April 16th, 2012
07:42 PM ET

Buffett Rule fails to advance in Senate, as Dejoria says 'Make it mandatory'

Senate Democrats Monday night failed to get the votes necessary to advance President Obama's "Buffett Rule," which would require a minimum 30 percent tax for millionaires. On OutFront, Paul Mitchell founder John Paul Dejoria said those who have more want to do the right thing, but fear money being mishandled. He told CNN's Erin Burnett smart people could address the budget, and that giving back should "be mandatory."

Filed under: Politics
April 16th, 2012
01:48 PM ET

'Anonymous' hacker busted by revealing photo

ANONYMOUS is a group of internet hackers responsible for cyber-attacks on government agencies and media organizations around the world. One of the more notorious members of the group was a hacker nicknamed "W0rmer."

Filed under: Erin's Essay