The events surrounding 24-year-old Jonathan Ferrell's death by a police officer and the reaction from the Charlotte police department are causing controversy in the community.
OutFront: Mark O'Mara is CNN legal analyst and defense attorney. He represented George Zimmerman in the Trayvon Martin murder trial earlier this year.
New details tonight in the Washington Navy Yard shooting investigation.
We're hearing it's a horrific scene inside building 197. According to our Barbara Starr, officials say there is blood everywhere, and extensive damage including bullet holes, broken doors, and windows. It may be several weeks before the building re-opens.
And there are more stunning details tonight on how a local Navy base failed to report disturbing behavior by gunman Aaron Alexis, just weeks before he shot and killed 12 people.
OutFront tonight, Jim Sciutto who is outside the Navy yard with the latest.
The U.S. is facing a government shutdown - again.
And it's just 12 days away if Congress can't reach a deal. It's embarrassing, avoidable and will ensure our count to getting back America's AAA debt rating isn't even worth keeping. (It's been 774 days, by the way, since we lost it.)
Washington is simply too dysfunctional to govern.
Today, both Speaker Boehner and President Obama said they want to avoid a shutdown.
But the truth is, both side are okay with a shutdown if they don't get their way.
Beohner says the House will pass a budget bill this week that defunds the President's health care law.
That's a nonstarter and the President is making political hay of it.
So is a shutdown inevitable?
OutFront tonight, Republican Congressman Jason Chaffetz.
Officials say two muddy cars pulled from the bottom of a lake southwestern Oklahoma contain the remains of six bodies - potentially those of people who have been missing for more than 40 years.
Investigators believe one car may belong to a teenager who disappeared with friends in 1970, while the other car could be linked to another case from the 50s or 60s.
CNN's Ed Lavandera is OutFront with the latest.
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The families of nearly 200 people are anxiously waiting for word from their loved ones who remain unaccounted for after the deadly floods in Colorado.
Those raging waters have already taken the lives of six people and left more than 450 stranded for nearly a week with little food and water.
But help is on the way with one of the nation's largest air operations in nearly a decade.
Ana Cabrera is OutFront in Boulder, where teams of unbelievable dogs are now digging through the rubble and mud to save lives.