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November 18th, 2014
10:26 PM ET

Scared dog moonwalks into a bedroom

Queso the pit-bull is afraid to walk through a doorway. Fortunately, he's come up with a creative way to put his fears behind him.

Jeanne Moos reports.


Filed under: Jeanne Moos
November 18th, 2014
10:05 PM ET

Obama orders review of how hostage cases are handled

President Obama is ordering a review of how the U.S. handles terrorist-related hostage cases.

The big development comes as ISIS released video of its murder of American aid worker Peter Kassig, the fifth western hostage killed by ISIS since August.

The White House was quick to point out that paying ransoms is not on the table.

OutFront: Retired Air Force General Michael Hayden, who served as both director of the CIA and the National Security Agency.


Filed under: International • ISIS • News
November 18th, 2014
09:48 PM ET

Fifth victim dies in Israel terror attack

It was one of the worst terror attacks in Israel in recent years.

Two Palestinian men, wielding butcher knives and a gun, attacked and killed four men as they prayed at morning services in a Jerusalem synagogue. Several others were wounded.

Three American rabbis with dual citizenship are among the dead. A fourth rabbi, a British-Israeli man, was also killed, along with a policeman who responded to the attack.

Police killed the attackers.

Dore Gold is a Senior Foreign Policy Adviser to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. He is also a Former Israeli Ambassador to the U.N.


Filed under: International • Israel • News • Terror Attack • Terrorism
November 18th, 2014
09:45 PM ET

New video appears to show Ferguson officer Darren Wilson in confrontation with local resident

A new video appears to show Darren Wilson - the white police officer in Ferguson, Missouri who shot and killed Michael Brown - in an angry argument with another local resident.

Sara Sidner is OutFront in Ferguson.


Filed under: Ferguson • Michael Brown • News
November 18th, 2014
09:44 PM ET

Supporters say Ferguson officer not getting a fair shake

The Justice Department is reviewing the police response to protests in Ferguson, Missouri following the fatal shooting of Michael Brown.

In the days after the unarmed black teen was shot and killed by Darren Wilson, white officer, police took to the streets of Ferguson in riot gear and fired tear gas to reign in demonstrators.

Officer Wilson is now a central figure in the worst civil unrest in America in years.

But who is the man behind the badge?

Ted Rowlands reports for OutFront.

Anthony Gray, an attorney for Michael Brown's family responds to Darren Wilson's supporters.


Filed under: DOJ • Ferguson • Michael Brown • News