No compromise. No movement. There were theatrics in Washington today, but no progress towards ending the four-day-old government shutdown.
OutFront tonight: the President of Americans for Tax Reform, Grover Norquist, former adviser to president Bill Clinton, Paul Begala, and Executive Editor of the Daily Beast John Avlon.
Authorities are investigating why a 34-year-old Connecticut woman rammed barricades and led police on a chase near the U.S. Capitol that ended in her death.
We now know that the driver's one-year-old daughter, who was with her in the car is now in the custody of Washington's child and family services agency, and is currently staying with a foster family.
Deborah Feyerick is OutFront with more.
The Montana bride charged with pushing her husband off a cliff to his death was arraigned Friday on murder charges.
A federal grand jury on Thursday charged Jordan Linn Graham with first and second-degree murder, and making false statements.
Casey Wian is OutFront.
New developments in a case of high-speed road rage.
Officials tell CNN an undercover New York City police officer was on the scene when a pack of bikers chased down and beat up a SUV driver on Sunday.
Police are still investigating the violent confrontation caught on tape, and are also questioning another biker on the scene.
Susan Candiotti is OutFront.
Senator Ted Cruz - political hero or villain?
Cruz has been the driving force behind the Republican push to tie government funding to derailing Obamacare. But he says the Democrats are to blame for shutting down the government.
"The reason we have a shutdown right now is because Harry Reid and President Obama want a shutdown and they have refused to compromise at all, and unfortunately, Harry Reid and President Obama believe this shutdown benefits them as a partisan political matter, and that's why you're seeing these sorts of cynical decisions," Cruz said.
As the shutdown goes on, Cruz's Republican colleagues are getting fed up.
Even Minority Leader Mitch McConnell joined in the Cruz bashing during a private caucus lunch.
But in his home-state of Texas - Republicans are still standing by the freshman Senator.
CNN's Ed Lavandera is OutFront with the story.