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September 20th, 2012
09:30 PM ET

Car parts line coats for homeless

General Motors (GM) is re-purposing scraps of sound absorbing material from its Chevrolet Malibu and Buick Verano sedans in to self-heated and waterproof coats that doubles as a sleeping bags for the homeless.

The idea came from a 22-year-old humanitarian and founder of the Empowerment Plan, Veronika Scott, and she is OutFront tonight.

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Filed under: I.D.E.A.
September 20th, 2012
09:22 PM ET

Clinton debriefs Congress on Libya consulate attack: "No new information," says Sen. Corker

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and key members of the State Department debriefed Congress Thursday behind close doors on the Libyan consulate attack that killed Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other Americans.

Sen. Bob Corker (R-TN) was present at the briefing and is OutFront tonight.


Filed under: Libya • National Security • News
September 20th, 2012
09:14 PM ET

Mixed messages on Libyan consulate attack

New details are emerging tonight about the Libyan consulate attack. A Libyan official tells CNN the attacks were pre-planned, while the Obama administration continues to say there is no evidence of a premeditated attack. Erin Burnett reports.

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Filed under: Libya • National Security • News • Politics
September 20th, 2012
08:42 PM ET

Anti-jihad ad to appear in NYC subways: "I will not sacrifice my speech so as to not offend savages," says Geller

As the anti-American protests spread through the Muslim world, an anti-Muslim ad is appearing in the United States and will be in New York City next week.

The ad says, "In any war between the civilized man and the savage, support the civilized man. Support Israel. Defeat Jihad." Behind the ad is Anti-Muslim blogger and noted 'birther' Pamela Geller.

OutFront tonight: Pamela Geller, executive director of American Freedom Defense Initiative.


Filed under: News
September 20th, 2012
08:37 PM ET

GOP candidate blames Romney for drop in polls; does it add up?

Republican Senate Candidate Tommy Thompson of Wisconsin is down in the polls. In just one month his Democratic challenger Tammy Baldwin turned a nine-point deficit into a nine-point lead.

Thompson gave one explanation to CNN's Madison, Wisconsin affiliate WKOW.

"The Presidential thing is bound to have an impact on every election. Whether you're a Democrat or Republican. If you're a standard-bearer for the Presidency is not doing well, its gonna reflect on the down ballot," said Thompson.

Is he right to blame Romney?

Former New Hampshire governor and Romney campaign surrogate John Sununu is OutFront.
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Filed under: 2012 Election • News • Politics
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