George Zimmerman came face-to-face with the potential jurors who could decide whether he'll go to prison for killing 17-year-old Trayvon Martin.
For much of the day lawyers from both sides began the arduous task of narrowing down a pool of 500 potential jurors to just half a dozen with two alternates.
The potential panelists had to answer a questionnaire that is believed to have focused on race and what they had heard about the case.
Trayvon Martin's family attorney Benjamin Crump is OutFront
Apple unveiled what CEO Tim Cook called the "biggest change" to Apple's mobile operating system since the introduction of the iPhone.
The company also rolled out a redesigned MacBook Air with an all-day battery and a new music streaming service called iTunes Radio to rival competitors like Pandora and Spotify.
But are the changes enough to boost Apple's buzz factor?
We are learning the suspect accused of killing five people during Friday's shooting spree in Santa Monica suffered from mental health issues.
A law enforcement official tells CNN 23-year-old John Zawahri was hospitalized a couple years ago for allegedly talking about harming someone.
It raises the question that has been asked after other recent mass shootings: Do lawmakers need need to focus more on mental illness when it comes to stopping gun violence? Will more stringent background checks help?
Radio show host Stephanie Miller and CNN Contributor Reihan Salam come OutFront to discuss.
What were Edward Snowden's true motivations for giving journalists the details of a highly classified U.S. surveillance program?
Snowden told British newspaper the Guardian he did it because he believes "the government has granted itself power it is not entitled to."
But not everyone thinks Snowden's actions were in the best interest of this country. Congressman Peter King called Snowden a defector and said what he did was dangerous.
So do Snowden's motivations add up?
Ewen MacAskill, one of the journalists who broke this story and met with Snowden face to face in Hong Kong, came OutFront.
Anti-government protests continued in Turkey for an 11th day in a row.
Turkish riot police fired tear gas into a demonstration in Ankara in an attempt to disperse hundreds of protesters. The unrest continued despite an agreement from Turkey's Prime Minister to meet with protest leaders on Wednesday.
Actor, comedian.... activist. Russell Brand has been paying a lot of attention to what's happening in Turkey right now. He comes OutFront to share his thoughts.