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July 9th, 2013
09:19 PM ET

Pilots questioned in Asiana plane crash

As federal investigators try to determine what caused the crash of Asiana flight 214, some of the most critical evidence is likely to come from the cockpit and the crew that was operating the plane.

NTSB: Asiana jet's landing gear slammed into seawall at San Francisco airport

Outfront tonight: Mark Weiss is a former 777 pilot for American Airlines.

July 9th, 2013
09:10 PM ET

Sanford city manager testifies on playing of 911 tapes without police presence

Sanford City Manager Norton Bonaparte took the stand Tuesday, and the questions focused on a single event - the private meeting in which 911 audio tapes from the night Trayvon Martin was killed were played for the Martin family.

OutFront tonight: Daryl Parks, an attorney for Trayvon Martin's family, and CNN legal analyst Mark NeJame.


Filed under: Trayvon Martin • Zimmerman Case
July 9th, 2013
08:59 PM ET

Athletes bare it all for ESPN Body Issue 2013

Baring it all.

ESPN Magazine is releasing the first images from this year's special "Body Issue" in which a number of athletes both young and old – shed their clothes.

ESPN Body Issue 2013: Photos of Featured Athletes Revealed

The magazine says it's a chance to admire athletes who push their physiques to "profound frontiers"
But, is that all the magazine is selling?

OutFront tonight: Comedian Dean Obeidallah, Radio Show Host and ComedianStephanie Miller and CNN Contributor Reihan Salam.


Filed under: Sports
July 9th, 2013
08:55 PM ET

Cleveland Kidnapping Victims speak: "I am getting stronger each day"

Two months after being freed from Ariel Castro's home in Cleveland, Ohio - Amanda Berry, Gina De Jesus and Michelle Knight appeared together for the first time in an online video to express their gratitude to those who've supported them.

OutFront tonight: Dr. Jeff Gardere, a Clinical Psychologist.

July 9th, 2013
08:32 PM ET

Did culture factors lead to plane crash?

What happened just moments before the crash?

Federal investigators interviewed two Asiana pilots today, including the man who was at the controls when flight 214 hit the sea wall at San Francisco's International airport.

National Transportation Safety Board Chairwoman Deborah Hersman says both pilots are cooperating with the investigation.

The NTSB also says it is still too soon to tell if the crash was caused by pilot error or not.

Kyung Lah is Outfront with the latest.


Filed under: Crime • Trayvon Martin • Zimmerman Case
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