It's Fashion Week!
By now, most people are familiar with the stick thin models that usually walk Fashion Week's runways. But today, New York City's famous catwalk welcomed the first plus-sized clothing collection.
Erin Burnett has the story OutFront.
We are learning more about a Missouri man who could face 15 years to life for possibly infecting up to 300 people with HIV.
According to court documents, David Mangum first tested positive for the virus back in 2003 and since then he's acknowledged that he's has had more than 300 sexual partners.
Police: Missouri man secretly exposed partner, and maybe 300 others, to HIV
Including one with a 28-year-old who later tested positive for the virus two months ago.
Missouri is one of 37 states that makes it a crime to knowingly transmit HIV to others and its penalties are among the toughest.
The question is – should he get the max 15 years or is knowing you could infect people tantamount to murder?
OutFront: Mediaite's Joe Concha and HIV/AIDS activist Sean Strub.
OutFront Update: Oracle Team USA has successfully defended the America's Cup yachting race, completing an improbable comeback.
For more than 160 years, the oldest trophy in international sports has gone to the yacht that reigns supreme in America's Cup.
The best sailors, the fastest boats–life and death on the line. They go fast and they start racing, Saturday.
Dan Simon has the story.
Montana's Supreme Court blocked a much-anticipated hearing Friday that would have reviewed the outrageous prison sentence for a man who raped his 14-year-old student who later took her own life.
Montana high court blocks hearing to review rapist's 30-day jail sentence
This is a story we've been following since day one.
CNN's Kyung Lah is OutFront in Billings, Montana, with what the decision means for the victim's family's fight for justice.