial votes in battleground states.
How concerned should the Obama campaign be?
CNN's John King breaks down the numbers on what states could be affected?
CNN Contributor John Avlon talks to U.S. Rep. James Clyburn about Wednesday's Senate vote on extending Bush-era tax cuts.
OutFront tonight: Fmr. Super Committee member and U.S. Congressman James Clyburn (D-SC).