December 11th, 2012
09:28 PM ET

Oregon Mall Shooting witness: It was very chaotic, people were screaming

A witness at the mall shooting near Portland, Oregon, talks about the chaos of the shooting. CNN's Ashleigh Banfield talks to Oregon mall shooting witness, Holli Bautista.

Live blog: Oregon mall shooting


Filed under: Crime
December 11th, 2012
09:19 PM ET

WH, GOP make new fiscal cliff offers

House Republicans have sent President Barack Obama a new offer on tax and entitlement reform.

And a Democratic source tells CNN that they may accept a lower tax rate than 39.6% and the Obama administration's latest offer includes a new $1.4T revenue number - which is less than the $1.6 trillion in cuts asked earlier.

OutFront tonight: CNN Contributors Reihan Salam and John Avlon.

Filed under: Economy • Fiscal Cliff
December 11th, 2012
08:46 PM ET

Michigan governor signs 'Right to Work' bills in to law: "This is a good thing for Michigan," says Gov. Richard Snyder

Michigan governor Richard Snyder signed Tuesday two "Right to Work" bills into law amid angry protests. These laws make it illegal to force workers to join a union or pay union dues in order to get a job.

Michigan lawmakers pass bills weakening union power

Angry crowds descended on the state capital building protesting the passage of those bills.

Sweeping law limits union power in MI

OutFront tonight: CNN's Poppy Harlow in Lansing, Michigan and CNN Contributor John Avlon.

Filed under: Economy • News
December 11th, 2012
08:23 PM ET

Remembering Nicholas Cheque, Navy SEAL killed in rescue mission

Petty Officer 1st Class Nicolas Cheque achieve a life-long goal by souring to the top of the U.S. special forces unit - SEAL team six, known for taking out Osama bin Laden.

Navy SEAL killed on rescue mission in Afghanistan

We're learning more about the Navy SEAL who died in that successful mission to rescue an American held captive in Afghanistan.

CNN's Brian Todd is in his hometown North Huntingdon, Pennsylvania talking to some of the people who knew him best.

Filed under: Afghanistan
December 11th, 2012
08:12 PM ET

Benghazi attack three months later, FBI still looking for suspects

It has been three months since the deadly attack on the U.S. consulate in Libya that left four Americans, including U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens.

According to the New York Times, the FBI investigation into the perpetrators behind the assault has revealed little results. The FBI has identified several suspects involved in the attack, but no one is in custody and some may have fled Benghazi.

OutFront tonight: Senator Johnny Isakson (R-GA).

Filed under: Libya
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