In North Korea, tonight marks the 60th anniversary of the end of the Korean war. For North Koreans, it's a big deal, they've been celebrating for days.
Ivan Watson has been granted a rare look inside the country. He's in Pyongyang where a military parade is about to begin.
The federal government wrapped its case against the infamous Boston mobster, James "Whitey" Bulger after 30 days of dramatic testimony, described by some as "surreal," and others as a "circus."
There were F-bombs, wild accusations, and tense glares between Bulger and the parade of more than 60 witnesses who testified against him.
OutFront: Deb Feyerick was in the courthouse and witnessed all of it.
Chris Christie picks another fight.
New Jersey's tough-talking governor, Chris Christie, had some choice words for fellow Republican, Kentucky Senator Rand Paul.
Speaking at a forum Thursday, he suggested the libertarian's views on the government's surveillance program are "dangerous."
Christie also said Paul should hear first hand from the families affected by 9/11:
"These esoteric, intellectual debates – I want them to come to New Jersey and sit across from the widows and orphans and have that conversation," Christie said. "And they won't. That's a lot tougher conversation to have."
After that jab, Rand Paul hit back, tweeting this morning:
The President and Chris (Crist)ie need to explain to 9/11 victims their support for Islamic militants in Syria
— Rand Paul (@DrRandPaul) July 26, 2013
Notice the spelling of Christie's last name. Perhaps suggesting Christie is a party switcher like Former Florida Governor Charlie Crist who is now an Obama supporter.
But will Christie's jab at a fellow Republican help him should he run in 2016?
OutFront: Radio Show host Stephanie Miller, Syndicated radio show host Michael Medved and Republican strategist Hogan Gidley.
New details are emerging about Katherine Russell, the widow of Boston marathon bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev, who was killed in a police shootout on April 19th.
The American-born 24-year-old has not been arrested, but the FBI hasn't ruled out the possibility that she was a co-conspirator in the Boston marathon bombing or, as one law enforcement source put it, "an abused enabler."
OutFront: People Magazine Staff writer Steve Helling, author of a new in-depth profile of Katherine Russell.
Ariel Castro is headed to prison for life plus one thousand years in a deal that took the death penalty off the table.
He pleaded guilty to 937 counts, Involving rape, kidnapping and murder.
After the agreement was reached a lawyer for the victims issued a statement saying:
"Amanda, Gina, and Michelle are relieved by today's plea. They are satisfied by this resolution to the case, and are looking forward to having these legal proceedings draw to a final close in the near future."
At another moment in the hearing, which lasted well over an hour, the judge asked Castro how good his English is.
Castro replied that he is good at spelling and reading but his comprehension is bad because "my addiction to pornography and my sexual problem has really taken a toll on my mind."
Can being a victim of sexual violence as a child and being addicted to porn explain what Castro did to those women for 10 years?
OutFront: Criminologist and Behavior Analyst, Casey Jordan.