In an interview with CNN, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton says she has 'absolutely no plans to run.'
Robert Reich has some insight on what Hillary may be planning for the future. The former secretary of labor has known Clinton since she was 19 years old, attended Yale law school together, served in the Clinton administration and even went out with her in their college days on a so-called "date."
OutFront tonight: Fmr. U.S. Labor Secretary and Professor Robert Reich.
Volkswagen is getting slammed for being racist over its 2013 Super Bowl ad, where a white man - excited about his new Volkswagen - tries to cheer up his colleagues, while speaking with a Jamaican accent.
OutFront tonight: CNN Contributors John Avlon and Reihan Salam.
Heather Surovik was outside Colorado's state capitol Monday because she wants to change the law that governs when a life begins.
Last July, Surovik was just days away from giving birth to a boy. She was on her way home from the doctor's office when she was hit by a drunk driver. She lost the baby and state law prevented authorities from charging the drunk driver with her unborn baby's death.
The pro-life organization, Personhood, helped Heather launch a campaign to tell her story.
OutFront tonight: Heather Surovik is joined by her mother, Terry Koester, who was in the car with her when the accident happened.