Former First Lady Laura Bush is taking the lead when it comes to women's issues. In addition to the fellowship program, the Bush Institute is expanding its programs in Africa and Afghanistan.
Erin Burnett asked Mrs. Bush, why she is so compelled to help so many women overseas.
North Korea officials "scrapped" the armistice that created nearly 60 years of uneasy peace with South Korea, after the U.N. Security Council unanimously passed tougher sanctions Thursday against Pyongyang for carrying out its third nuclear test.
North Korea also threatened in an editorial in its state-run newspaper:
"As the armistice agreement has been nullified, no one can expect what will happen next."
Is this just your run-of-the-mill saber rattling or does North Korea's new young leader feel he has something to prove?
President Obama's National Security Adviser Tom Donilon says the U.S. isn't taking any chances.
"The United States will not accept North Korea as a nuclear state. Nor will we stand by while it seeks to develop a nuclear-armed missile that can target the United States," Donilon said.
OutFront tonight: Former Obama administration National Security Adviser General Jim Jones.
On Tuesday, 115 cardinals will gather in the Sistine Chapel to vote for the next spiritual leader of the world's 1.2 billion Catholics.
For days now, the cardinal electors have been meeting to hash out their differences on key issues facing the church.
What kind of papal posturing is taking place in these final hours?
OutFront tonight: Raymond Arroyo is the anchor and news director of Global Catholic TV.
James Holmes, the man accused of killing 12 people in a Colorado movie theater last summer is expected to enter his plea Tuesday.
Speculation is mounting that Holmes will mount an insanity defense which could keep him out of prison, but far from free.
CNN's Ted Rowlands has the story.
CNN's Erin Burnett tackles pro-golfer Tiger Woods' latest win in tonight's The Number.