The makers of new bracelet are promising to revolutionize the dating world. Their concept - bright-colored bracelets that make it easy for folks on the market to spot each other.
After all – people wear wedding rings to show they're married. So why not a bracelet to let folks know you're single and ready to mingle.
OutFront: Stephanie Miller, Dean Obeidallah and Michael Medved.
Former heavy weight boxing champ Mike Tyson is opening up about his battle to stay sober.
"I won't survive if I don't get help," Tyson said.
He turned a promotional press conference last week into a confessional - admitting that he's a "vicious alcoholic".
Tyson spoke to NBC's "The Today Show" about his ongoing struggle with substance abuse, saying he won't survive if he doesn't get help.
"When I start drinking and I relapse, I think of dying. When I'm in a real dark mood, I think of dying. And I don't want to be around no more, sometimes I don't want to live when I'm in that state. Tyson continued, "it's a real challenge because I don't know if I like this sober guy, it's hard for me to live normal, straight is hard.
Outfront: Dr. Drew Pinksy, host of HLN's Dr. Drew on Call.
There are new developments regarding a Montana judge's decision to sentence a former teacher to a month in prison for raping his 14-year old student – who later killed herself.
It's a story we've been following, and now prosecutors say they're planning a potential appeal that could put this former teacher behind bars for much longer than 30 days.
CNN's Kyung Lah is OutFront with the new details.
Shellie Zimmerman, the wife of George Zimmerman, stood by his side during his trial for killing Trayvon Martin. But his acquittal has not put an end to the couple's troubles.
Shellie Zimmerman got probation for lying under oath about the couple's finances. In an interview with ABC's Good Morning Ameria, she spoke out about her marriage.
Zimmerman said she wants to have children and stay married, but when asked whether she wanted to stay with George.
"That's something I'm going to have think about," Zimmerman said.
OutFront: CNN's Martin Savidge.
The justice department announced it won't try to block new laws in Washington<span style state and Colorado legalizing marijuana use.
What does this mean for pot in the rest of the country?
OutFront: Criminal Defense Attorney and CNN Legal Analyst, Danny Cevallos.