May 22nd, 2012
05:56 PM ET

Poll: Obama, Romney tied, but with warning signs

CNN's Erin Burnett looks at the warning signs that both candidates need to be aware of ahead of November elections.

Less than six months ahead of November's general election, Americans are split between President Barack Obama and his Republican challenger Mitt Romney, according to a poll released Tuesday.

The Washington Post/ABC News survey showed the two candidates statistically tied with 49% of Americans backing Obama and 46% supporting Romney. When asked which contender would best handle the economy, Obama and Romney were tied at 47%.



Filed under: Politics
May 22nd, 2012
05:04 PM ET

Callan on Rutgers Trial sentence: this was a 'shoplifting sentence'

Dharun Ravi was sentenced by the judge for bullying his gay roommate.  He could have gotten 10 years, but he got 30 days. FULL POST

Filed under: Crime • News
May 22nd, 2012
02:39 PM ET

AOL co-founder Steve Case on Startup Act 2.0: U.S. can be the 'world's most entrepreneurial nation'

AOL co-founder Steve Case talks to CNN's Erin Burnett talks about a bill that he says will make the U.S. the world's most entrepreneurial nation.

Filed under: Economy • OutFront Exclusive
May 22nd, 2012
01:39 PM ET

Front Lines: DEA prostitution scandal

A congressional source has confirmed to CNN that three drug enforcement administration agents are under investigation for hiring prostitutes in Cartgena, Colombia.

The information came from the secret service which is of course doing its own investigation in to why several of its agents hired prostitutes in the Colombian city during a presidential trip.

The incident with the DEA agents occurred at the same time as the one involving the secret service but is actually a separate incident.
The agents have been removed from the country.

Filed under: Front Lines • Frontlines
May 22nd, 2012
01:31 PM ET

Outer Circle: Yemen suicide attack

We start tonight's Outer Circle with Yemen. A suicide bomber dressed in a uniform struck a military parade rehearsal today, killing at least 100 soldiers.

We asked CNN's Mohammed Jamjoom if anyone has taken responsibility yet?

Filed under: OuterCircle
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