A New York judge released information from the Garner grand jury Thursday. The information came in response to a petition for public disclosure.
But details from what was released reveal little about the actual grand jury proceedings.
Eric Garner's family is upset about that.
Renee Zellweger is one of Hollywood's most famous faces.
As Jeanne Moos puts it, "she may have raised more than her own eyebrows."
Now, many of her fans say they barely recognize her.
Jeanne looks at the public's reaction... and some overreactions.
NORAD put additional aircraft on standby and went into a higher state of alert following the deadly shooting in Ottawa.
Barbara Starr reports from the Pentagon on ways the U.S. increased security following today's attack.
There were 11 new U.S. airstrikes against ISIS in Syria and Iraq - six of those strikes near the besieged city of Kobani.
But still, ISIS now appears to be in control of a third of this key city near the Syria – Turkey border.
Airstrikes alone aren't turning the tide.
And Turkey, a key U.S. ally in this fight, says it's not realistic for the world to expect Turkey to fight the ground war alone.
But as the battle continues, it's now a race against time to rescue an American held by ISIS.
Abdul-Rahman Kassig, whose given name is Peter, was detained on October 1 while doing humanitarian work in eastern Syria.
Now, his mother making a desperate plea to the terror group's leader, begging for her son's release.
Arwa Damon has the story.
New York (CNN) - Bill Clinton addressed a number of crime and justice issues during a sweeping talk with CNN on Wednesday, including taking on the National Rifle Association and its pro-gun policy.
The former president, in a conversation with CNN's Erin Burnett at the Clinton Global Initiative meeting in New York, lumped together the NRA, stand your ground laws, and people surrounding themselves only with those who agree with them as problems that lead to a more violent climate in the United States.
Clinton, however, rejected the idea that several high-profile cases with apparent racial undertones mean the U.S. is more racist than it was in the past.
"I think we have enhanced the risks by changing the environment, basically, because it seems we bought the NRA's theory that we would all be safer if everybody in this audience had a gun that was a concealed weapon," Clinton said. "Then if one of them felt threatened by another, they could stand up right here and stand their ground. And we could watch the whole saga unfold. That is what happens."