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June 10th, 2014
10:27 PM ET

Qatari: Country is open to everyone, "even Taliban"

In exchange for Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, the U.S. government released 5 Taliban leaders from the Guantanamo Bay detention camp.

Those 5 men are now living in Doha, Qatar and are under supervision of the Qatari government.

Erin Burnett traveled to Qatar and asked locals what they think about have Taliban members living in their city.

In her exclusive report, she visits the Taliban's "office" in Doha to find out what's really going on.


Filed under: Bowe Bergdahl • News • Taliban
June 10th, 2014
10:02 PM ET

Clinton slams sexism during 2008 presidential campaign; optimistic about 2016

Hillary Clinton says a woman running for President in 2016 will encounter a more welcoming political landscape than she did in 2008.

"I think over the last six, seven years there has been a greater awareness in the American public about the double standard,” Clinton told ABC’s “Good Morning America. “I really believe there’s a great discussion going on now. And whether it’s somebody running for president or somebody climbing the corporate ladder or broadcasting or anything else, there’s much greater awareness and that’s all to the good.”

Is there less sexism in politics now than there was in 2008?

OutFront tonight: CNN Political Commentator Margaret Hoover, CNN Legal Analyst Sunny Hostin and Media Analyst Rachel Sklar.


Filed under: Hillary Clinton • Politics
June 10th, 2014
09:46 PM ET

Lawmakers criticize Obama administration on prisoner swap

Lawmakers are slamming the Obama administration again today for failing to notify Congress about the decision to trade Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl for five Taliban officials.

OutFront tonight: Republican Congressman Michael McCaul who chairs the Homeland Security Committee.

Erin Burnett also spoke to Democratic Senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia about the prisoner swap.


Filed under: Bowe Bergdahl • Congress • News • Taliban
June 10th, 2014
09:25 PM ET

What led to Las Vegas shooting rampage?

Autopsy results reveal Jerad Miller, the suspect in a Las Vegas, Nevada shooting spree, died of a "gunshot wound of the chest."

The deaths of Miller, the two slain police officers and civilian are being ruled homicides.

The death of his wife and accomplice, Amanda Miller, is being ruled a suicide.

CNN's Kyung Lah has more on the couple and what drove them to their deadly rampage.


Filed under: Crime • News
June 10th, 2014
09:22 PM ET

Gunman, student dead in Oregon school shooting

It is a sickening image that has become all too familiar to Americans around the country.

Students walking single file, arms raised, after a gunman opens fire inside their school.

This time, it happened at a high school just outside Portland, Oregon.

Fatal Oregon high school shooting: 'This is not a drill'

One student was shot and killed, and a teacher was injured. Multiple law enforcement officials tell CNN the gunman is dead from a self-inflicted wound.

Reynolds High School student Hannah League shares what she experienced during the shooting.

Pamela Brown has the latest details.


Filed under: Gun Control • News • School Shooting