Six tons of illegal elephant ivory has been destroyed by the U.S. government.
The massive stockpile was seized over the past 25 years, and today's "Ivory Crush" highlights what some consider a worldwide threat - not only to the elephant population, but to the U.S.'s national security.
CNN's Ana Cabrera is OutFront with tonight's Money & Power.
The Defense Department has been warning that America's national security could be at risk and thousands of jobs could be lost as a result of budget cuts.
Do the claims add up? Barbara Starr has the OutFront investigation
Spying on lovers at the NSA.
A new report shows employees at the National Security Administration used the country's surveillance systems to snoop on their significant others. It happened at least a dozen times – that we know of. CNN's Joe Johns is OutFront with the story.
CNN has obtained exclusive access to the lab where the U.S. intelligence community analyzes the remains of nearly every explosive device being used against U.S.
From the Boston marathon, to the underwear bomber, to IED's being used in Iraq or Afghanistan, analysts at this secret lab use the latest technology to identify the bomb makers and will likely be called into action if Syria launches an attack on America.
Outfront: Pentagon correspondent Barbara Starr has the exclusive.
Federal authorities have issued a warning about a common type of hunting target that may provide too much bang for the buck.
These products are legal and accessible, but in the wrong hands, they can be converted into weapons for home-grown terrorism.
CNN's Rene Marsh has the story OutFront.