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July 19th, 2013
09:03 PM ET

Boston police officer relieved of duty for releasing Tsarnaev photos

Just hours after Massachusetts State Police Sgt. Sean Murphy released these images of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to Boston Magazine - he was relieved of his duties - at least temporarily.

His gun, badge, and camera all seized – until a disciplinary hearing next week.

Photos of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev released after Rolling Stone complaints

But does Sergeant Murphy's punishment add up?

OutFront: Radio Show host and comedian Stephanie Miller, Comedian & CNN opinion writer Dean Obeidallah and syndicated radio show host Michael Medved.

July 19th, 2013
08:42 PM ET

Cuban weapons, ex-CIA fugitive in Panama

One of Italy's most wanted - a former FBI Chief - returns to the United States Robert Seldon Lady is wanted in Italy for his role in the 2003 abduction of a terror suspect in Milan.

Lady eventually fled Italy and ended up in Panama where he was arrested this week. But today, Panama put Lady on a plane headed for the United States.

American wanted by Italy in rendition case arrested in Panama

This story is just one of two high-profile incidents involving Panama.

A country that was under the rule of a drug lord in the 80's, the site of a deadly U-S Invasion and now an apparent tax haven for the super rich.

Barbara Starr is OutFront with more.


Filed under: International • News
July 19th, 2013
08:33 PM ET

Coroner: Asiana 214 passenger killed by vehicle

Officials have confirmed that 16-year-old Asiana Airlines passenger Ye Mengyuan was alive when she was hit by at least one vehicle as responders rushed to the scene of the Asiana 214 plane crash.

Coroner: Asiana Airline passenger was alive until killed by rescue vehicle

Our Emily Schmidt has more OutFront.

July 19th, 2013
08:26 PM ET

Mitch Albom: Detroit is not Atlantis, it will not die

Can Washington step in and save Detroit?

Michigan's governor Rick Synder said the Motor City's abysmal financial condition left him no choice but to approve the nation's largest public sector bankruptcy.

Vice President Joe Biden seemed unsure whether the federal government should do anything about it.

"Can we help Detroit. We are now going through it exactly in detail. We had a meeting yesterday just getting a brief on the status. The question is we don't know at this point," Biden told reporters.

Detroit's bankruptcy could spell good-bye for Howdy Doody

White House Press Secretary Jay Carney tried to distance the administration from it.

"You have heard leaders in Michigan say, and we believe they're correct, that this is an issue that has to be resolved between Michigan and Detroit and the creditors," Carney said.

Is bankruptcy the only way forward?

Or is the nation standing by while the birth-place of muscle cars and Motown crumbles?

Outfront tonight: Best-selling author, journalist, screenwriter, playwright and 30 year Detroit resident - Mitch Albom.


Filed under: Detroit • Economy
July 19th, 2013
06:18 PM ET

Charles Barkley: On the evidence alone, I think the [Zimmerman] verdict was fair

President Barack Obama made a surprise appearance in the White House briefing room Friday and spoke off the cuff of almost 20-minutes about Trayvon Martin and the acquittal of George Zimmerman.

"When Trayvon Martin was first shot, I said that this could have been my son. Another way of saying that is Trayvon Martin could have been me 35 years ago," Obama said at Friday's White House briefing.

The president's remarks were both personal and reflective upon his own experiences as an African-American male.

Is he opening a dialogue to conversation that needs to be had or is he taking too far?

Outfront tonight: Former NBA player and Turner Sports Analyst Charles Barkley joins Erin Burnett at 7p ET on CNN.


Filed under: Trayvon Martin • Zimmerman Case
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