Nothing can bring a smile to a person's face like a dancing baby. They'll dance to any music that catches their ears, including music coming from a card.
Jeanne Moos has the story.
Three U.S. sailors who were assaulted on the streets of Istanbul Wednesday were on leave for the day from the USS Ross.
Dressed in civilian clothes, and unarmed, they were verbally and physically attacked by left-wing nationalists in broad daylight.
Mark Anthony Craddock, Jr., is one of those sailors. He had a bag thrown over his head.
His parents, Mark and Deanna Craddock are OutFront.
A surgeon is now under arrest for the deaths of a dozen women. He sterilized them in a government sponsored procedure in India.
Dr. R. K. Gupta operated on 83 women in just six hours. It's horrific.
It's nearly three times the number of surgeries India's government recommends – and let's emphasize the Indian government supports sterilizing women.
Dr. Gupta spent mere minutes with each patient.
According to the United Nations, India carries out nearly 40 percent of the world's female sterilizations.
Officials are trying to the curb population growth there - it's the world's second most populous country with 1.25 billion people.
Sumnima Udas is OutFront from the village where the atrocity occurred.
Michael Brown's family attorney, Benjamin Crump came out swinging Thursday, definitively saying Brown had his hands up when he was killed by Officer Darren Wilson.
Crump made the statement on the same day the family's private pathologist, Dr. Michael Baden, testified before the grand jury after being called at the 11th hour.
CNN's Sara Sidner is OutFront in Ferguson.
Earlier this week, Iraqi intelligence said Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was dead or wounded from an airstrike. On Thursday, new audio on an ISIS social media account claims to be of the reclusive ISIS leader.
If this latest audio is genuine, it appears to disprove reports that Baghdadi was killed last Friday.
In the 17-minute speech, distributed over jihadi websites, Baghdadi makes reference to events that happened after he was supposedly killed or seriously wounded.
Officials are now pouring over the new audio tape, trying to determine if Baghdadi is in fact still alive, where he is, and what he might be planning next.
Nick Paton Walsh reports.
Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, Republican Congressman Mike Rogers is OutFront with his take on al-Baghdadi