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May 19th, 2014
09:26 PM ET

Karl Rove doubles down on Hillary Clinton brain damage attack

Republican Strategist Karl Rove is doubling down on his reported comments, suggesting Hillary Clinton may have suffered lasting brain damage after a fall two years ago.

Karl Rove stands by his Hillary Clinton comments, says Bill Clinton backs him up

"Her husband told us something the other day we didn’t know: It took her six months to get back," Rove said on “Fox News Sunday.”

Republicans say her health is a legitimate concern.

"Health and age is fair game." Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus says, "It's fair game for Ronald Reagan. It's fair game for John McCain."

Rove's attack on Hillary Clinton was clumsy, but also shrewd

Outfront, CNN Political Analyst Maggie Haberman and CNN political commentators Sally Kohn and Margaret Hoover.


Filed under: GOP • Hillary Clinton • News • Politics
May 19th, 2014
09:04 PM ET

Are hologram performances the new norm?

The King of Pop is back.

Billboard music awards aired Sunday night and despite some high-profile appearances by the world's top musical artists, it was a person who wasn't really there that stole the show.

Michael Jackson's hologram: Creepy or cool?

A Michael Jackson hologram wowed the crowd with a live performance of "Slave to the Rhythm," a track from the late singer's latest posthumous album, "X-scape."

Many insiders predict the performance could help propel the album to the Number 1 spot on the charts this week, despite the fact Jackson died in 2009.

From Elvis to MJ: Hollywood's hologram takeover

This isn't the first time that a deceased celebrity has been used for promotional purposes.

Eric Barba, an Oscar-winning Visual Effects Supervisor who works for a company that developed a similar hologram of rapper Tupac Shakur is OutFront.


Filed under: Entertainment • News • Tech
May 19th, 2014
08:59 PM ET

Dr. Gupta: People can have MERS that don't know it

For the first time, the Middle East Respiratory syndrome or MERS has spread person-to-person in the United States.

Health officials say an Illinois man contracted the virus after two short business meetings with an infected man from Indiana.

MERS: 5 things to know

Their only physical contact was a handshake. Now, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) wants to test everyone this man came into contact with.

MERS, which originated in Saudi Arabia, kills about 30 percent of its known patients.

Dr. Sanjay Gupta is OutFront with the latest.


Filed under: Health • MERs • News
May 19th, 2014
08:52 PM ET

After 'Titanosaur' discovery, scientists expect to find more fossils

It's called the Titanosaur and scientists in Argentina say it may be the biggest dinosaur ever found.

As heavy as 14 elephants, as long as 2 tractor trailers: Meet Mr. Titanosaur

The colossal creature is believed to be about 95-million-years-old and was as long as two tractor trailers, weighed as much as 14 elephants, and was as tall as a seven story building.

OutFront with CNN's Brianna Keilar is paleobotanist Dr. Ruben Cuneo, who is also the director of the museum leading the excavation efforts, and Paul Sereno, a paleontologist at the University of Chicago talk about their discovery.


Filed under: News • Science
May 19th, 2014
08:36 PM ET

New Hampshire town police commissioner resigns after Obama slur

Robert Copeland, the Wolfeboro New Hampshire police commissioner who was overheard in a restaurant calling President Barack Obama the "n-word" has resigned.

Joseph Balboni, Police Commission chairman of Wolfeboro, confirmed to CNN that he received a resignation email from Robert Copeland.

"Dear Commission Chairman Balboni, I resign," wrote Copeland in the email.

The story gained national attention when it broke last week, and soon major Republican voices were calling for Copeland to step down.

Police commissioner in N.H. town resigns over Obama slur

Among them, New Hampshire Senator Kelly Ayotte, former Massachusetts senator Scott Brown, who is running for the other New Hampshire senate seat and former presidential candidate Mitt Romney, who has owned a vacation home in Wolfeboro since 1997.

Residents in Wolfeboro are dealing with fallout of their own.

CNN's David Mattingly has the latest.


Filed under: News
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