Criminologist Casey Jordan and Psychiatrist Dr. Charles Sophy discuss how the Cleveland suspects were able to hold three women hostage for ten years.
New Jersey governor Chris Christie acknowledged that he underwent lap band surgery back in February to slim down.
Christie says he did it for the sake of his wife and kids.
The governor has declined to say how much weight he has lost so far.
OutFront tonight: Radio show host and comedian Stephanie Miller, Marc Ambinder Editor at large of The Week and contributing editor at GQ, he's also had weight loss surgery and Michael Medved – Syndicated talk radio host.
Congressional Republicans are promising "surprises" at tomorrow's hearing on the September 11th Benghazi attacks, which killed U.S. ambassador to Libya Christopher Stevens and three others.
The GOP-led House oversight committee is strategically releasing excerpts from their key witnesses, including allegations that the U.S. military could have done more in the aftermath of the attacks on the U.S. consulate.
But Democrats have a very different view.
OutFront tonight: Dana Bash has been working her sources on this story all day on Capitol Hill.
As the Cleveland victims return to their families, it's hard to imagine what they have endured and how they will rebuild their lives.
But other rescued kidnap victims who have found a path forward, are offering advice and encouragement to the three newly-freed women.
Kyung Lah is OutFront with their stories.
What do you we know about the three missing Cleveland women found after ten years. Erin Burnett reports