Major Nidal Hasan, who is defending himself against charges that he killed 13 people in a shooting rampage at Fort Hood nearly three years ago, chose not to call a single witness in his own defense.
The army psychiatrist has admitted he was the shooter but denies he did anything wrong, claiming the deadly rampage was "for the greater cause of helping my Muslim brothers."
If convicted, he faces the death penalty, which may be exactly what he wants.
OutFront: Ed Lavandera is at Fort Hood with the story.
Japan is on the verge of classifying a toxic water leak at its crippled Fukushima nuclear plant - a level three "serious" incident.
That would be the highest warning since the massive meltdown following an earthquake and tsunami back in 2011.
Our Kyung Lah was the first American broadcaster to report from inside the Fukushima plant shortly after the disaster.
OutFront: Kyung Lah has the latest.
The NRA, according to the website BuzzFeed, has compiled a list of current, former, and prospective gun owners.
But this is also the same organization that is opposed to the government's effort to create a national gun registry.
Is it a sinister move by the NRA or just smart business?
OutFront: Radio show host Stephanie Miller, CNN Political Commentator Ben Ferguson and Mediate's Joe Concha.
How to stop the government and Google from watching you.
Make no mistake, someone is watching you, reading every word you write.
Tom Foreman has the OutFront investigation.