A mother breaks her son's cold case.
Police and witnesses originally told a Florida mom that her 34-year old son died in a freak accident, but that story didn't add up to her.
After years of determination – along with setting up her own sting operation – she finally got her justice. John Zarrella is OutFront.
A 19 year old college student has been arrested for allegedly taking nude images of Miss Teen USA Cassidy Wolf and then blackmailing her.
His demand: more explicit photos or else he'd post all the images he had from hacking into her computer. According to court documents, Jared Abrahams, a former high school classmate of Cassidy Wolf, hacked into her computer and used her webcam to take pictures of her during her most private moments.
The FBI says Wolf was one of at least eight women Abrahams was blackmailing in a scheme that reached as far as Russia. Outfront tonight is Miss Teen USA, Cassidy Wolf.
Is Obama taking a tip from the NRA?
The Justice Department today announced it will put aside $45 million dollars to put more police officers in public schools. It's an idea the NRA pushed immediately after the Sandy Hook elementary shooting.
Schools around the nation are struggling to find ways to prevent another Sandy Hook. David Mattingly is OutFront with just how far one school is taking this mission.
It's another big year for Tiger Woods.
It was announced today that he has been named the PGA Tour Player of the Year for the 11th time. He won 5 tournaments this season, the most of any player, and finished second in the FedEx Cup. His $8 million in prize money was $2 million more than any other player.
And yet, many people – including Tiger Woods – consider the year a failure.
The reason? No majors. For the fifth consecutive year, Tiger Woods has come up empty-handed at the four major golf tournaments.
He came in 4th at the Masters this year, which scored him a big payday, and yet he missed the green jacket. And in golf, that's a big deal, especially to Tiger.
Woods is currently 2nd on the all-time Majors list, 4 wins behind Jack Nicklaus. At the beginning of his career it seemed a sure bet he would take that top spot.But now, who knows.
Tiger's currently 1st or 2nd on most of the PGA's All-Time lists and he's won $100 million over his career, more money playing golf than anyone in history.
But the record of records might be out of his grasp. Is being #1 in money better than #1 in the record books, or not? How do YOU define success: majors or money? Let us know on Twitter.