August 22nd, 2013
10:09 PM ET

Man seeks visitation rights for child he fathered through rape

Imagine getting raped, giving birth to a baby, and four years later going to court to stop the rapist from seeing your child.

That's what's happening in Massachusetts. Twenty-four-year-old Jamie Melendez was convicted of raping a 14-year-old girl in 2009 and now he wants visitation rights.

This is a topic we have covered on OutFront and as we have reported, rapists are entitled to parental rights in 31 states across the United States.

OutFront: Legal analyst Paul Callan.

Filed under: Crime • News
August 22nd, 2013
09:36 PM ET

Chris Lane Murder Suspect's Sister: He's never been a vicious person

Did boredom lead to murder?

There are new details about what may have motivated three teens to allegedly shoot and kill 23-year-old Australian baseball player Christopher Lane.

Suspect in killing of Australian Chris Lane tweeted: 'time to start taken life's'

Three days before Lane was gunned down from behind while he was jogging, 15-year-old murder suspect, James Edwards Jr. tweeted

OutFront: Rachel Padilla is James Edwards' sister.

Filed under: Australia student killed Oklahoma • Crime • News
August 22nd, 2013
09:11 PM ET

Foreign governments are spying on you

If you thought the National Security Agency and big American tech companies like Google were the biggest threats to your privacy, you may want to think again.

The spying that's taking place in the United States is nothing compared to what's happening overseas and in countries the U.S. considers to be a close ally.

Tom Foreman has the OutFront investigation.

Filed under: International • News • Under Surveillance
August 22nd, 2013
09:04 PM ET

Hannah Anderson: "I consider myself a survivor"

Kidnapped teen Hannah Anderson speaks out for the first time.

The 16-year-old says she text with the man who abducted her 13 times on the day she was taken.

First Hannah Anderson TV interview: 'My mom raised me to be strong'

Anderson says, there was nothing improper in those texts.

She spoke about her relationship with Joe DiMaggio in an interview on NBC's Today show.

OutFront: Clinical Psychologist Dr. Jeff Gardere.

August 22nd, 2013
08:33 PM ET

Bradley Manning wants to serve sentence as a woman: "I am Chelsea Manning"

"I am Chelsea Manning."

That was the bombshell announcement from Bradley Manning Thursday, one day after the Army private was sentenced to 35 years in prison for the biggest leak of classified information in American history.

Manning says he wants to live as a woman and begin hormone therapy as soon as possible.

Will it lead to a pardon? And will the Army let him get a sex change?

Chris Lawrence has the story.

Filed under: Bradley Manning • Wikileaks
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