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The arrest of Jesse Matthew - suspected in the disappearance of UVA student Hannah Graham - has resulted in a break in the 2009 death case of another young woman. Erin Burnett has the latest.
September 26th, 2014
10:12 PM ET

"This is Life with Lisa Ling": Who's your Sugar Daddy?

The ol' dating cliche: an older man seeking out a younger woman is nothing new. What is new is some women want more than just companionship. And now connecting a so-called sugar daddy with a sugar baby is as easy as clicking a mouse. On Sunday, Lisa Ling goes inside the world of "Sugaring" with the premiere of her new series, "This is life".


Filed under: CNN Original Series
September 26th, 2014
09:52 PM ET

Suspect in Hannah Graham disappearance in Virginia jail

The suspect accused of abducting University of Virginia student Hannah Graham, is now back in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Jesse Matthew was handed over to officials from the Virginia Sheriff's department Friday afternoon after being arrested in Galveston, Texas Wednesday. According to police, Matthew was the last person to see Hannah 13 days ago.

Since her disappearance, police have received thousands of tips, while search teams scour over 700 square miles for the missing 18-year-old student.

CNN's Jean Casarez is OutFront in Charlottesville Virginia with more on the growing search.


Filed under: Crime • Justice • Missing student • News
September 26th, 2014
09:44 PM ET

Richard Branson: Soon we'll fly anywhere in the world in 30 minutes

More than 1,800 flights were canceled Friday after a contractor started a fire and attempted to commit suicide at an air traffic control center in Illinois. All it took was one man's actions to completely snarl air traffic across the United States. But Virgin Group founder Richard Branson says that could soon become a thing of the past. He has a new book "The Virgin Way." In interview with CNN's Erin Burnett, Branson explains why he believes supersonic travel is coming soon.


Filed under: Aviation Industry • Money & Power • News
September 26th, 2014
09:10 PM ET

Are U.S. airstrikes on ISIS helping Assad?

The U.S. has conducted 200 airstrikes in Iraq and 43 in Syria since the war against ISIS began. The strikes have hit the enemies of Bashir al Asaad. Earlier Friday, Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel said the U.S. still wants Assad gone.

There has been no coordination, "nor will there be," between Washington and al-Assad's government regarding U.S. airstrikes in Syria, U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel said Friday. The United States hasn't shifted its approach to al-Assad, who has "lost all legitimacy to govern," according to Hagel.

But will airstrikes ultimately end up helping the Assad regime?

CNN's Tom Foreman has the report OutFront.


Filed under: International • Iraq • ISIS • News
September 26th, 2014
08:39 PM ET

FBI investigating beheading in Oklahoma: Was the attacker an ISIS copycat?

The FBI is investigating a grisly murder at a food processing plant in Moore, Oklahoma. According to police, the suspect, 30-year-old Alton Nolen walked into the plant with a knife and beheaded the first person he saw.

Prior to being fired, witnesses tell police Nolen was trying to convert co-workers to Islam. CNN's Erin Burnett speaks with Sgt. Jeremy Lewis from Moore police department about the latest in the investigation.


Filed under: Crime • Justice • News • Oklahoma beheading
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