June 7th, 2012
10:46 PM ET

Israeli Vice P.M. on Egypt election: "Prepare for the worse"

Next weekend's Egyptian election pits a Mubarak loyalist against a popular member of the Muslim brotherhood.

A video that just surfaced on youtube shows a senior cleric energizing a Muslim brotherhood rally with anti-Israeli chants. He's introducing the muslim brotherhood candidate who could win the presidency next week -  Mohammed Mursi, who is with him on stage.

Outfront: Israeli Vice Prime Minister, Silvan Shalom.

Filed under: International • News
June 7th, 2012
10:02 PM ET

Rep. Van Hollen calls for the GOP to violate the Norquist tax pledge

Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke testified today that Congress must act to avoid sending America over a fiscal cliff next year. FULL POST

Filed under: Economy • Politics
June 7th, 2012
09:29 PM ET

Bill Clinton says he's 'sorry' for going off message. Does it add up?

Former President Bill Clinton has got some 'splaining to do.

After going off-message from President Barack Obama – and most of his party – earlier this week by suggesting that Congress would extend the Bush-era tax cuts for everyone and appearing to praise Mitt Romney's business record, Clinton has begun to backtrack, claiming he just didn't have his facts straight. FULL POST

Filed under: News • Politics
June 7th, 2012
09:00 PM ET

Dr. Drew on "Bath Salts" in the military: "the end game is to prevent from detection"

Another day, another zombie – two more cases of cannibalistic behavior linked to the dangerous drugs known as "bath salts" have been reported this week.

In Florida, 21-year-old Brandon Deleon tried to bite a police officer in a drug-fueled rage, and in Louisiana, 43-year-old Carl Jacquneaux attacked another man and bit his face. Police suspect that bath salts were involved in both cases, which come on the heels of the gruesome incident in Miami last week where Rudy Eugene chewed the face off of a homeless man.

But now it appears the problem could be spreading to the military – The Marine Corps Times is reporting that the use of bath salts is on the rise among service members. HLN's Dr. Drew discusses.

Filed under: Crime
June 7th, 2012
08:38 PM ET

DUI doctor cleared in hit and run death

A community just outside Buffalo, New York, is still reeling from a stunning verdict in the case of a doctor charged with a drunken hit-and-run accident that left a teenage girl dead. FULL POST

Filed under: Crime
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