A Toronto City Council meeting turned into a bit of a confessional for Mayor Rob Ford.
Despite admitting to smoking crack and buying illegal drugs, Ford says he's not going anywhere.
Bill Weir is OutFront.
Fifty years ago this month, President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas.
Even today, the never-ending stream of conspiracy theories about who did it still casts a cloud over the Texas city.
Ed Lavandera is OutFront.
A new Government Accountability Office report is raising serious questions about the TSA's $900 million dollar program to pick out potential terrorists based on behavior.
According to the report, there's little evidence to suggest the program works, saying its results are "the same as or slightly better than chance."
Rene Marsh is OutFront.
It's been more than a year since the deadly attack at the U.S. consulate in Benghazi.
Lawmakers say they're still waiting for the truth.
Now, they're questioning CIA officials during private hearings.
What can't they ask in the public forum?
Outfront tonight: Drew Griffin. He's been digging into the Benghazi investigation from the beginning.
Across the United States there is a growing movement against the world's largest retailer over wages.
In Chicago, unhappy workers from three Wal-Mart stores walked off the job Wednesday, demanding a better day's pay.
Do claims that Wal-Mart should pay more add up?
Tom Foreman investigates.