Erin Burnett reports on gamblers who are betting on who will be the next leader of the Catholic church.
U.S. officials say Monday they're not entirely sure whether a key leader of al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb is dead or alive, two days after the Chad military reported that they had killed Mokhtar Belmokhtar in Mali.
Belmokhtar had claimed responsibility for the January attack on Algerian gas facility that left at least 37 foreign hostages dead.
OutFront tonight: CNN's Pentagon Correspondent Barbara Starr, Seth Jones, Author of Hunting in the Shadows: The Pursuit of al Qa'ida after 9/11. He's also with the International Security and Defense Policy Center at the RAND Corporation. And Peter Brookes, Former Deputy assistant secretary of Defense Under President George W. Bush.
This weekend, the New York-area media was all abuzz about 28-year-old Lauren Silberman being the first female to tryout as a kicker for the NFL.
Her tryout lasted two kickoffs.
Did all the media hype add up? Erin Burnett reports.
President Obama warned us about when the forced spending cuts took effect that many Americans would feel the pain. One thing the administration said we would be facing right now were long lines at the airport.
Does Obama's claim add up?
OutFront tonight: CNN Jim Acosta has the story.
The woman behind the blog post "I am Adam Lanza's mother" - referring to the gunman in the Newtown massacre will be on Capitol Hill tomorrow.
As you may recall, Erin Burnett spoke to blogger Liza Long in December, shortly after the shooting, because her blog about her 13-year-old son Michael had set off a national debate on mental health.
Long wrote, "I live with a son who is mentally ill," she wrote. "I love my son. But he terrifies me."
Her blog went viral, with people loathing her and cheering her.
Liza Long comes OutFront as she prepares to testify about violence and severe mental illness.