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Erin Burnett has the latest on a Doctors Without Borders physician who recently returned from West Africa is at a New York hospital for isolation and testing for the Ebola virus.
November 28th, 2012
09:00 PM ET

OutFront Extra: Are we headed for another debt ceiling showdown?

Erin asks Senator John Cornyn if Republicans will use raising the debt ceiling as leverage against the President in the future after the disastrous summer of 2011.


Filed under: Congress • Politics • S&P Triple-A Downgrade
November 28th, 2012
08:58 PM ET

OutTake: Can the "gas tax" help us avoid the fiscal cliff?

As this nation continues to steer towards the fiscal cliff, which is just 34 days away now, some are suggesting that lawmakers should put the "Gas Tax" on the negotiation table. Will this help raise much needed revenue, or hurt consumers at exactly the wrong time?

Daniel Altman is an adjunct associate professor of economics at the New York University Stern School of Business.


Filed under: OutTake • Uncategorized
November 28th, 2012
08:57 PM ET

One on one with Julian Assange

Our fifth story OutFront: the man behind WikiLeaks

Julian Assange is one of the world's most controversial people. The 41 year-old Australian has posted hundreds of thousands of U.S. military documents, videos and diplomatic cables on his website, and the U.S. government is still scrambling to find out where he got them.

The government believes his source is Army private Bradley Manning, who stands accused of stealing classified documents in 2010 and giving them to WikiLeaks. The former intelligence analyst in Iraq is facing 22 charges, including aiding the enemy which carries a life sentence. FULL POST


Filed under: Corruption • International • News
November 28th, 2012
08:57 PM ET

Face-to-face meetings not enough to stem GOP criticism of Susan Rice

Our fourth story OutFront – the backlash builds against Susan Rice

The U.N. ambassador and potential nominee for Secretary of State attempted to make nice with Republicans again today, but her face-to-face with Senator Susan Collins (R-ME) appears to have backfired.

Collins is one of the few moderate Republicans left, and if there was one Republican Susan Rice was going to be able to win over, it would have been her. But this afternoon, Collins came out hard against the Ambassador and her comments about the attack on the U.S. consulate in Libya.

Still, the President supports her. So can Ambassador Rice get the necessary votes if she is nominated to take over for Hillary Clinton? OutFront tonight are Reihan Salam, CNN contributor and writer for the "National Review," and Democratic Strategist Tim Punke.


Filed under: Congress • International • Libya • Politics
November 28th, 2012
08:56 PM ET

Woman's brush with death reignites debate over safety of tasers

Our third story OutFront: the dangers of Tasers.

Over the past 11 years, nearly 500 people have died after being shocked by these electronic, supposedly non-lethal stun guns, according to Amnesty International.

Yet nearly 95 percent of America's police departments use stun guns, and they're fast becoming the weapon of choice for officers trying to subdue uncooperative suspects. One recent arrest, caught on camera, is reigniting the debate over the use of them.

Miguel Marquez is OutFront with the story of a woman who almost died after being tased. VIEWER DISCRETION IS ADVISED AS SOME IMAGES MAY BE DISTURBING.


Filed under: Crime
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