Senator Ted Cruz is OutFront to react to the Hillary Clinton town hall, share his thoughts on whether the U.S. should cooperate with Iran over the Iraq crisis and give his take continued GOP infighting.
As the terrorist group ISIS continues its violent march through Iraq, videos showing gruesome executions by the groups fighters continue to emerge.
CNN has been unable to independently confirm the videos, but they appear to be a trademark move of ISIS. Additionally, footage of what appears to be a child armed with an automatic weapon in Mosul appeared today, adding to the fear that the country is spiraling into chaos.
Retired Colonel Peter Mansoor is OutFront. He was the executive officer to General David Petraeus during the 2007 surge in Iraq.
Dr. Oz is pushing back against claims that he's peddling phony cures.
The celebrity doctor was called before a Senate committee Tuesday afternoon. He took a lot of heat for promoting untested, so-called "miracle" weight loss products.
But even as the senators piled on, Dr. Oz stood his ground. Elizabeth Cohen is OutFront.
The U.S. is interrogating the alleged mastermind of the 2012 attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi.
Ahmed Abu Khatallah, a man seen on OutFront last year, was captured over the weekend. Officials say this included luring him to a location to minimize others getting injured and that no shots were fired during the operation. He'll be taken to the U.S. within days.
President Obama says he will face the full weight of the U.S. justice system for the attack that left four Americans dead.
We first told you about Abu Khattallah in our OutFront documentary, The Truth About Benghazi, last year. It contained his only recorded interview with any television network in the world.
Arwa Damon is the reporter who spoke to him in that interview and is OutFront tonight with this exclusive report.
OutFront tonight – Hillary Clinton faces the public.
For the first time since the release of her new memoir, Hard Choices, the former Secretary of State took questions from the public right here on CNN.
It was a town hall format, and moderator Christiane Amanpour started with a question on Benghazi, a topic that has dominated the headlines today as news broke of the arrest of a key suspect in the 2012 attack.
Clinton said that although there are still some unanswered questions, she's convinced the United States will eventually piece together the full story of what happened.
Of course, Amanpour also asked her if she was excited about the possibility of becoming the first female president of the country. Predictably, Clinton demurred, but said she's actively thinking about "all of the choices I face."