February 27th, 2013
10:33 PM ET

Immigration detainees released before cuts; GOP accuse Dems of fearmongering

The Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency has released several hundred immigration detainees ahead of the $85 billion in forced spending cuts that kick in on Friday.

ICE says they're just moving the detainees to less costly forms of supervision. Republicans call the move outrageous and accuse the Obama administration of resorting to scare tactics.

Our Jim Acosta is OutFront with the story:

Filed under: Immigration • Sequestration
February 27th, 2013
10:23 PM ET

Top Chef Takes On U.S. Hunger Crisis

The "Top Chef" is taking on his toughest challenge yet. Tom Colicchio and his wife, filmmaker Lori Silverbush talked to Erin Burnett, not about tonight's hotly anticipated finale airing on Bravo 10/9c, but a big new idea - feeding the hungry.

Filed under: I.D.E.A.
February 27th, 2013
10:03 PM ET

Looming spending cuts: Dire warnings or scare tactics?

Erin Burnett talks to Stephen Moore and Robert Reich about looming spending cuts set to take effect in two days.


Filed under: Congress • Economy • News • Politics • Sequestration
February 27th, 2013
09:59 PM ET

Jodi Arias murder trial delves into sex and deceit

For 12 days, Jodi Arias has been on the stand in a sensational murder trial where she is accused of killing her ex-boyfriend, Travis Alexander in 2008.

It's an unusual case most murder defendants don't even take the stand, let alone sit for 12 days of questioning.

And prosecutors aren't done yet.

Arias has changed her story several times, first claiming she wasn't there, then making up a story about two intruders. Now she says it was self-defense.

Prosecutors grilled Arias Wednesday about the couple's sex life, and Arias' lies.

Maher: Jodi Arias is a storyteller

OutFront tonight: Maureen Maher, Correspondent at "48 Hours Mystery," who interviewed Arias.

Filed under: Crime • Jodi Arias Murder Trial
February 27th, 2013
09:18 PM ET

Criticism grows over Marissa Mayer's ban on working from home

Marissa Mayer's new policy banning employees from working at home has ignited a firestorm.
Maureen Dowd of the New York Times writes: "Mayer's bold move looks retro and politically incorrect."

While Virgin CEO Richard Branson calls the policy "backwards" and says,"Yours truly has never worked out of an office, and never will."

The Donald weighed in, tweeting:

Out front tonight: Two high-profile working mothers who have no shortage of opinions on this: Bonnie Fuller, editor, hollywoodlife.com and CNN Contributor and Democratic Strategist Hilary Rosen.

Filed under: Business • News
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