CNN has learned tonight that the White House chose to leave out key intelligence from the attack on Americans in Libya. Erin Burnett talks to Foreign Affairs Reporter Elise Labott, who has been OutFront on the story.
OutFront tonight: Rep. Mike Rogers (R) Chairman of House Intelligence Committee.
The Obama administration confirmed Monday the White House fell victim to a cyber attack. The conservative website, The Washington Free Beacon reported that Chinese hackers infiltrated a classified computer system that's inside the same building that houses systems pertaining to the "Nuclear Football."
The Nuclear Football is the suitcase that holds nuclear launch codes.
OutFront tonight: Col. Cedric Leighton Military Intelligence (Ret.).
Voters in Colorado are set to decide whether or not to allow small quantities of marijuana can be sold and taxed.
CNN Contributor John Avlon is in Colorado with the story.
After nearly 11 years of war in Afghanistan, the violence is still surging. Early this morning, a suicide bomber driving a motorcycle killed 14 people, including three NATO service members and four Afghan police.
The Afghan Taliban claimed responsibility. In addition to suicide attacks, there's been a surge of attacks by Afghans turning their weapons on the Americans training them and working with them. And some Americans are going into the war zone, even now.
Outfront - Kyung Lah with a story of an entire family deploying.
For the second time in recent days a row of seats among one of its planes came loose. It happened earlier this morning on a flight from New York's JFK to Miami.
CNN's Sandra Endo is following the story and is OutFront Tonight.