April 17th, 2012
08:48 PM ET

Erin's Essay: The audacity of tax reform

CNN's Erin Burnett reveals the absurdity of America's tax code.

Filed under: Erin's Essay
What does $1 million worth of sports memorabilia look like?
April 17th, 2012
08:44 PM ET

What does $1 million worth of sports memorabilia look like?

David Hunt, president of Hunt Auctions, comes OutFront and brings $1 million worth of sports memorabilia with him.

The items included:

  • Ted Williams 1957 Major League Batting Championship silver bat award
  • Unique and historic April 20, 1912 Fenway Park Opening Day First Pitched baseball
  • Babe Ruth single signed baseball inscribed to Ted Williams
  • Historic and scarce 1902 World Series Game One program at Boston

For a full list of the 700+ items being sold in the upcoming historic Ted Williams Collection at Live Public Auction on April 28th at Fenway Park, visit www.HuntAuctions.com.

Filed under: The Number
April 17th, 2012
08:36 PM ET

Iran Nuclear Fears: Israeli Defense minister: 'we never promised not to attack'

Just three days after renewed negotiations between the west and Iran over its nuclear program, the Israeli defense minister emphasized that his country has never promised not to attack Iran's nuclear facilities. In an interview with Israeli army radio, Ehud Barak also appeared to throw cold water on the negotiations themselves.

"I do not believe the efforts of the international community to stop Iran's nuclear program will bear fruit," said Ehud Barak, Israeli defense minister.

CNN's Erin Burnett spoke with David Sanger, the Chief Washington correspondent for the New York Times and asked him what effect those kinds of comments have on the negotiation process.

Filed under: News • Politics
April 17th, 2012
08:30 PM ET

Sen. Coburn on Congress' pork spending: 'Frustrating'

CNN's Erin Burnett talks to U.S. Senator Tom Coburn (R-OK) about wasteful pork spending within the federal government.

Filed under: Economy • Politics
April 17th, 2012
05:22 PM ET

Erin's Essay: China Murder Mystery

CNN's Erin Burnett weighs China's desire to be a superpower against their handling of the death of British businessman, Neil Heywood.

Filed under: Erin's Essay
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