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November 13th, 2012
08:21 PM ET

Gen. John Allen's ties to Petraeus scandal raises questions over military ethics

General David Petraeus now joins the ranks of many senior officers who have fallen from grace after being accused or investigated for showing extremely poor judgment.

Which begs the question - what else is going on the military? Is there a crack in a culture of valor and discipline?

CNN's Chris Lawrence takes a look at the culture of the military.


Filed under: Military • News • Petraeus Scandal
November 13th, 2012
04:59 PM ET

The woman who sparked the Petraeus investigation: Who is Jill Kelley?

Florida socialite Jill Kelley is caught up in the scandal that brought down Fmr. CIA director David Petraeus. And now, her ties to General John Allen, the top U.S. commander in Afghanistan, has put his confirmation hearing to become NATO's supreme allied commander on hold.

CNN's Ed Lavandera is in Tampa, Florida with the latest.

Tune to Erin Burnett OutFront at 7p, 11p ET on CNN.

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Filed under: Petraeus Scandal
November 13th, 2012
12:59 PM ET

Paula Broadwell: Who is the woman at the center of Petraeus scandal?

Erin Burnett speaks to a panel of reporters who have been looking into the relationship between Paula Broadwell and General David Petraeus.

OutFront tonight: Fred Kaplan, he's Slate's "War Stories" columnist and author of the upcoming book: "The Insurgents: David Petraeus and the Plot to Change the American Way of War". Spencer Ackerman, is a Senior writer for Wired who covers the FBI and national security matters for the "Danger Zone" blog on Wired.com and Eli Lake, Senior National Security Reporter for Newsweek and Daily Beast.


Filed under: News • Petraeus Scandal
November 13th, 2012
12:46 PM ET

70% of Venice under water

In Venice, where nearly three-quarters of the city is under water after being hit by storms and flooding. Reuters reports high water reached five feet, the sixth highest level recorded in 140 years.

We asked Atika Shubert how people are faring. FULL POST


Filed under: International • OuterCircle
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