September 2nd, 2013
10:54 PM ET

James DiMaggio's sister speaks out: I want the truth

The sister of James DiMaggio is speaking out.

Last August, DiMaggio abducted 16-year-old Hannah Anderson and allegedly murdered her mother and brother.

But DiMaggio's sister insists that may not be the case.

OutFront: DiMaggio's sister Lora DiMaggio and Andrew Spanswick the DiMaggio Family Spokesman.

September 2nd, 2013
10:10 PM ET

"Under God" from Pledge of Allegiance faces new scrutiny

This week, Massachusetts highest court is reportedly scheduled to hear arguments about whether the Pledge of Allegiance violates a student's rights.

At issue - the phrase "under God."

In this case, the people lodging the complaint are an atheist couple who claim the daily pledge violates the state's guarantee of equal protection.

But does their case add up?

OutFront: Reihan Salam and Dean Obeidallah.

Filed under: News • Supreme Court
September 2nd, 2013
09:54 PM ET

Search continues for 7-year-old Kyron Horman

It's been over three years since seven-year-old Kyron Horman disappeared from outside his Portland, Oregon elementary school, but his family is not giving up hope.

Horman: Search continues for Kyron

With the help of over 100 volunteers, Kyron's mom spent two days this weekend searching for her son.

Volunteers search for Oregon boy Kyron Horman, missing since 2010

CNN's Stephanie Elam is Outfront with the latest.

Filed under: News
September 2nd, 2013
09:42 PM ET

Diana Nyad completes historic Cuba-to-Florida swim

Diana Nyad stumbled to shore Monday after a 103 mile swim from Cuba to Florida. The 64-year-old endurance swimmer says she's dreamt for decades about making the trip through shark infested waters.

'Never, ever give up:' Diana Nyad completes historic Cuba-to-Florida swim

It took her 53 hours, and she did it without flippers or a wet suit and she is the first person to do it without a cage to protect her from all those sharks.

OutFront: Dr. Sanjay Gupta.

Filed under: News
September 2nd, 2013
09:30 PM ET

Peter King: Obama made a terrible mistake going to Congress for Syria

President Obama met with two key Republican senators, John McCain and Lindsey Graham to try to garner support for a possible strike on Syria.

The senators say they still prefer a more sustained military effort, but understand the president's position.

Is it 'High Noon' for Obama on Syria?

"It is my hope that even a limited military strike can degrade Assad's ability to project force, particularly using chemical weapons. But there seems to be emerging from this administration a pretty solid plan to upgrade the opposition," Sen. Lindsey Graham said.

But is upgrading the opposition really in America's national interest?

OutFront: Republican Congressman Peter King. He sits on both the House Homeland Security Committee and the House Intelligence Committee.

Filed under: News • Syria
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