Today, more than 80 high-profile Republicans signed a brief before the Supreme Court in support of same-sex marriage.
Among those who signed the document:
So is this a sign the GOP's opposition to same-sex marriage is crumbling?
OutFront tonight: CNN Contributor & Republican Strategist Ana Navarro, who signed the brief, and Tim Carney, Senior Political Columnist, Washington Examiner.
A study released Tuesday shows the number of women between the age 25 and 39 getting diagnosed with advanced breast cancer is going up.
The Susan G. Koman foundation says:
"In the U.S one woman is diagnosed with breast cancer every three minutes and every thirteen minutes one of them dies."
Outfront tonight: Doctor Marisa Wiess who specializes in breast cancer treatment.
For the first time in 600 years, the pope will resign voluntarily and he will soon have a new title and a new look.
The Vatican announced today that Pope Benedict XVI will keep his name, but will be called "Pope Emeritus" or the "Roman pontiff emeritus" after he steps down as leader of the Roman Catholic Church on Thursday.
Benedict will also be changing his wardrobe slightly as he will no longer wear the traditional red shoes, opting for brown instead, and he will dress in a simple white cassock.
What do these changes mean? Raymond Arroyo is the anchor and news director of Global Catholic TV and he is Outfront tonight.
In South Africa today, Olympic runner Oscar Pistorius gave tribute to Reeva Steenkamp, the late girlfriend he is accused of murdering, with a private memorial service.
The Olympic star has been charged with premeditated murder after shooting Steenkamp in his home on Valentine's day. Pistorius says it was a tragic accident and he shot Steenkamp because he thought she was an intruder.
Pistorius is free on bail but the question tonight is will this case ever make it to trial?
CNN Legal Analyst, Jeffrey Toobin says there is a strong likelihood it could end in a plea deal and he is Outfront tonight with criminal defense attorney, Anne Bremner.
One year after 17 year-old Trayvon Martin was shot and killed in Florida by neighborhood watchman George Zimmerman, the case is still waiting to be heard in court.
Trayvon's parents are in New York City tonight where they attended a vigil in Union Square a short time ago and joined hundreds of people observing a moment of silence.
Zimmerman, who says he shot Trayvon Martin in self-defense remains in Florida and that's where our David Mattingly is tonight with the latest.