Two decades ago Susan Sarandon starred as an anti-death penalty advocate in the film "Dead Man Walking," a role which won her an Academy Award and a lasting friendship with the person she played, Sister Helen Prejean.
CNN's Erin Burnett had the opportunity to speak with both of them about their ongoing fight against the death penalty.
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A high-priced prostitute is accused of injecting a Google executive with a lethal dose of heroin and leaving him to die.
Now investigators are looking into whether Alix Tichelman may be linked to the death of her ex-boyfriend. He was thought to have died of an overdose, but now officials aren't entirely sure and have reopened the case.
CNN's Dan Simon has more OutFront.
Actor Shia LaBeouf has been released from jail after he was arrested Thursday night at a broadway show in New York.
It's been a strange year for the "Transformers" star: wearing a paper bag over his head at a movie premiere, charges of plagiarism and now an arrest. What's behind LaBeouf's bizarre behavior?
Nischelle Turner has more.
Police have made arrest involving a family member in the case of a Michigan boy who was missing for 11 days, and was found alive and well in his father's basement.
The father learned police found his missing son during a live interview with HLN's Nancy Grace. CNN'S Susan Candiotti has more.
The teen who was just days away from carrying out plans for a school massacre detailed his plot to police.
17-year-old John LaDue tells investigators he was looking for "as many victims as possible." He was planning to kill his family, set off bombs at his Minnesota high school, and shoot countless students.
Luckily, LaDue's plan was thwarted. Chelsie Schellhas was credited for thwarting this young killer's massacre. In an interview with CNN's Erin Burnett, Schellhas explains what happened the day she encountered LaDue.