August 13th, 2013
09:46 PM ET

From law to slushies: Former lawyers start Kelvin Natural Slush

Two guys stuck working long hours at a law firm, realized they wanted to do something a little different with their lives.

Their IDEA was a new twist on an old favorite: Slushies.

Filed under: Food • I.D.E.A.
August 13th, 2013
09:26 PM ET

New Mexico Court ruling: Non-English speakers can be jurors

Tonight, questions are being raised about a person's right to serve on a jury.

New Mexico's Supreme Court just issued an opinion that reminded the state's trial courts and lawyers that citizens who don't speak English – still have the right to be a juror.

The issue was raised after a man convicted of murder appealed his conviction because the judge in the case excused a Spanish-speaking potential juror.

That's raising the question should someone who's not fluent in English – serve on a jury?

OutFront: Radio show host Stephanie Miller, Syndicated radio show host Michael Medved and CNN opinion writer Dean Obeidallah.

Filed under: News
August 13th, 2013
09:18 PM ET

Gun sales surge in Newtown after shooting

Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy is set to be honored for his efforts to pass new gun control measures.

But this honor comes amid a backdrop of increased gun sales in Newtown.

A town that found itself at the forefront of the debate over new gun laws following last year's school shooting.

Poppy Harlow is OutFront with a look at what's behind the spike in Newtown's gun sales.

Filed under: Gun Control • Newtown
August 13th, 2013
09:11 PM ET

Family mourns victim of Facebook murder

The funeral was held in Florida Tuesday for Jennifer Alfonso, whose gruesome death was posted on Facebook, allegedly by her husband, Derek Medina.

Medina confessed to the killing on Facebook before turning himself in.

Who was Jennifer Alfonso and how is she being remembered today?

David Mattingly is OutFront with her story.

Editorial Note: A warning - the picture you're about to see may be disturbing.

Filed under: Crime • Social Media
August 13th, 2013
09:01 PM ET

U.S. breaks code in al Qaeda message signaling imminent threat

CNN has learned U.S. intelligence officials intercepted communications signalling an imminent terrorist attack on Americans.

Those intercepts led to the unprecedented closing of 19 U.S. embassies and consulates around the world.

Barbara Starr broke this news and has the latest OutFront.

Filed under: al Qaeda • International
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