Towards the end of President Barack Obama's speech at the United Nations he touted his foreign policy accomplishments. But, does it add up?
OutFront tonight: Robert O'Brien, Romney campaign foreign policy and national security adviser and Colin Kahl, Obama campaign foreign policy surrogate and former deputy assistant secretary of defense for the Middle East.
President Barack Obama recently launched a program granting work permits and temporary legal status to millions of young illegal immigrants. Mitt Romney favors strict enforcement of the law and encouraging illegal immigrants to self-deport.
CNN's Casey Wian follows two individuals, a sheriff and a student with contrasting views of Romney and Obama's plans for illegal immigrants.
CNN's Erin Burnett discusses a new ad campaign in the UK that can track your location.
The company that makes the iPhone for Apple was forced to suspend production Monday. According to police reports, 2,000 FoxConn employees were involved in a massive brawl at one of the facility's dormitories Sunday night. The fight resulted in broken windows, a fire and 40 people requiring medical attention. It took 5,000 police officers almost four hours to finally restore order.
According to analysts, the plant shutdown should not have that much of an impact on supply lines, because of the way the factory spreads out its manufacturing. So, don't worry, you'll still be able to get all your favorite Apple products.
Which brings us to tonight's number: 5 MILLION. FULL POST
In London, where a man is in critical condition with an unknown virus related to the deadly SARS infection. The World Health organization has issued a global alert over the new virus.
CNN's Atika Shubert is in London and we ask her if she knows how he contracted the virus.