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.
As the terrorist group ISIS continues its violent march through Iraq, videos showing gruesome executions by the groups fighters continue to emerge.
CNN has been unable to independently confirm the videos, but they appear to be a trademark move of ISIS. Additionally, footage of what appears to be a child armed with an automatic weapon in Mosul appeared today, adding to the fear that the country is spiraling into chaos.
Retired Colonel Peter Mansoor is OutFront. He was the executive officer to General David Petraeus during the 2007 surge in Iraq.
Back to discuss the validity of the Inmarsat data that originally pointed Flight 370 searchers to the southern Indian Ocean are CNN aviation analysts Miles O'Brien and Arthur Rosenberg, and CNN safety analyst David Soucie.
The pinger data isn't the only source of concern in the search for the missing plane. According to The Atlantic, experts now have serious questions about whether the satellite data from Inmarsat that pointed searchers to the southern Indian Ocean can be trusted. Tom Foreman is OutFront to explain why.
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.