10-year-old Sarah Murnaghan is in need of a lung transplant in order to survive and she maybe one step closer to actually getting that transplant.
A judge today ordered the government to temporarily wave a rule that prevents children younger than 12 from getting adult organ transplants.
CNN Legal Analyst Sunny Hostin is OutFront.
First Lady Michelle Obama went face-to-face with a heckler Tuesday. The confrontation unfolded last night at a private fundraiser.
She was speaking when, all of a sudden, a gay rights activist interrupted Mrs. Obama - demanding The President sign an executive order on gay rights.
At that point, according to the pool report, the First Lady left the lectern and approached the heckler saying:
"Listen to me or you can take the mike, but I'm leaving. You all decide. You have one choice."
Well the protester was escorted out of the event.
OutFront tonight: Comedians Stephanie Miller and Dean Obeidallah and syndicated talk radio host Michael Medved.
Mark O'Mara, defense attorney for George Zimmerman is asking a Florida judge to prevent what he calls inflammatory words and terms from being used at trial.
O'Mara says he is worried about jury prejudice.
The words include "profiled" and "vigilante," along with the phrases including "wannabe cop" and "he confronted Trayvon Martin."
Zimmerman is charged with second degree murder in the shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin last spring.
Jury selection is set to begin next week.
OutFront tonight: Criminal Defense attorney Mark NeJame.
Cleveland prison logs released Tuesday show Ariel Castro is now off suicide precaution watch.
Castro is charged with kidnapping and raping three women: Michelle Knight, Amanda Barry and Gina DeJesus. The women escaped from his home in early May.
OutFront tonight: Scott Taylor, an investigative reporter for CNN affiliate WOIO in Cleveland.
A source tells our Poppy Harlow that automaker Chrysler will fight a potential recall in court if it has to. It all started when the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration told Chrysler it wants nearly 3 million older model Jeep Grand Cherokee and Liberty SUVs to be recalled.
The regulator says the gas tanks can spill gas when the vehicle is hit from behind, creating a fire hazard.
But in a rare move, Chrysler is refusing the recall them, saying the SUVs are safe.
Poppy Harlow has been tracking the story and is OutFront.