May 3rd, 2013
08:33 PM ET

Benghazi investigation under review after nearly eight months, no one charged

Nearly eight months after the attack on a U.S. consulate killed four Americans, including the U.S. ambassador to Libya Chris Stevens, no one has been brought to justice. And key questions still remain.

Today, Vice President Joe Biden joined Secretary of State John Kerry in honoring those who were killed in the attack on September 11th... unveiling their names inscribed on a wall at the State Department.

"I wish we didn't need a wall like this. I wish I could tell all of you and all of you brilliant young State Department Personnel up there, I wish I could tell you we're not going to add any more names to this wall. I wish I could say that with certainty." Biden added, "But the truth of the matter is there will be more. There will be more. But with God's guidance and a little bit of luck, there'll be fewer."

But are we relying too heavily on luck? Are we any closer to holding someone accountable for the American lives lost?

Benghazi investigation under review

Outfront tonight: Robert Baer - CNN Contributor and Former CIA operative; and retired Army General James "Spider" Marks also a CNN Contributor.

Filed under: International • Libya • News • Politics
May 3rd, 2013
12:33 PM ET

A right-wing group's Greek-only soup kitchen sparks protests

A riot breaks out after a right-wing group opened a soup kitchen that will only serve people with citizenship. Erin Burnett reports.

Filed under: E-Block • International • News
May 3rd, 2013
12:21 PM ET

Reese Witherspoon apologizes for drunken rant but does it add up?

Actress Reese Witherspoon pleads no contest and apologizes for her drunken rant.

Witherspoon's arrest video hits the web

Did she set the bar for celebrity apologies. Erin Burnett has the story.

Filed under: Entertainment • OutFront Outtake • OutTake
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