Faraj- al Shibli, a Libyan national has been detained for his connection to the September terrorist attack on an American diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya.
He is the only known suspect in custody in connection with the attack in Benghazi.
It's been six months since ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other Americans were killed after militants linked to al-Qaeda stormed the consulate in Libya. President Obama has vowed to bring the killers to justice, but so far, no one has been charged.
OutFront tonight: Representative Jason Chaffetz (R- UT). He's a member of the house oversight committee and he's been one of the most vocal critics of the administrations handling of the Benghazi attack
"All options are on the table," were the words of President Obama to Israel Channel 2 TV Thursday on the subject of Iran.
"I have been crystal clear about my position on Iran possessing a nuclear weapon - that is a red line for us." Obama added, "If we can resolve it diplomatically that's a more lasting solution, but if not I continue to keep all options on the table."
Erin asks what does "all options on the table" mean more than a month after North Korea tested its third nuclear device.
OutFront tonight: Democratic Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Chair of the Democratic National Committee.
Erin Burnett tackles Russian President Vladimir Putin's plans to reintroduce Stalin-era fitness tests for young Russians in tonight's essay.
One month after the Carnival Triumph left thousands of passengers stranded without power and working toilets and showers, vacationers on the Carnival Dream are now being flown home from the Caribbean after experiencing what they say were similar conditions.
Their ship with 4,300 guests was supposed to depart St. Maarten Wednesday, but the ship suffered a generator failure while at port.
Frustrated passengers tell CNN they weren't allowed to leave the ship – even though the bathrooms were overflowing.
But Carnival is disputing those claims.
Our Brian Todd has the story.
Christmas Abbott is the latest woman to join the challenging, male dominated world of NASCAR.
Her task? Bolting tires in the pits.
A physically grueling task that few women have ever attempted before.
Erin Burnett has the story.