November 8th, 2013
10:31 PM ET

Did Lee Harvey Oswald act alone?

Secretary of State John Kerry is reigniting the conspiracy theories about the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

He says he has "doubts" Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone.

Josiah "Tink" Thompson, author of the book "Six Seconds in Dallas: A Micro-Study of the Kennedy Assassination" and Nick Ragone, a presidential historian and author of the book "Presidential Leadership: 15 Decisions That Changed the Nation" are OutFront.

Filed under: News
November 8th, 2013
09:59 PM ET

U.S., Iran on verge of major nuclear deal

Western diplomats and Iran may be nearing a deal on the country’s nuclear program.

The agreement is so close, Secretary of State John Kerry cut short a trip to the Middle East to join the negotiations – an unprecedented move.

Hopes rise for Iran nuclear accord soon; Netanyahu warns against 'very bad deal'

The emerging deal would ease some sanctions against Iran and, in exchange, Iran would stop enriching uranium to a level required for nuclear power or a potential weapons program for a few months.

The United States' closest ally in the Middle East isn't on board though.

Israeli Prime Minster Benjamin Netanyahu says “Iran got the deal of the century” and calls this “a very bad deal.”

Congressman Eliot Engel, the senior Democratic member on the House Foreign Affairs Committee, is OutFront with his take.

Filed under: Iran • News
November 8th, 2013
09:51 PM ET

Study: No more than two hours of screen time a day for kids

New studies show kids are overdosing on tech.

That's why Silicon Valley executives- the same ones who make billions of dollars from selling those screens to your kids- are sending their kids to schools without computers.

Dan Simon reports for OutFront

Filed under: Education • Tech
November 8th, 2013
09:46 PM ET

Watch out for a falling satellite!

Experts say a European satellite is running on empty.

They expect it to fall apart and come crashing to earth in pieces as soon as this weekend.

Brian Todd is OutFront with the details.

Filed under: News • Science
November 8th, 2013
09:44 PM ET

Navy officials face charges for allegedly accepting bribes

The U.S. Navy allegedly swapping secrets for sex.

It's the biggest scandal to hit the Navy in years.

Three senior officials, arrested after accusations they were accepting bribes, including prostitutes, cash and concert tickets in exchange for classified information.

All of it allegedly coming from a Malaysian businessman known in Navy circles as "Fat Leonard."

Kyung Lah reports for Outfront.

Filed under: News