CNN is learning much more about the conditions in the house where the three women were held captive for a decade.
One of the women, Michelle Knight told police immediately after she was freed that she became pregnant at least five times.
When Castro learned she was pregnant, he would, "make her abort the baby."
The report goes on to say Knight "stated that Castro starved her for at least 2 weeks, then he repeatedly punched her in the stomach until she miscarried."
How did these women survive?
OutFront tonight: Dr. Jeff Gardere, a Clinical Psychologist and Casey Jordan, a criminologist.
Is there more fallout yet to come over the September 11th attacks in Benghazi?
Republicans say the investigation isn't over, despite yesterday's Congressional testimony from so-called "whistle-blowers."
So what more are they looking for?
Former Arkansas Governor and one-time GOP presidential candidate Mike Huckabee made one suggestion on his radio show this week.
"I believe that before it's all over, this president will not fill out his full term. I know that puts me on a limb. But this is not minor. It wasn't minor when Richard Nixon lied to the American people and worked with those in his administration to cover-up what really happened in Watergate," Huckabee said on The Mike Huckabee Show.
But do other Republicans agree that President Obama should be impeached?
OutFront tonight: Republican Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky.
As we continue to learn the gruesome details surrounding the alleged captivity of Michelle Knight, Amanda Berry, and Georgina DeJesus, There are more questions about why authorities were unable to discover this house of horrors sooner.
Outfront tonight: Ohio's attorney general Mike DeWine.
Erin Burnett talks to HLN's Dr. Drew Pinksy about the mind of the Cleveland kidnapping suspect, Ariel Castro.
The homecomings of three abducted women has been joyful news, not only for those Cleveland families, but for others, still waiting for word of their own missing loved ones.
The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children estimates it is handling 3, 400 to 4,000 open cases.
Kyung Lah reports how the Cleveland rescue has renewed hope for one family that's waited a quarter century for answers.