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The captain of the sunken ferry in South Korea was formally charged and is in custody, state-run media reported early Saturday, citing prosecutors and police. Erin Burnett has more.
November 22nd, 2013
09:26 PM ET

Use of drug "Molly" on the rise in America

The party drug molly is seeing a rise in popularity.

The drug is dangerous, one DEA official telling CNN, "You're playing Russian roulette if you take these compounds" in molly.

9 things everyone should know about the drug Molly

We decided to take CNN'S cameras undercover to find out what molly users actually know about the drug they are taking.

Drew Griffin has the special OutFront investigation.

Filed under: Drugs • News • OutFront Investigation
October 29th, 2013
08:34 PM ET

Marine could lose career for exposing insider threat

After 13 years with the Marines, a single e-mail that many say could have saved lives is threatening to end Major Jason Brezler's career.

Brezler used his personal email account to try to warn marines that a high-ranking Afghan official was a security risk.

No one acted on Brezler's warning and three marines were killed months later.

So why is Major Brezler the only one facing backlash?

Ivan Watson has this OutFront investigation.


Filed under: Military • News • OutFront Investigation
October 25th, 2013
09:36 PM ET

Is the Defense Department crying wolf on impact of spending cuts?

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

Filed under: National Security • News • OutFront Investigation
September 5th, 2013
09:55 PM ET

Critics: Tax-exempt groups cheat the system

Too political to be tax exempt?

Tonight we're taking you to the heart the targeting scandal that rocked the IRS political organizations on both sides of the isle that seek a tax-exempt status.

And, as part of a special week-long OutFront investigation, our Gloria Borger looks into whether these groups are hiding their true intentions and cheating the system, and other taxpayers.

September 4th, 2013
10:58 PM ET

IRS Official at the center of scandal remains silent amid investigation

CNN is learning new information about the IRS official who became a political lightning rod for her role in the tax targeting scandal.

Lois Lerner admitted her department at the IRS wrongly sought out conservative groups, like the Tea Party. But she clammed up when she was subpoenaed to testify about it.

As part of a special week-long OutFront investigation, our Drew Griffin looks into whether Lerner's actions were political or just the result of an overzealous IRS official.

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