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June 19th, 2013
08:46 PM ET

Fourth suspect turns herself in Ohio slavery case

Were they held captive or living freely in the Ohio slavery case?

Authorities say a fourth person has turned herself in and will be charged with forced labor. 

This latest news comes after suspects Jordie Callahan, Jessica Hunt and Daniel Brown were arrested for forcing the mother and daughter to live in inhuman conditions, eat dog food, and perform manual labor while threatening them with poisonous snakes and pit bulls.

Suspect in Ohio forced labor case turns herself in

Callahan and Hunt, who are engaged, deny the allegations and say the two were living with them on their own accord.

Outfront tonight: Andy Hyde is the attorney who represented Jordie Callahan in state court.


Filed under: Crime • News • Ohio Slavery Case
June 19th, 2013
08:15 PM ET

Actor James Gandolfini dead at 51

CNN's Erin Burnett talks with Hollywoodlife.com's Bonnie Fuller about news of the death of actor James Gandolfini.


Filed under: Entertainment
June 19th, 2013
03:28 PM ET

Celebrity chef's husband meets with police about choking incident

In London, England police met with Charles Saatchi, the husband of celebrity chef Nigella Lawson, about an incident in which he was photographed grabbing his wife's throat.

Erin Burnett asked Matthew Chance what happened during the meeting.


Filed under: International • News • OuterCircle
June 19th, 2013
01:36 PM ET

LeBron James' 'one ugly' shoe?

A new version of the Nike shoe endorsed by LeBron James refers to him as a two-time NBA champion. Despite Lebron's Game 6 comeback Tuesday night - he only has one championship under his belt.

Twitter Goes Off as LeBron's Missing Headband Sparks Epic Game 6 Comeback

Erin Burnett takes a look at his premature new shoe and other brands that may be a miss rather than a hit.


Filed under: News • OutFront Outtake • OutTake • Sports
June 19th, 2013
01:15 PM ET

Secretary Lew's new signature unveiled

The U.S. Treasury has unveiled Secretary Jack Lew's new signature.

In case you don't remember, Lew's signature is horrible. Even President Obama joked teased him about it.

"I'd never noticed Jack's signature, and when this was highlighted yesterday in the press I considered rescinding my offer to appoint him. Jack assures me that he is going to work to make at least one letter legible in order not to debase our currency," Obama said in January.

It's official: Jack Lew's new signature

Fortunately, he's changed it.

This is how its going to look on U.S. notes, such as the dollar bill.

But should his signature be appearing on dollar bills at all?

Erin Burnett asks whether it's time to ditch the dollar bill in Tuesday's the number.


Filed under: Economy • The Number
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