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September 19th, 2013
09:38 PM ET

eHarmony moves into job recruiting business

After watching his online dating company struggle against increased competition, Neil Warren came out of retirement with an IDEA to revive eHarmony.

He also says if you like it, it will change the world.

Erin Burnett reports.


Filed under: I.D.E.A. • Tech
September 19th, 2013
09:34 PM ET

Hassan Rouhani sets new vision for Iran, "constructive engagement"

In what could be the most significant gesture in more than three decades, the new president of Iran Hassan Rouhani tweeted that he "has not ruled out the possibility of meeting with Obama" at the United Nations general assembly next week, adding "everything is possible in the world of politics."

He's also wrote in the Washington post that he wants to "engage in constructive interaction with the world."

CNN's Jim Sciutto is Outfront with the latest.


Filed under: International • Iran • News
September 19th, 2013
09:19 PM ET

Mystery surrounds six submerged bodies

Forensic investigators are combing through a trove of evidence after discovering that six bodies in two cars had been submerged in a lake for decades.

They already have some clues, but confirming the identities of the bodies or how they got there will not be an easy task.

Ed Lavandera is OutFront with the latest.


Filed under: News • Oklahoma lake bodies
September 19th, 2013
08:56 PM ET

Ex-NFL player seeking teens who trashed his home

About 300 teenagers threw a wild party after breaking into a former NFL player's second home and causing more than $20,000 in damage.

Tweets tip off former NFL player about teens partying in his home

Former offensive lineman Brian Holloway was more than a 1,000 miles away in Florida watching a Twitter feed when he discovered teens were partying with alcohol and drugs at his New York vacation home.

Laurie Segall is OutFront with the story.


Filed under: Crime • News
September 19th, 2013
08:50 PM ET

Same company vetted Navy Yard shooter and NSA leaker Edward Snowden

CNN has learned the same company that conducted the background check for Navy Yard gunman Aaron Alexis also vetted NSA leaker Edward Snowden.

USIS, a private government contractor currently under investigation, vetted Alexis in 2007 and Snowden in 2011.

Alexis' background, including his history of troubled mental health, has been a focal point for investigators who are questioning how he obtained a security clearance.

Pentagon correspondent Chris Lawrence is OutFront.


Filed under: Military • Navy Yard Shooting
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