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July 11th, 2013
08:48 PM ET

New App lets users report "unsafe" gun owners

Exposing potentially unsafe gun owners. There's now an app for that.

And it's already causing quite the uproar.

That's because it's a cellphone app that allows users to tag the homes of gun owners they deem reckless, and then share that information with the world.

That raises the question: is the app a safety precaution or an invasion of privacy?

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


Filed under: Gun Control • Tech
July 11th, 2013
08:36 PM ET

What will George Zimmerman do if acquitted?

While the nation waits for a verdict, George Zimmerman has a choice of his own to consider - what will he do with the rest of his life if he is acquitted?

David Mattingly has the story.


Filed under: Trayvon Martin • Zimmerman Case
July 11th, 2013
08:34 PM ET

Don West argues voraciously for George Zimmerman's acquittal

George Zimmerman defense attorney Don West may have been relatively unknown before this trial began, but now he's making headlines almost on a daily basis.

He has been one of the most outspoken and animated lawyers in the courtroom, at times taking on state witnesses, the prosecution, and even the judge.

OutFront put the highlights together.


Filed under: Trayvon Martin • Zimmerman Case
July 11th, 2013
08:21 PM ET

NTSB: Pilot's call to abort landing one second before crash

Investigators are looking into claims that the pilot of Asiana Flight 214 was blinded by a light, seconds before he crashed at San Francisco's International Airport.

According to investigators the pilot says that at about 500 feet - a flash of bright light temporarily blinded him.

NTSB chief: 'There are 2 pilots in the cockpit for a reason'

But according to investigators – it's still unclear if that played a role in the crash.

OutFront tonight: Keith Wolzinger a 777 pilot.

July 11th, 2013
08:12 PM ET

Martin family attorney: Prosecution "covering all the bases" with third-degree felony charge

12 days of trial, 56 witnesses, 200 plus exhibits, but did the prosecution prove their case beyond a reasonable doubt?

Today, the state tried to introduce a lesser charge at the last-minute of third degree felony murder –child abuse, but the judge didn't buy it.

"I went back and I looked at all this and I don't think the evidence supports a charge to the jury for 3rd degree felony murder for child abuse charge, so I'm not going to give that any instruction," Judge Debra Nelson said.

Zimmerman's assumptions led to death, prosecutor argues

Was it a sign of desperation or is the state just trying to cover all bases?

Outfront tonight: Natalie Jackson, attorney for Trayvon Martin's family.


Filed under: News • Trayvon Martin • Zimmerman Case
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