A State Department memo shows a request for an "essential" security team to remain in Libya was denied.
Eli Lake with the Daily Beast has been OutFront on Libya since the very beginning with new details on what the U.S knew prior to the terrorist attack against the consulate in Libya.
In 2003 Bishop Gene Robinson became the first openly gay bishop ordained in the Christian denomination. His consecration set off waves in the Episcopal Church, nearly leading to split within the church.
Almost 10 years later, Robinson's published a book on his views of love and God. He's also the subject of a PBS documentary film on his lifestyle and the church.
OutFront tonight: Bishop Gene Robinson, Diocese of New Hampshire in the Episcopal Church.
Former Penn State Coach and convicted child molester Jerry Sandusky releases an audio recording from his jail cell Monday. His attorney confirms to CNN that the voice is Sandusky's. Penn state radio released an audio statement from Sandusky in which he proclaims his innocence.
Sandusky was found guilty on 45 counts of child sexual abuse.
He faces life in prison when sentenced Tuesday.
OutFront tonight: CNN Legal Contributor Paul Callan and Tom Kline, attorney for Victim #5
Mitt Romney lays out an aggressive new position on Syria - saying that as president, he would want to see that Syrian rebels "who share our values" are armed with the help of the United States.
OutFront tonight: Obama campaign supporter, retired General Wesley Clark, former NATO supreme allied commander, and Kristen Silverberg, Foreign Policy adviser to Mitt Romney and former U.S. Ambassador to the European Union. FULL POST
Mitt Romney is riding high on a new national poll released Monday that shows a post-debate bump. A new Pew poll of likely voters reveals Mitt Romney leading President Barack Obama 49% to 45%.
OutFront tonight: Hogan Gidley, national communications director for Rick Santorum, Democratic Strategist Cornell Belcher, and Chief Political Analyst Gloria Borger.