British police say they have identified a number of suspects in the missing case of Madeleine McCann 2007 disappearance after an extensive review by Scotland Yard.
McCann went missing just a few days before her fourth birthday during a family vacation in Portugal.
According to authorities, the review has also identified investigative and forensic opportunities that could be significant to the case.
Outfront tonight, John Walsh. He profiled McCann's case several times on America's Most Wanted and has met with Madeleine McCann's parents.
Professor and doctor, Roger Brumback and his wife Mary were found dead in their home on Tuesday.
Now, investigators are trying to determine if their deaths are linked to an unsolved murder case from 2008.
Brumback worked at Creighton University medical center with the parents of an 11 year-old boy who was killed with his family housekeeper in 2008. Is it a coincidence or something more?
CNN's Ted Rowlands is Outfront with the story.
A 30-year old Uzbek national appeared in an U.S. court Friday on federal terrorism charges.
Fazliddin Kurbanov, a Russian speaking truck-driver is accused of teaching people in Idaho to build bombs that could blow up a public transportation system. He's also charged with providing money and other resources to terrorist groups back in Uzbekistan.
Kurbanov pleaded not guilty this afternoon.
Uzbekistan is a former Soviet state that's become a hotbed of Islamic extremism.
Militants in that country are said to have working relationships with a number of terror groups including al-Qaeda and the Afghan Taliban.
Our Kyung Lah is OutFront with the story.
Russian President Vladimir Putin announced Thursday that he will use a helicopter for his commuting to work.
Erin Burnett talks about how it may actually help his people.
Soccer phenom David Beckham announced Thursday that he is retiring from the game that has seen him win championships in multiple leagues and netted him millions of dollars from endorsements and a salary that some estimate to be about $200,000 a week.
His decision to leave will, no doubt, lower his take home but don't cry for him.
Erin Burnett talks about what's keep him a kept man even in retirement.