A 17-year-old who spent three years in jail for beheading four boys in Mexico is now said to be living in San Antonio.
There are growing concerns about whether he may strike again.
Ed Lavandera is OutFront.
Snow, sleet, rain and wind.
It all adds up to serious delays for millions of Americans trying to get home for Thanksgiving.
Today is historically the busiest travel day of the year with 43 million people expected to be on the road or in the skies, and a massive winter storm that stretches from the mid-Atlantic to the Northeast continues to create chaos and frustration.
The persistent rain has been soaking much of the east coast all day, from the Carolinas to southern New England. Snow and ice are the biggest problem in western Pennsylvania and New York, and the storm isn't over yet.
Margaret Conley is Outfront with the latest.
On Sunday, the FOX program "Family Guy" killed off one of its main characters: Brian (The Dog) Griffin.
Fans around the world were shocked and horrified at his passing, especially because it appears he is really dead.
Mediaite's Joe Concha stopped by the Erin Burnett OutFront newsroom to share his Top 5 Surprise TV Deaths.
How do you feel about Brian's death? Do you think it will be permanent? What do you consider the most shocking television death?
Let us know in the comment section below.
Airports up and down the east coast are bracing for the storm, and making plans to handle major delays and cancellations.
CNN's Tom Foreman looks at how flight cancellations due to weather can impact passengers all over the country.
— CNN Weather Center (@CNNweather) November 27, 2013
The Obama administration is pulling out all the stops to try to convince lawmakers in its own party that its new deal with Iran, is a good deal.
The state department said Tuesday that Secretary of State John Kerry is sending a video to all members of Congress in which he outlined "in very basic terms" what the Iran deal does and what it doesn't do.
Secretary Kerry is also making phone calls to his former colleagues to try to convince them to give his diplomacy a chance.
Lawmakers - including Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid - still intend to consider possible new sanctions against Iran right after the administration agreed to loosen sanctions, in exchange for temporary restraint on Iran's nuclear program.
State Department Spokeswoman Jen Psaki is OutFront.