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June 27th, 2013
08:28 PM ET

Target, Home Depot cutting ties with Paul Deen

Today Target and Home Depot announced they're cutting ties with celebrity chef Paula Deen over the N-word controversy.

The news comes a day after Wal-Mart and Caesars Entertainment Corporation announced they would end their relationships with the queen of southern cooking.

But many of Deen fans are sticking by the celebrity chef.

Sales for her new book and upcoming cruise line have skyrocketed.

So, do claims Deen's empire is crumbling, really add up?

OutFront tonight: Caleb Melby – Forbes Wealth Reporter.


Filed under: Paula Deen
June 27th, 2013
08:08 PM ET

Obama covers his bases on Snowden: Not going to scramble the jets, but concerned

While Pres. Obama is concerned about what secrets NSA leaker Edward Snowden may yet to spill, the president said Thursday that he won't take extraordinary steps to capture him.

10 best boltholes: where on Earth could Snowden go next?

"I'm not going to be scrambling jets to get a 29-year-old hacker," he told reporters during a news conference in Senegal, his first stop on a tour of several African nations.

In the very same speech he also said seemed  to be worried about Snowden leaking other secrets.

"I continue to be concerned about the other documents that he may have. That's part of the reason why we'd like to have Mr. Snowden in custody," Obama said.

So which is it? Do you want him in custody, but you don't really want to go after him? He's just some hacker, but he's got some big secrets?

OutFront tonight: Retired General Wesley Clark - Former Supreme Allied Commander of NATO and Peter Brookes, a former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense.


Filed under: News • NSA Leaker Edward Snowden • Politics
June 27th, 2013
02:05 PM ET

Anthony Weiner on the rise in new poll

A new poll shows Anthony Weiner IS in a statistical tie for the mayor of New of New York City.  He is trailing Councilwoman Christine Quinn by just 2 percentage points and when you look over time, his support is growing from 15% to 17% while Quinn's has decreased.

What was it that changed people's perceptions of him?

OutFront: two of the new hosts of CNN's CrossFire which is returning this fall – S.E. Cupp a conservative columnist and commentator and Van Jones a former Obama White House official.


Filed under: News • Politics
June 27th, 2013
01:09 PM ET

"Digital natives" still use books, libraries

Have the reports of the printed word's death been greatly exaggerated?

The Pew Research Center says 75% of 16-to-29-year-olds have read a printed book in the past year.

Erin Burnett reports.


Filed under: E-Block • Education
June 27th, 2013
01:00 PM ET

America's dirtiest beaches

Natural Resources Defense Council has ranked the best and worst beaches in the United States.

Erin Burnett has the list.


Filed under: OutFront Outtake • OutTake • Science
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