October 18th, 2012
09:03 PM ET

No work visa necessary if your startup is in the sea

A farfetched idea for a brave new utopia for startups that could be a much needed solution to gridlock in immigration reform and overpriced Silicon Valley real estate.

CNN's Dan Simon has the story.

Filed under: I.D.E.A. • Tech
October 18th, 2012
08:46 PM ET

New political ad uses Netanyahu to sway Florida voters: Jews "are not single issue voters," says Fareed Zakaria

A new million-dollar political ad airing in the battle ground state of Florida starring Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu slams President Barack Obama on his handling of Iran.

Jewish voters make up 4% of the electorate in Florida. The difference that separated Obama and Sen. John McCain in 2008 was smaller than that, so this group is really crucial. So, how much can Netanyahu's words sway them?

OutFront tonight: Fareed Zakaria, host of CNN International's Fareed Zakaria GPS.

Filed under: 2012 Election • International • Iran • Israel • Politics
October 18th, 2012
08:40 PM ET

Student visas become a concern in the wake of foiled terror plot

The student who allegedly tried to blow up the Federal Reserve in New York wanted to "destroy America" and was inspired by al Qaeda . Now, his foiled plot is raising a lot of questions about America's student visas.

CNN's Susan Candiotti has the story.

Filed under: Crime • International • News
October 18th, 2012
08:29 PM ET

Romney campaign moves out of North Carolina: "It's a head fake," says DNC

The Romney campaign today said it is starting to shift members of its team out of North Carolina. That's big news, because in 2008, President Barack Obama became the first democrat to carry the state in 32 years.

With Mitt Romney's widening lead in the polls, his campaign has decided to reshuffle its resources from North Carolina to crucial battleground states like Ohio.

OutFront tonight: Brad Woodhouse, Communications Director for the Democratic National Committee. FULL POST

Filed under: 2012 Election • Election 2012
October 18th, 2012
08:22 PM ET

Poll: Abortion a final factor for women voters. As president, where would Romney stand on abortion?

CNN Erin Burnett tackles a recent Gallup poll that says abortion is the number one issue for 39 percent of women voters. It's an important demographic both presidential campaigns are deeply focused on .

Mitt Romney has had changing positions on abortion. If Mitt does win, and he does set an agenda, what will it include with regards to abortion? Where will he stand?

Romney's stance on abortion: Romney campaign adviser responds OutFront

OutFront tonight: Barbara Comstock, Romney campaign senior adviser.


Filed under: 2012 Election • Politics
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