January 16th, 2013
10:08 PM ET

Notre Dame's Manti Te'o victim or participant of elaborate hoax?

Notre Dame's Star Linebacker claims he's the victim of a bizarre hoax. Manti Te'o says he was conned by a woman into an internet relationship.
The university held a late press conference on the case.

CNN's Ted Rowlands is following the story.  FULL POST

Filed under: News • Sports
January 16th, 2013
09:23 PM ET

"London Whale" Eats Half of JP Morgan CEO's Pay

JP Morgan Chase has its best year ever, so why did its CEO take a pay cut. Erin Burnett reports.

Filed under: Business • The Number
January 16th, 2013
09:07 PM ET

NRA Ad Targets Obama's Daughters: Was the ad out of line?

The National Rifle Association is out with an explosive new ad that targets President Obama's gun control proposals and his family.

"Are the president's kids more important than yours?" a narrator says in the 30 second ad. "Then why is he skeptical about putting armed security in our schools, when his kids are protected by armed guards at their school."

Was the ad out of line?

OutFront tonigjt: CNN Contributors Reihan Salam and Roland Martin.

Filed under: Gun Control • News
January 16th, 2013
08:59 PM ET

"Mali is the first victim of Libya," says Rep. Mike Rogers

Rep. Mike Rogers (R-MI) weighs in on the conflict in Mali and says the administration needs an 'overarching' plan for the region.


Filed under: International • Libya • Mali
January 16th, 2013
08:41 PM ET

Rep. Royce prefers raid over ransom in Algeria kidnapping case

U.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta is calling the kidnapping of Americans in Algeria is a terrorist attack.

Algeria's interior minister says Islamists angry over Algeria's support for the French offensive in Mali attacked an oil field in southern Algeria today, killing two people and seizing a number of hostages.

The exact number of U.S. hostages is unclear - the U.S. government says perhaps as few as three American are being held.

OutFront tonight: Representative Ed Royce (R-CA) is the chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee.

He called the terrorist attack in Algeria "the latest demonstration of a large and growing radical movement across North Africa."

Rep. Royce also supports the French offensive against the militants in Mali.

Filed under: International • National Security • News
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