It has been a tough week for Detroit. As Motown's bankruptcy moves forward, one company decided to address all of the naysayers across the nation and took out an ad in the New York Times:
"To those who've written off Detroit, we give you the Birdy."
The ad features a large photo of a watch and the images of three watchmakers.
It turns out, the "Birdy" is actually the name of the watch and the watch is an IDEA built on Detroit's never-say-die, can-do spirit.
Erin Burnett reports.
The world's number one social network posted its biggest single day percentage gain – since going public.
Up nearly 30% Thursday to close at more than $34 a share.
Fueling the rally was a huge jump in revenue from mobile advertising - something that's plagued the company since it went public over a year ago.
Has Facebook finally figured it out?
OutFront: David Kirkpatrick , author of the "The Facebook Effect"
George Zimmerman juror B29 tells ABC that the man who shot and killed Trayvon Martin "got away with murder".
The only minority juror on the all-female panel voted to acquit Zimmerman is now speaking out.
The juror, who used only her first name of Maddy out of concerns for her safety, told ABC that she and others on the panel felt Zimmerman was guilty, but that wasn't enough.
"You can't put the man in jail even though in our hearts we felt he was guilty," she said. "But we had to grab our hearts and put it aside and look at the evidence."
How does the Martin family feel about this news? And did George Zimmerman's team worry this one juror could put their client away?
OutFront: Natalie Jackson is an attorney for Trayvon Martin's family and Robert Hirschhorn was the Jury Consultant for George Zimmerman's Defense team.
An American is among the 80 people killed in the horrific train crash in northwestern Spain last night.
A security camera caught the exact moment of the crash.
The cars separated from the engine as the train attempted to negotiate the curve. Flames bursted out of one car as it left the tracks. Another was snapped in half, scattering bodies along the ground.
OutFront: David Schanoes, the Former Deputy Chief of field operations for a major commuter rail service in New York City - one of the busiest commuter railroads in the United States.
Tourists in France are being warned about a feral cat problem that has turned violent.
CNN's Erin Burnett reports in the OutFront OutTake.