Dallas Police fired an officer at the center of a controversial shooting of a mentally ill man - a shooting that was all caught on camera.
Officer Carden Spencer is now not only off the force, but could also face charges.
Kyung Lah is OutFront with the story.
A daughter turns on her father at his murder trial.
Utah doctor Martin MacNeill, who's accused of drugging and drowning his wife, came face-to-face with his daughter.
She testified about the events that led up to her mother's death and her father's bizarre behavior after finding his wife's lifeless body in a bathtub.
Jean Casarez is Outfront with the story.
Who killed Jonbenet Ramsey?
It's a cold case that may never be solved, but on Friday, we'll learn a little more about the investigation into the 6-year-old's death.
The state of Colorado is releasing 18 pages of testimony from a grand jury that investigated the case in 1999 - and according reports, even recommended indicting John and Patsy Ramsey.
Court papers: Grand jury in 1999 sought to indict JonBenet Ramsey's parents
Tom Foreman has been covering the mysterious death of JonBenet since it happened. He is OutFront.
The White House said Thursday that Sen. Dick Durbin's account of what a top House Republican leader told President Obama, "I cannot even stand to look at you..." during negotiations over the government shutdown - was inaccurate.
They said it never happened.
Durbin didn't back down. And today the White House backtracked, playing it off as a bad game of "telephone".
"The quote attributed to the lawmaker was not accurate, there was a miscommunication in the readout of that meeting between the white house and Senate Democrats," said White House Press Secretary Jay Carney.
Sources tell CNN that Durbin got the quote from a top-level source in the room – White House Deputy Chief of Staff Rob Nabors.
So, who is telling the truth?
OutFront: Democratic Strategist Mark Hannah and former spokesman for House Speaker John Boehner, Terry Holt