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October 22nd, 2013
10:00 PM ET

Apple introduces iPad air

Apple introduced its new iPad - the iPad Air.

It's 20% thinner and nearly 30% lighter than the current iPad, with the same screen and processing chip that's in the new iPhone 5S.

The Air hits stores on November 1. The Wi-Fi-only model sells for $499 and the 4G is $629.

Everyone wants to know if this is a must-have device or just another iPad.

Richard Quest, the host of "Quest Means Business" is OutFront.


Filed under: Apple • News • Tech
October 22nd, 2013
09:38 PM ET

Missouri town rallies for alleged rape victim

Hundreds of people are marched in the streets of Maryville, Missouri demanding justice for alleged rape victim Daisy Coleman.

Coleman who was 14 at the time says she was sexually assaulted almost two years ago by a 17 year-old high school senior who plied her with alcohol.

Matt Barnett says the sex was consensual and a country prosecutor dropped the charges citing a lack of evidence. A special prosecutor is now taking a second look at the case.

Kyung Lah is OutFront in Maryville with the latest.


Filed under: Crime • Justice • Missouri Rape Case • News
October 22nd, 2013
09:29 PM ET

What is Obamacare's real price tag?

Marco Rubio takes on the President. The Republican Senator said he will introduce a bill to push back Obamacare.

The deadline to signup or face penalties is March 31st. Rubio says it's just not ready for primetime.

"The problems inherent in the way this website operates are very significant and I think it's going to be very difficult to reverse this in a number of weeks," Sen. Rubio on "CBS This Morning."

The White House - not surprisingly is not budging. But they could be facing even more pressure as the real cost of Obamacare is just now coming to light.

Casey Wian is OutFront.


Filed under: News • Obamacare • Politics
October 22nd, 2013
09:10 PM ET

Utah Boulder vandal's link to Jodi Arias

Utah state park officials are working to determine the type of punishment three men will face for tipping over a 2,000-pound ancient boulder.

The men, who filmed themselves destroying the natural wonder, can be seen in a video posted online cheering when former Scout Leader Glenn Taylor knocks the rock from its perch where it had sat for 170 million years.

We're also learning that Taylor, the man at the center of this illegal stunt, has ties to another high-profile case.

Tom Foreman is OutFront with the story.


Filed under: Jodi Arias Murder Trial • News
October 22nd, 2013
09:06 PM ET

Is the mystery girl in Greece from the U.S.?

Thousands of leads have been pouring in from around the world after a blond hair, blue-eyed girl was discovered in a Greek Roma community last week.

Hopeful parents think the abducted girl could be their daughter and officials are looking into 10 missing children cases.

Greece mystery girl: Interpol says no DNA match in its database

The FBI is in touch with Greek authorities about the case of Lisa Irwin who vanished from her home in Kansas City, Missouri two years ago.

George Howell is OutFront.


Filed under: News
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