Florida lawmakers want to dissolve the small town of Hampton over outrageous corruption allegations, but is this the best solution? Joining Ed Lavandera is National Review columnist Reihan Salam.
Is the small town of Hampton, Florida the most corrupt town in America?
The former mayor is in jail for selling drugs and tens of thousands of dollars belonging to the town remain unaccounted for.
State lawmakers have an idea to clean it up – they want to wipe the town off the map, but not everyone's on board.
CNN's Ed Lavandera has the story.
The No. 2 grocery-store operator in the U.S. has been gobbled up by a very hungry private equity firm.
Cerberus Capital Management bought Safeway for $9.4 billion in a deal that will merge the grocery chain with Albertsons, which the firm previously bought.
Cerberus is hoping the now massive chain will be able to cut costs and better compete with big-box retailers like Costco.
Safeway shares fell following the news.
Joining us tonight with some more perspective is Daily Beast Columnist Daniel Gross.
Outfront tonight with more insight on the showdown between the U.S. and Russia is journalist and author Carl Bernstein – who is also a CNN contributor – and Stephen Cohen, Professor Emeritus of Russian Studies at NYU and Princeton University and also the author of a cover story for The Nation this week called "Media Malpractice: Putin, Sochi and Ukraine."
The woman who drove her three young children into the ocean has been arrested and charged with three counts of attempted first-degree murder and three counts of aggravated child abuse.
We're now hearing the 911 call Ebony Wilkerson's sister made just hours before Wilkerson drove her children into the water. In it, she details her attempts to keep Wilkerson and the children safe and mentions her sister was abused by her husband. FULL POST