CNN has learned that al Qaeda is in the final stages of planning an attack.
The threat comes from Yemen. The State Department has issued a global travel alert to U.S. citizens abroad and plans to shut down 21 U.S. embassies and consulates in the Middle East and North Africa on Sunday, August 4th.
CNN Intelligence and Security Analyst and Former CIA Operative Robert Baer and Former Supreme Allied Commander of NATO, retired General Wesley Clark are OutFront.
Ever since his scandalous affair was revealed, forcing him to resign as head of the CIA, retired General David Petraeus has laid low.
He has slowly been rehabilitating both his career and reputation.
But now, he's about to start something new.
Chris Lawrence reports on what's next for Petraeus.
NSA leaker Edward Snowden has left the airport and is starting a life in Russia.
According to his attorney, Snowden has already been offered a job at a social website that's been described as the Russian equivalent of Facebook.
But if Snowden does take the new job, it will likely pay peanuts compared to those people who will make big money off of his story and the stories of other leakers.
Tom Foreman has this OutFront investigation.
A spokeswoman for the Smithsonian Institution says it has not made any efforts to acquire the hoodie that Trayvon Martin was wearing the night he was killed.
Still, the Director of the Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture, which opens in 2015, seemed to have a different message, telling ABC News: "It became the symbolic way to talk about the Trayvon Martin case. It's rare that you get one artifact that really becomes the symbol."
Should this symbol become an artifact in a national museum?
OutFront: Dean Obeidallah, Stephanie Miller and Reihan Salam
Michelle Knight bravely made one last visit to the house where she was held captive and sexually abused by Ariel Castro for more than a decade.
The house is set to be demolished as part of the plea deal Castro made to avoid the death penalty.
He was sentenced to life in prison, plus 1,000 years after pleading guilty to 937 counts of rape, kidnapping and aggravated murder.
Martin Savidge is OutFront in Cleveland.