Al Qaeda has gone quiet.
When U.S. intelligence intercepted messages last month between al Qaeda's leader Ayman al-Zawahri and the head of Yemen's al Qaeda, it was seen as a major break in thwarting an imminent terrorist attack. Officials have said they thwarted the biggest single plot since 9-11.
But now there are major consequences, as al Qaeda is leaving US intelligence guessing and scrambling. Our Pentagon correspondent Chris Lawrence is OutFront.
New clues into a deadly plane crash.
We are learning tonight that the chief executive of one of California's largest construction companies was on board a small jet that veered off a runway, crashed, and burst into flames last night upon landing at the Santa Monica Airport.
The jet took off from a resort community in Idaho near Sun Valley, an area that's home to many celebrities. Kyung Lah is OutFront in Santa Monica with more details.
Is there any compromise to be found in Washington? OutFront is House Republican Jason Chaffetz, who is one of the congressmen pushing to block Obamacare.
As we've mentioned, all "essential" people – like members of Congress – will keep getting paid during a government shutdown.
But when it comes to members of the military, especially the nation's disabled veterans who often times live paycheck to paycheck, well, they're being told that they could get IOU's. Barbara Starr is OutFront with more.
The markets have officially responded to the dysfunction in Washington, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropping more than 128 points today.
So how will this latest round of crisis in Washington really impact the U.S. economy? Jim Bianco, President of Bianco Research, is OutFront.