CNN's Deb Feyerick was invited to rocker Ted Nugent's ranch in Waco Texas to talk hunting, self-defense, and the second amendment.
Former Navy SEAL Chris Kyle was killed Saturday at a gun range - allegedly by a former marine who had been reportedly struggling with post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Congressman Ron Paul questioned the reasoning behind having someone who is suffering from PTSD at a firing range:
Chris Kyle's death seems to confirm that "he who lives by the sword dies by the sword." Treating PTSD at a firing range doesn't make sense
— Ron Paul (@RonPaul) February 4, 2013
With 160 confirmed kills, Iraqi insurgents nicknamed Kyle "the devil of Ramadi" and placed a bounty on his head. His first kill was a woman who cradled a toddler with one hand and held a grenade in the other.
Outfront tonight: a close friend...Marcus Luttrell, who's also a former Navy SEAL and knew Kyle for 13 years.
The six-day hostage standoff in Alabama is over tonight. The 5-year-old boy, Ethan, is safe, in the hospital surrounded by family.
The abductor is dead, after authorities entered the underground bunker where the hostage drama played out. This case brings back painful memories for the victims of another school bus kidnapping, 36 years ago.
In Chowchilla, California, three men hijacked a bus-load of 26 school children. They forced the driver and children to climb through a hole in the ground into a moving-van buried in a quarry.
The kidnappers left their hostages buried for 16 hours and demanded $5 million in ransom.
The hostages fortunately got out alive - and tonight one of those victims - Jodi Heffington-Medrano - is Out Front.
There's a big development tonight in a story we've been following - A Catholic hospital's surprising defense in a wrongful death case involving unborn twin fetuses.
Lori Stodghill was 7 months pregnant when she went into cardiac arrest. Lori and the twins died. When her husband sued, the catholic hospital argued that the fetuses were not "people" under Colorado law.
But tonight, the hospital, in a surprising about-face, called its own defense "morally wrong".
CNN's Kyung Lah has the story.