CNN's Erin Burnett talks to a Chicago city official who says he'll prevent Chick-Fil-A from opening a restaurant in his district because of the company's stance on gay marriage.
OutFront Thursday: Chicago Alderman Joe Moreno.
CNN's Erin Burnett has just returned from the border of the western African country of Mali Thursday and witnessed just how desperate the security situation is. Islamic radicals linked to al Qaeda have seized the northern half of the country after a rebellion and coup left the country leaderless.
The Assistant Defense Secretary for Special Operation Michael Sheehan said today the Defense Department is weighing its options when it comes to Mali.
Burnett spoke with a man who knows the security situation in Mali. She asked Rudy Atallah, the Defense Department's former Africa Counterterrorism Director - what options the U.S. military had in the region.
The judge overseeing the Aurora shooting case is cracking down on leaks.
District Court Judge William Sylvester issued a second gag order barring the release of information relating to the investigation of James Holmes. This comes on the heels of news reports that Holmes sent a package to the University of Colorado Medical campus.
Don Lemon is OutFront in Aurora, Colorado.
Erin Burnett discusses with CNN contributors David Frum and James Carville about Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney's refusal to talk about his foreign policy while travelling overseas.