A source within the Baltimore Ravens organization tells CNN that a Ravens official knew that former running back Ray Rice knocked out his now-wife and knew there was video evidence of it just hours after the incident occurred.
This latest information comes as embattled NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell broke his silence Friday to address the domestic abuse cases that have consumed his league over the past 10 days.
Speaking at a Manhattan news conference amid calls for his resignation, Goodell announced a sweeping policy to counter domestic abuse and sexual assault, mandating all players and staff on the league's 32 teams undergo education and training about how to prevent abuse.
All the uproar, started with the elevator surveillance video of Rice abusing his now-wife. A crime that initially cost rice just two games. Goodell apologized for failing his fans.
"I got it wrong in the handling of the Ray Rice matter and I'm sorry for that," Goodell said. "I'm not satisfied with the way we handled it from the get-go. I made a mistake. I'm not satisfied with the process we went through. I'm not satisfied with the conclusion."
CNN's Miguel Marquez has more.
In a new 55-minute English-language video released by ISIS, the terror group warns America against "direct confrontation," and an executioner appears to speak with a North American accent.
CNN's Jim Sciutto has the latest.
Investors went gaga for Alibaba today.
The Chinese e-commerce giant had Wall Street's biggest ever debut. Alibaba's stock was priced to start trading at $68 a share.
It closed at nearly $94 - a 38% jump.
Alibaba finishes the day 38% above its IPO price. Good week overall: Dow rises 1.7% and S&P 500 pops 1.26%. http://t.co/JL1Y5syX6q
— CNNMoney (@CNNMoney) September 19, 2014
At that price, the company is worth $231 billion. That's more than companies like Amazon and Facebook. It's a company that's broken records, but has a very humble beginning.
CNN's Erin Burnett has more OutFront.
Parts of the White House was evacuated on Friday because an intruder was spotted running on the grounds of the complex shortly after President Barack Obama departed for Camp David.
Investigators searched an apartment and a car today of a man police are interested in questioning about the case of a missing University of Virginia student.
No one has been detained but according to the Charlottesville police chief, one of the men in the apartment matched a description of an individual who was seen with the 18-year-old UVA student the night she disappeared.
CNN's Jean Casarez is OutFront with the latest from Charlottesville.