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May 16th, 2013
11:50 PM ET

Is cheating in a man's DNA? Pat Robertson says, it's natural for men & probably wife's fault

Prominent televangelist Pat Robertson told a viewer who was struggling to forgive her cheating husband – to get over it - because men can't help but cheat and it was probably her fault anyway.

"He cheated on you, well he's a man, okay, so what you do is begin to focus on why you married him in the first place." Robertson added, "... recognize males have a tendency to wander a little bit, and what you want to do is make the home so wonderful he doesn't want to wander."

Is cheating in a man's DNA?

OutFront tonight: Political comedian Dean Obeidallah, Radio Show host and comedian Stephanie Miller and relationship expert Dr. Wendy Walsh.  She's also author of the new book, "The 30 Day Love Detox."


Filed under: News • Relationships • Sex
May 16th, 2013
11:28 PM ET

Source: In note, Boston bombing suspect blames U.S. for attack

According to a law enforcement source, suspected bomber, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev claimed responsibility for the attacks in a scribbled message that was found in the boat where he was hiding.

In the message, the source says Tsarnaev calls the bombing victims collateral damage in a strike meant as payback for U.S. wars in muslim lands.

CNN's Susan Candiotti is in Boston with more on the investigation.


Filed under: Boston Marathon Explosion • Crime • News
May 16th, 2013
11:21 PM ET

Entrepreneur finds cash in ocean trash by turning marine debris into soap bottles

Did you know that America's number one export is garbage? And the U.S. is a world leader in producing garbage, beating out China, Brazil and India.

Fortunately, America is also a nation of entrepreneurs. One company is taking the trash that has been spilling into our oceans and turning it into cold hard cash, and as you'll see, there's a very specific method to its madness.

Kyung Lah has the story.


Filed under: Energy • Environment • I.D.E.A.
May 16th, 2013
11:04 PM ET

Obama on damage control after three major controversies plague his administration

Three major controversies threatening the White House - and the response from the Obama administration:

Obama: "I can assure you that I certainly did not know anything about the IG report before the IG report had been leaked through press."

White House Press Secretary Jay Carney: "I would ask the CIA"

U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder: I was not the person who was involved in that decision.

So where exactly does the buck stop?

Who knew that the IRS was targeting conservative groups seeking tax exempt status?

Who is really responsible for revising the talking points on Benghazi that led the public to believe something that turned out not to be true? And why did the Department of Justice secretly obtain Associated Press phone records?

OutFront tonight: Jennifer Palmieri, White House Director of Communications.


Filed under: Internal Revenue Service • Libya • News • Politics
May 16th, 2013
10:55 PM ET

Company fights to keep monopoly on breast-cancer gene

Angelina Jolie revealed this week that she decided to get a double mastectomy after taking a genetic test - a test that only one company in the U.S. can offer.

And that monopoly has created a controversy that's gone all the way to the Supreme Court.

CNN's Poppy Harlow is Outfront with the story.


Filed under: Health • News • Science
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