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July 18th, 2013
09:26 PM ET

Idea turns smartphone into breathalyzer

Two friends create an application that turns your phone into a breathalyzer.

Erin Burnett has the story.


Filed under: I.D.E.A. • Tech
July 18th, 2013
09:20 PM ET

Graphic new photos of Boston Bombing Suspect

A day after Rolling Stone released the controversial cover of the Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, which caused national outrage and boycotts - the Boston Police department is countering with new images of what Boston Magazine calls the Real Face of Terror.

Photos of Tsarnaev arrest follow Rolling Stone complaints

In this picture taken back on April 19th, Tsarnaev is standing in a boat with the red dot of a sniper rifle on his forehead.

Are these pictures a more accurate portrayal of the terror suspect?

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

July 18th, 2013
09:04 PM ET

Obama pressed to act after Zimmerman trial

The parents of Trayvon Martin spoke for the first time since Saturday's not guilty verdict.

They said they were shocked George Zimmerman was acquitted and pressed the president to get involved.

"At least investigate what happened at least go through it with a fine toothed comb, make sure all the t's are crossed and all the i's are dotted, its sending out a terrible message to teenagers," Sabrina Fulton said on CBS "This Morning."

But now five days after the verdict - the president has yet to make a public statement. Even though he had the chance when he went before the cameras this morning.

So why's the president reluctant to wade into what's become a race-related case?

OutFront: Kelli Goff, political correspondent for TheRoot.com and Judge Glenda Hatchett.


Filed under: Politics • Trayvon Martin • Zimmerman Case
July 18th, 2013
08:52 PM ET

Outrage over Native American mascots threaten state funding

Oregon's governor is threatening to veto a bill headed to his desk that would allow schools to circumvent a 2012 decision by the state's Board of Education to eliminate the use of Native American mascots.

But does it add up?

CNN's Victor Blackwell reports.


Filed under: News
July 18th, 2013
08:48 PM ET

Snowden controversy sheds light on secret FISA court

A major admission by the Obama administration today, Deputy Secretary of State Ashton Carter concedes that major missteps by the government made it possible for NSA leaker Edward Snowden to access top-secret information.

Snowden has exposed some of the NSA's most classified programs and has shed light on a secret court that gives them the permission to do some of their most controversial work.

Joe Johns has the story OutFront.

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