November 12th, 2013
10:01 PM ET

Ryan Ferguson freed after murder conviction is thrown out

After ten years in prison for murder, a murder he says he never committed, 29-year-old Ryan Ferguson is a free man.

Last week, an appeals court threw out his 2005 murder conviction, saying the prosecution withheld evidence.

On Tuesday, the Missouri Attorney General announced he won't re-try Ferguson.

Convicted murderer says he was wrongly accused: My life is on the line

Ferguson has spent the past decade in a maximum-security prison for the murder of a local sports journalist.

David Mattingly is OutFront. He's been following this story and recently met with Ferguson.

Filed under: Justice • News
November 12th, 2013
09:53 PM ET

Rescuers struggle to get relief to typhoon survivors

International organizations are racing against time to deliver emergency aid to the survivors of Super Typhoon Haiyan.

The U.S. has 250 troops on the ground, delivered 107,000 pounds of supplies and is moving several navy ships to the region to help with the rescue.

Nick Paton Walsh is in the center of the destruction in Tacloban.

Filed under: News • Typhoon Haiyan • Weather
November 12th, 2013
09:29 PM ET

SeaWorld fights killer whale rules

SeaWorld is taking on the federal government in order to get its killer whale trainers back in the water.

Trainers have been banned from the pools ever since a veteran trainer was killed by the whale named Tilikum back in 2010.

The government say the rules are needed to keep trainers safe, but SeaWorld says the ban is hurting business.

Martin Savidge is OutFront

Filed under: News
November 12th, 2013
09:23 PM ET

North Carolina man accused of trying to help al Qaeda-linked group

A terror suspect arrested in North Carolina.

A 29-year-old man is behind bars, accused of wanting to join an al Qaeda-linked group, a group that has claimed responsibility for hundreds of terrorist attacks.

North Carolina man allegedly tried to help Syrian jihadist group

Chris Lawrence is OutFront.

Filed under: News • Terrorism
November 12th, 2013
08:42 PM ET

World's largest airline cleared to take off

The Justice Department says it's reached an agreement to allow American Airlines and U.S. Airways to merge, creating the world's largest airline.

US Airways-American settlement: What it means for fares

The deal requires the airlines to take steps to help low-cost competitors and reduce the new airline's hold in certain large cities.

What does this merger mean for consumers?

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

Filed under: Business • News
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