Aimee Copeland is the 25 year-old Georgia graduate student whose miraculous recovery we've been following all year.
Aimee lost both hands, both feet and her left leg after contracting a deadly flesh-eating bacteria last May during a zip line accident.
Doctors gave Aimee a 1 percent chance of survival, but she has beaten the odds.
Erin Burnett spoke to Aimee about how she is doing.
A teen faces felony charges for an underage same-sex relationship - is it Intolerance or abuse?
That is the debate that is growing after the 18-year old Kaitlyn Hunt decided to reject a plea deal for having a relationship with a 14-year old female classmate.
The Florida sheriff says the fact that this case involves a same-sex relationship - has nothing to do with the felony charges.
but not everyone agrees.
Sara Ganim is OutFront with the story.
Investigators are examining a crumbled heap of twisted metal in the Skagit River that used to be part of bridge on Interstate 5 - just north of Seattle.
Thursday night, a 150 yard chunk of that bridge suddenly collapsed, dropping 120 feet into the frigid waters below - taking with it two cars and three people.
Police say it appears an oversized truck may have struck a steel beam above the roadway and that may have triggered part of the bridge which was built-in 1955 to collapse.
For years, we have been warned, our country's infrastructure is falling apart.
The American Society of Civil Engineers estimates that about 151,000 or 1/4 of our bridges are either obsolete or long overdue for a replacement.
OutFront tonight: Jeremiah Thomas, Volunteer Firefighter.
New images of Trayvon Martin paint a dramatically different picture of the teen than the one the Martin Family wants you to see.
Lawyers for George Zimmerman, the man accused of killing then 17-year-old Martin, released the shocking photos and text messages as part of evidence they plan to use to defend Zimmerman when his second degree murder trial start next month.
David Mattingly is OutFront with the story.
Hedge fund manager Paul Tudor Jones says "you will never see as many great women investors or traders as men."
Erin Burnett reports.