10-year-old Sarah Murnaghan desperately needs a lung transplant.
The problem is there's not enough organ donations for children.
Even though she's at the top of the list for any pediatric lungs that may become available for transplant in her area, Sarah could die within weeks without a transplant.
Can the government step in to help? Jason Carroll has the story.
In an interview with London's Guardian newspaper, actor Michael Douglas was asked if he regretted his years of heavy drinking and smoking - presumably the cause of his throat cancer.
He replied with this surprising revelation:
".. without wanting to get too specific, this particular cancer is caused by HPV, (human papillomavirus), which actually comes about from cunnilingus."
Douglas' spokesperson later clarified this statement, saying that oral sex was a possible cause of his disease. Douglas successfully fought cancer and now has a 95% chance of survival.
So why would Michael Douglas even raise the issue?
Out Front tonight: Radio show host Stephanie Miller and CNN contributor Reihan Salam.
Authorities scouring the river banks in Oklahoma for six people who remain unaccounted for after last week's deadly storm system.
That line of storms which spawned a number of tornadoes claimed at least 18 lives - including three seasoned storm chasers.
Scientists who fearlessly pursued these storms in an effort to better understand them and save lives.
Erin Burnett has the story
The court-martial of an army major suspected in the 2009 Fort Hood massacre is set to begin this week.
But, today, Major Nidal Hasan requested a delay. This after a military judge ruled that he is physically and mentally able to serve as his own lawyer.
And all the time he's been waiting behind bars, Hasan has been collecting his government paycheck.
Chris Lawrence is OutFront with details.
A six-member congressional delegation just returned from Russia where they met with Russian parliament members and security officials in an effort to investigate April's Boston marathon bombings.
OutFront tonight: Democratic Congressman William Keating - whose Massachusetts district includes parts of Boston - he joins Erin Burnett for his first TV interview since returning Saturday.