October 25th, 2013
09:49 PM ET

No schools, no services, but a 500% tax hike

For generations, a small group of people have called an isolated barrier island off the coast of Georgia home.

Now, they're fighting to keep their land after a sudden spike in taxes - even though they get almost nothing in return.

No schools, police or services like trash pickup.

David Mattingly has the OutFront investigation.

Filed under: News
October 25th, 2013
09:40 PM ET

Mistress of Utah doctor accused of murder takes the stand

Explosive testimony today in the murder trial of Utah doctor Martin MacNeill.

His former mistress, Gypsy Willis, revealed details of their affair in the year that led up to MacNeill discovering his wife's lifeless body in their bathtub.

MacNeill is accused of drugging and drowning his wife and faces life in prison.

Jean Casarez is OutFront with the story.

Filed under: Crime • MacNeill murder trial • News
October 25th, 2013
09:39 PM ET

Court documents show grand jury sought to indict JonBenet's parents in 1999

Newly-released court documents in the JonBenet Ramsey case show a grand jury, back in 1999, found enough evidence to indict John and Patsy Ramsey.

The grand jury sought charges of child abuse resulting in the death of their 6-year-old daughter and accessory to a crime including first degree murder.

Court papers: Grand jury in 1999 sought to indict JonBenet Ramsey's parents

The district attorney at the time chose not to prosecute citing a lack of evidence.

Nearly 17 years after the child beauty queen was murdered, the case remains unsolved, the ultimate cold case.

L. Lin Wood, an attorney for John Ramsey, is OutFront

Filed under: Crime • Justice • News
October 25th, 2013
09:36 PM ET

Is the Defense Department crying wolf on impact of spending cuts?

The Defense Department has been warning that America's national security could be at risk and thousands of jobs could be lost as a result of budget cuts.

Do the claims add up? Barbara Starr has the OutFront investigation

Filed under: National Security • News • OutFront Investigation
October 25th, 2013
09:33 PM ET

U.S. allies furious over spying allegations

European leaders warn that allegations the U.S. has been spying on world leaders could negatively impact the cooperation needed for future intelligence gathering.

Germany and France announced Friday they want the Obama administration to agree to limit eavesdropping by year's end.

Bob Baer, a CNN National Security Analyst and former CIA operative is OutFront.

Filed under: News • NSA