New details are emerging tonight about what exactly happened on the day of the Fort Hood massacre.
Dozens of victims and witnesses have taken the stand in the trial of Nidal Hasan, who has admitted to killing 13 people and wounding 32 others in a shooting rampage in 2009.
From their testimonies, we have been able to recount the events of that day.
Ed Lavandera has this OutFront investigation.
San Diego Mayor Bob Filner, who is accused of sexual harassment by more than a dozen women is now being refused service from all of the city's four Hooters restaurants.
Posted at the locations is a sign that reads:
"WE BELIEVE WOMEN SHOULD BE TREATED WITH RESPECT."
Wow. Hooters in downtown San Diego has this sign up. #Filner not welcome here. #cnn @OutFrontCNN pic.twitter.com/mu8JieB3Ao
— Kyung Lah (@KyungLahCNN) August 13, 2013
This is just part of a growing city-wide campaign to let the mayor know just how unwelcome he is in San Diego.
CNN's Kyung Lah went OutFront with more.
Department store J.C. Penney is defending a TV ad that some are saying encourages bullying.
The outrage is directed at one scene – it's very quick – in which a mother explains the importance of buying kids new clothes for the school year.
Seeing that child sitting alone has caused a number of parents to vent their frustrations on J.C. Penney's Facebook page.
One parent writing: "Every day kids are made fun of [for] what they do or do not have...and your ad has just added one more thing that a child can be bullied about"
Angry parents say J.C. Penney ad promotes bullying
Do these parents have a point or are they overreacting?
OutFront: Dean Obeidallah, Stephanie Miller, and S.E. Cupp, host of CNN's Crossfire, which debuts September 16th .
Pfc. Bradly Manning dressed as a woman?
A photo was released to the public today, showing the former Army analyst in a blonde wig and make-up.
Yesterday, his defense used the picture, which Manning had emailed to a superior – to argue that he was mentally unstable when he leaked more than 700,000 documents to Wikileaks.
Bradley Manning apologizes, tells court he must pay price
Manning was convicted of espionage last month, and could be sentenced up to 90 years in prison.
He gave a short statement today, saying "I understood what I was doing was wrong but I didn't appreciate the broader effects of my actions."
Pentagon Correspondent Chris Lawrence was in the courtroom and is OutFront.