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July 31st, 2013
11:11 PM ET

Is it not okay for a woman to shed a tear?

Newsweek just released an article about The New York Times executive editor Jill Abramson.

It's a nearly 3,400- word piece about her career, but only two words from that article are making headlines: "I cried."

Abramson admitted that she cried after an article suggested she was a failure.

But would we still see that same type of headline if it was a man who cried?

OutFront CNN Contributors Margaret Hoover and John Avlon.


Filed under: Politics • Social Issues
July 31st, 2013
10:47 PM ET

Brazen jewelry thefts in Cannes

Police in the French resort city are investigating yet another jewelry store heist. The thieves, this time, hit a high-end watch store.

This heist comes just three days after one of the biggest jewelry thefts of all time.

Tom Foreman is OutFront.


Filed under: Crime • International
July 31st, 2013
10:16 PM ET

Victim to give statement at Castro sentencing hearing

At least one victim will make a statement at Cleveland kidnapper Ariel Castro's sentencing hearing tomorrow.

Castro's sister tells CNN that Michelle Knight - one of the women he held captive for more than a decade - will speak.

Knight could make the appearance in person or via video

Pamela Brown is in Cleveland and spoke exclusively to Castro's sister.


Filed under: Cleveland Missing Women • Crime
July 31st, 2013
09:53 PM ET

New details about the NSA data collection programs

The Obama administration declassified and released three documents outlining the NSA's phone and Internet data collection programs - right before the agency's Deputy Director faced tough questions on Capitol Hill about NSA leaker Edward Snowden.

Did Snowden have help? Should someone be fired?

Retired General Michael Hayden, who ran the NSA from 1999 through 2005, came OutFront to share his thoughts with Erin Burnett.

July 31st, 2013
01:14 PM ET

The "grand bargain" buzz

President Obama says he has a grand bargain to save jobs. Is it just talk?

Erin Burnett has the story.


Filed under: Congress • Economy • OutFront Outtake • OutTake • Politics
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