General Motors issues yet another recall.
The automaker is recalling an additional 8.4 million vehicles. Most are linked to faulty ignition switches. This comes on the heels of GM's announcement Monday that it will give at least $1 million to each family of the 13 people GM says were killed in accidents linked to faulty ignition switches.
OutFront, Peter Valdes-Dapena is the Auto Writer for CNN Money.
United States officials are considering new airport security measures due to increased concerns that terrorists are developing undetectable bombs that could be smuggled onto airplanes headed to the United States.
OutFront to discuss these latest threats, CNN Military Analyst, retired Army Major General James "Spider" Marks and CNN counter-terrorism analyst, Philip Mudd, a former FBI and CIA official, who served as deputy director of the CIA Counterterrorism Center.
It was a terrifying moment for passengers aboard a United Airlines flight: an evacuation slide accidentally deploys mid-air, inflating inside the jet.
The plane was heading from Chicago to Southern California Sunday night and was forced to make an emergency landing in Kansas.
According to FlightAware, it descended 20,000 feet in just 10 minutes to get to the ground as quickly as possible. No one was injured and the flight landed safely.
Outfront, a man who was on that flight - Mike Schroeder.
Reporters often have to ask embarrassing questions. But imagine having to ask about a derriere that rocketed to fame three years ago during the Royal wedding.
CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on the bootylicious question that was the elephant in the room when Pippa Middleton sat down for an interview with Matt Lauer.
It has been nearly five decades since Chuck Hagel has been in touch with his platoon commander from the Vietnam War.
It wasn't until he became secretary of defense that he was finally able to track down Lieutenant Jerome Johnson.
CNN's Barbara Starr reports on the man who changed the face of war for Hagel, who happens to be the first enlisted combat veteran to lead the defense department.