Erin Burnett tackles Glenn Beck's assertion that Satan from the History Channel's miniseries "The Bible" looks like President Obama.
Was it a joke or something worse?
The Pentagon announced Monday it will fly nuclear capable B52 bombers over South Korea in joint military exercises. This recent news comes on the heels of the defense department move to bolster America's missile defense system - all to send a clear signal to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
North Korea appears to be sending some messages of its own today. A new video has been posted to a semi-official government website. The video shows a violent attack on the U.S. Capitol and gun sight that zeroes in the White House. CNN could not verify the authenticity of the video, but it is the second one that depicts a North Korean attack on U.S. soil.
OutFront tonight: Democratic Congressman Dutch Ruppersberger, the ranking member on the intelligence committee.
President Obama's approval rating has dropped eight percentage points in eight weeks. He was at 55% back in January , now he's at 47%. Despite the president's drop, Americans still like him with 57% saying he as the personal qualities a president should have.
But only 44% say they agree with the president on the issues that they think matter most.
What will stop the president's bleeding at the polls?
OutFront tonight: Cornell Belcher, a former pollster for President Obama, and Reihan Salam, writer for the National Review. Both are CNN Contributors.
There's outrage over Philadelphia Magazine's cover story - "Being White in Philadelphia" that looks at how some white middle-class residents there feel about the issue of race.
The article has been blasted by the city's mayor as well as other papers and blogs.
Mayor Michael Nutter, in a four page letter called the article a pathetic uninformed essay that allowed the author to "feed his own misguided perception of African-Americans... as an ethnic group that, in its entirety, is lazy, shiftless, irresponsible and largely criminal."
OutFront Tonight: Tom McGrath – The Editor of Philadelphia Magazine.
A former University of Central Florida student was found dead in a dorm room of an apparent suicide, along with a gun and a backpack full of bombs.
But what may be even more chilling are the notes police found indicating a planned attack.
School spokesman Grant Heston identified the student as 30-year-old James Oliver Seevakumaran. The say Seevakumaran shared the dorm with three roommates.
After the discovery, more than 500 students were ushered out of the building and classes were canceled for the first half of the day.
OutFront Tonight: Chief Richard Beary from the University of Central Florida Police Department.