Georgia police tell CNN that the gunman who held firefighters hostage in suburban Atlanta is dead. Erin Burnett reports.
Former New York congressman Anthony Weiner tells the New York Times Magazine he's considering a return to politics - and he's apparently eyeing the New York City mayor's race.
Weiner quit congress back in 2011 after tweeting lewd photos of himself to women and then lying about it. And he told The New York Times Magazine the window for his second chance maybe quote "now or never."
But are voters ready to forgive and forget?
Jason Carroll has the story.
Rehtaeh Parsons, a 17-year-old Canadian girl killed herself after more than a year of torment. Her mother says she was devastated by being gang raped– and seeing her attackers go free. But it was the cruel cyber-bullying after the assault, that drove her to suicide.
Paula Newton is out front with the story:
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel describes the escalating tensions with North Korea as "a combustible situation."
North Korea "with its bellicose rhetoric, with its actions – have been skating very close to a dangerous line. Their actions and their words have not helped defuse a combustible situation," Hagel said.
Hagel went on to say it's in the interest of all countries to ratchet down the rhetoric, but the U.S. is prepared to deal with the rogue nation if they take military action.
The U.S. and South Korea remain on edge tonight as North Korea threatens to launch a medium range missile.
Outfront tonight: CNN's Kyung Lah is in Seoul with the latest.
President Obama's budget proposal - is already drawing criticism from both sides of the aisle. His budget blueprint is calling for cuts to Medicare and Social Security and includes tax increases. The president says it's courageous and stands by it.
"[D]ebate in this town has raged between reducing our deficits at all costs and making the investments necessary to grow our economy. And this budget answers that argument. We can grow our economy, and shrink our deficits," Pres. Obama said.
Outfront tonight: Stephen Moore, member of the Wall Street Journal editorial board and Hillary Rosen, democratic strategist and a CNN political contributor.