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June 6th, 2013
08:10 PM ET

Secret "man cave" built with taxpayer money found in EPA warehouse

An elaborate man cave was built with your tax dollars.

Inspectors say they found "man caves" filled with exercise equipment, fridges, televisions and microwaves at a warehouse leased by the Environmental Protection Agency, in Landover, Maryland.

Brian Todd has the story.


Filed under: Corruption
June 6th, 2013
05:27 PM ET

OutTake: The French declare war on Amazon

The French culture police are at it again.

The French government has declared Amazon "destructive" for French bookstores.

They are now looking at ways to slow the retailer's growth in the country.

Erin gives her opinion in the OutFront OutTake.

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Filed under: International • OutFront Outtake • OutTake • Tech
June 6th, 2013
04:42 PM ET

Are overly cheerful women less likely to be promoted?

Can being too cheerful prevent that promotion?

Well, according to a study if you're a woman, then yes.

Ladies, Want That Promotion? Then Quit Your Cheerful Demeanor

The experiment, which was based in Germany, asked men and women to rank who would be the best leader based on whether the candidate was cheerful, prideful or showed no emotion.

And among the candidates - cheerful women were ranked the least likely to lead.

But do those findings really add up?

OutFront tonight: Syndicated radio show host Michael Medved, Comedian and radio show host Stephanie Miller and Comedian and CNN opinion writer Dean Obeidallah.

Erin Burnett is OutFront with the new study at 7p, 11p ET on CNN.


Filed under: Business
June 6th, 2013
03:37 PM ET

Lost Egyptian City revealed

Atlantis, Xanadu, the City of Z.

Lost cities have captured our collective imagination for generations. One of the most celebrated was Heracleion - Egypt's main port in the time of the pharaohs.

According to legend it was an important place of knowledge, trade and religion...until it sank into the Mediterranean sometime in the 8th century, lost forever.

But then, something amazing happened. It was found.

Erin Burnett has the story.

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Filed under: E-Block • International
June 6th, 2013
01:05 PM ET

How the tone of Turkish prostests is starting to change

After a week of protests, some violent, tensions are appearing to cool in Turkey. The tone of the protests began to change once the government apologized for the excessive use of police force and started taking on a more conciliatory tone with demonstrators.

After a week of fury in Turkey - calm

Ivan Watson describes what he's been seeing in Istanbul's Taksim Square.

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Filed under: International • OuterCircle
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