January 4th, 2013
09:16 PM ET

Rep. Pallone: Sandy aid package is 'too little, too late'

House approves a nearly $10 billion aid package to Sandy victims. Is it too Little, too late? That's how Congressman Frank Pallone (D-NJ) is describing the relief package.

But Pallone and other lawmakers in New York want 60 billion dollars. House Speaker Boehner says a vote on the remaining 51-billion will happen on January 15th.

But representative Pallone says that's not good enough and he is Outfront.

Filed under: "Superstorm" Sandy • Congress • News • Politics
January 4th, 2013
09:02 PM ET

Movie stars flee France: Actress Brigitte Bardot considering a move to Russia

Is Russian President Vladimir Putin collecting French movie stars?

Legendary actress Brigitte Bardot has announced that she is also considering a move to Russia if Putin is willing to issue her citizenship too.

Putin offers citizenship to Depardieu

Unlike French actor Gerard Depardieu, who is considering moving to Russia over high taxes in France - Bardot is leaving over animals. Erin Burnett has the story.

Filed under: E-Block • International
January 4th, 2013
08:39 PM ET

CNN Presents: "The Coming Storms," airing Sunday 8p ET

Are we ready for the next super storm? A team of CNN reporters and producers have spent the past three months investigating the power and aftermath of super storm sandy.

As it turns out, we came dangerously close to never receiving the early warning of widespread flooding and power outages.

OutFront tonight: CNN Meteorologist Chad Myers with a preview of "The Coming Storms" - airing Sunday, 8p ET.

Filed under: "Superstorm" Sandy • OutFront Preview • Weather
January 4th, 2013
08:30 PM ET

Al Gore's big payday, Al-Jazeera pays $500 million for Current TV

In the television deal of the week, Al-Jazeera, the Qatar-based news network, bought Current TV. The struggling left-leaning network co-founded by former Vice President Al Gore was acquired for a reported $500 million. FULL POST

Filed under: Business • International • News
January 4th, 2013
08:24 PM ET

Will America's Next President be Black?

Will America's Next President be Black? BuzzFeed's Ben Smith not only believes it to be true, in his new provocative article he's outlined why.

Among the reasons he writes: "African-Americans represent a vital voting bloc in Democratic primaries, and they – like most ethnic groups – typically rally around the favorite son or daughter."

OutFront is Ben Smith along with CNN Contributor Reihan Salam and Political Analyst Roland Martin.

Filed under: News • Politics
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