Long-distance swimmer Diana Nyad, who swam more than 100 miles from Cuba to Florida , is answering her critics against allegations of cheating.
The 64-year-old has been answering questions from members of the marathon swimmers forum and the international swimming hall of fame who want to know how she managed to go seven-and-a-half hours without eating, and why her average speed doubled during one period of the swim.
OutFront: John Zarella is in Miami with the latest.
Apple unveiled two new iPhones Tuesday. First, the 5S, a high-end device. Second, the 5C, a $99 phone intended for the emerging markets.
Apple's betting big on these moves, because the iPhone is under pressure.
The iPhone's share of the smartphone market was 24% in 2011. Last quarter, it fell to just 14%. Android dominates the market with a 79% share.
OutFront: CNN's Richard Quest.
What will it take to dismantle Syria's chemical weapons stockpile?
Experts believe the Assad regime has more than 1,000 tons of chemical warfare agents including sulfur, mustard, and the deadly sarin nerve gas.
But finding the chemical weapons and accounting for them is a major challenge.
OutFront: Tom Foreman is in Washington DC with Lt. Colonel Rick Francona who lived in Syria for three years as a military attache.
President Obama now says diplomacy, not strikes could be the way to go. And in another stunning about face, Syria says it's on board.
It's willing to turn over its chemical weapons to the international community.
— Charles Rangel (@cbrangel) September 10, 2013
OutFront: Democratic Senator Joe Manchin sits on the Armed Services Committee and met with the President on Tuesday.
After confessing in an online video that he killed a man while driving drunk, 22-year-old Matthew Cordle appeared in court Tuesday but things didn't go as planned.
The hearing came to a sudden halt over a technicality and accusations that Cordle was trying to get special treatment.
OutFront: Pamela Brown is in Ohio with the story.