The Senate voted Wednesday to proceed with the Agriculture Reform, Food and Jobs Act of 2012 also know as the 'Farm Bill.' A bi-partisan effort in the Senate to cut potentially $25 billion from farm subsidies. Proponents of the plan say it will help bring down the U.S. deficit.
But, does it add up?
CNN's Dana Bash sits down with Senators Debbie Stabenow and Pat Roberts of the Senate Agriculture Committee.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg may be at it again. His team of health experts is urging him to nix "SUPER SIZED" snacks, including those tubs of buttery popcorn we all love at the movies. That's on top of his controversial move to ban big containers of soda and other sugary drinks.
Todd Putman, former top marketing executive for Coca-Cola, says Bloomberg's on the right track and his former company shares the blame for our country's obesity problem.
Day 3 of the Jerry Sandusky trial, the prosecution announced today that it will rest its case on Friday. Three victims testified Wednesday detailing their alleged abuse by Former Penn State football coach, Jerry Sandusky.
Beth Karas, Correspondent, "In Session" on truTV and Anne Bremner, former sex-crimes prosecutor comes OutFront.
Russia is fighting back allegations by the U.S. that they are providing attack helicopters to the al Assad regime. The Russians accused the U.S. of arming Syrian rebels. Who is telling the truth?
Washington Post Natl. Sec. Correspondent, Joby Warrick comes OutFront.
JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon said he did not know how bad the trades were before April. Is JPMorgan too big to manage?
Contributing Editor at Fortune, William Cohan and Steve Moore, member of the Wall Street Journal Editorial Board comes OutFront.