Investigators in Georgia have returned to the parking lot where Justin Ross Harris allegedly left his son Cooper strapped in his car seat for several hours while he went to work.
Officials are reenacting the scene to better understand what 22-month-old Cooper went through before dying of heatstroke.
CNN's Victor Blackwell has more.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is making some pretty interesting comments about our nation's tax system, perhaps hinting at her policies should she run for the white house in 2016.
While trying to explain recent comments that her family was "dead broke" when they left the white house in 2001, Clinton told a German newspaper about her husband's finances:
"In our system he had to make double what he needed in order just to pay off the debt, and then to finance a house and continue to pay for our daughter's education," Clinton said.
Outfront, former Clinton labor secretary Robert Reich and former director of the Congressional Budget Office, Douglas Holtz-Eakin. He's also a former McCain economic adviser.
Texas Governor Rick Perry, one of Obama's chief critics, met privately with the President over the escalating border crisis.
Perry previously declined an official invitation to greet President Obama when he arrived at the airport in his home state. But late Wednesday afternoon, Perry changed his mind and met with Obama, riding with him aboard Marine one.
The two made their way to a meeting with local officials and faith leaders to discuss the issues. One of the officials at the meeting, Dallas County's top elected official Judge Clay Jenkins is OutFront.