Americans can't seem to come to a consensus on pot.
Maybe it's because we can't decide on what it's used for.
Doritos on menu at Seattle Hempfest, courtesy of local police
Erin Burnett explains in the OutFront OutTake.
While speaking to a group of Republicans in Boston, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie made his case for 2016.
Some think he took down a few of his potential rivals too.
OutFront CNN Opinion columnist Dean Obeidallah and Hogan Gidley, former national communications for Rick Santorum, weigh in on the speech.
Booz Allan Hamilton, NSA-leaker Edward Snowden’s former employer, was awarded part of a cybersecurity contract worth up to $6 billion.
Why is the government rewarding Booz Allen Hamilton just months after one of the worst intelligence leaks in U.S. history?
Chris Lawrence reports for OutFront.
At least 580 people have been killed and more than 4,000 injured in violent clashes in Egypt.
Condemnation of Egypt protest response mounts
President Obama canceled a joint military exercise with Egypt, but some are calling on the administration to do more, including cutting off aid.
State Department spokesperson Jen Psaki tells Erin Burnett why Egypt is still receiving aid.
Another woman is accusing San Diego Mayor Bob Filner of sexual harassment, bringing the list of accusers to 16.
This time, it’s a great-grandmother.
Filner says he won't resign, but the city attorney is now telling CNN that he may be able to force the mayor out of office, and it’s in connection to a report from CNN’s Kyung Lah earlier this week.
San Diego Mayor Filner's expenses under scrutiny
Continuing with her OutFront investigation on the San Diego mayor, Lah reports on the key pieces of information the city is now looking at.