According to the "San Jose Mercury News," a fourth student has been charged with harassing and bullying his black roommate.
The allegations include putting a bike lock around his neck, taunting him with racial slurs like 3/5ths- a reference to slavery in American history, and decorating their suite with a Confederate flag and Nazi symbols.
Dan Simon spoke exclusively with one of the victim's friends and he is Outfront.
CNN analysis shows that some low-income Americans will not receive the Obamacare subsidies that they might be expecting.
It was one of the basic tenets of Obamacare.
Last Spring, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius told a congressional subcommittee "Somebody who is making $25,500 would definitely qualify for a subsidy if he or she is purchasing coverage in the individual market."
Brianna Keilar reports for OutFront.
Gruesome new details - and hints of a possible motive - in the case of a 14 year-old student accused of raping and killing his math teacher with a box cutter.
According to newly unsealed documents, the student Philip Chism became angry when his teacher, Colleen Ritzer, made reference to Tennessee. That's where Chism had just moved from after his parents had gone through a difficult divorce.
Criminologist, Dr. Casey Jordan is OutFront with her analysis.
A fight is brewing between the White House and the journalists who cover it over the access granted to photographers and video journalists.
A letter to White House Press Secretary Jay Carney signed by all the major news outlets, including CNN, states:
As surely as if they were placing a hand over a journalist's camera lens, officials in this administration are blocking the public from having an independent view of important functions of the Executive Branch of government. ... You are, in effect, replacing independent photojournalism with visual press releases.
Ron Fournier is the Editorial Director for the National Journal is OutFront. He has covered three consecutive administrations in the White House: Presidents Clinton, George W. Bush and now Obama.
The nation paused on Friday to honor President John F. Kennedy.
It has been 50 years since President Kennedy was assassinated.
For the first time, the city of Dallas recognized the event that scarred it for years; thousands gathered in the rain at Dealey Plaza to mark the exact moment when President Kennedy was killed.
The anniversary, though somber, has also reignited all the conspiracy theories surrounding the President's death.
Now, investigators are using 21st century technology to analyze what really happened on November 22, 1963.
Ed Lavandera reports for OutFront