CNN's Erin Burnett asks Sergeant Sammy Morris with the Cleveland Police Department whether there were any signs that could have tipped cops off sooner to the alleged kidnapping.
Scientists say they may have found a cure for gray hair. Erin Burnett reports in tonight's OutTake.
Recently, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas opened up and revealed his thoughts when it came to race and running for office.
Justice Thomas spoke at a forum last month when he was asked if he ever expected to see an African-American president in his lifetime.
"The thing I always knew is that it would a black president that was approved by the elites and the media because anyone they didn't agree with they would take apart. And that will happen with virtually – you pick your person, any black person who says something that is not the prescribed things that they expect from a black person will be picked apart," he said in an April interview at Duquesne Law School in Pittsburgh, which aired on C-SPAN.
OutFront tonight: Radio show host Stephanie Miller and Niger Innis, the chief strategist for the Teaparty.net and Sherrod Small.
As we learn more about the Tsarnaev brothers, a portrait is starting to emerge that suggests the older brother, Tamerlan may have been self radicalized - relying on the internet to learn his lethal craft.
But just how big is this on-line community and can the government do anything about it?
Tom Foreman with an OutFront investigation.