According to Scotland Yard, investigators are asking Portuguese authorities for permission to interview three people who may be connected to the 3-year-old Madeleine McCann's disappearance.
McCann was on vacation with her parents in Portugal in 2007 when she vanished and her case has generated headlines around the world.
CNN's Erin McLaughlin is in London with the latest on the unsolved mystery.
Today's tragic events in Colorado bring up the question of what more can be done to ensure the safety of students in our country's schools.
Joining the discussion is HLN Law Enforcement Analyst Mike Brooks, school safety consultant Kenneth Trump, and CNN's Tom Foreman, who was based in Denver for 10 years and covered the Columbine shooting in 1999.
A fight is brewing between the White House and the journalists who cover it over the access granted to photographers and video journalists.
A letter to White House Press Secretary Jay Carney signed by all the major news outlets, including CNN, states:
As surely as if they were placing a hand over a journalist's camera lens, officials in this administration are blocking the public from having an independent view of important functions of the Executive Branch of government. ... You are, in effect, replacing independent photojournalism with visual press releases.
Ron Fournier is the Editorial Director for the National Journal is OutFront. He has covered three consecutive administrations in the White House: Presidents Clinton, George W. Bush and now Obama.
Chilling new video tonight inside the dorm room of the former University of Central Florida student who committed suicide yesterday and left behind a bag full of explosives and weapons.
UCF police chief, Richard Beary, who was on the show Monday says the evidence at the crime scene shows that 30 year-old James Oliver Seevakumaran had enough ammunition for a massacre.
"I don't think that you acquire two 110-round magazines and numerous 22-capacity magazines and that you purchase 1000 rounds of ammunition and that you purchase the 45 ammunition, I don't think you just do that as a joke," Beary said.
Fortunately, Seevakumaran's roommate called 9-11, and may have prevented mass casualties on the Florida campus.
Ed Lavandera has the latest.
The sequester hatchet is about to fall. Or is it? For weeks, President Obama has been warning that we will face financial doom when these $85 billion dollars in cuts take effect in less than five hours from now.
"These cuts not smart, they are not fair, they will hurt our economy, they will add hundreds of thousands of Americans to the unemployment roles. This is not an abstraction." Obama added, "People will lose their jobs."
But as the clock ticked closer to dooms day the President started to change his tune.
"This is not a cliff but it is a tumble downward," Obama said.
Erin Burnett asks if we're not going to feel the pain, what was all the bickering about?
OutFront tonight: Stephen Moore, a Sr. Economics Writer, Wall Street Journal Editorial Page and Daniel Altman, an economics professor at New YorkUniversity.