On her first day back to the anchor chair, CNN's Erin Burnett fills us in on how her maternity leave went and how excited she is to be back OutFront.
Royal Caribbean broke a cruise ship record today - but it's not a record they wanted.
Their ship Explorer of the Seas returned home today after nearly 700 crew and passengers fell ill aboard - the highest number of sick people reported on a cruise in two decades.
They fell ill with a ugly stomach bug.
One of the passengers who got sick - Louis Stender is OutFront.
"It’s a violent bug. I don’t know if I ever been sicker," Stender tells CNN'S Erin Burnett OutFront.
President Obama kept his controversial state of the union promise.
He bypassed Congress, signing an executive order to allow workers to start their own retirement savings plans.
And as you might expect Republicans aren't too happy with the President's new tactic.
Senator Ted Cruz wrote an op-ed titled "The Imperial Presidency of Barack Obama."
"Of all the troubling aspects of the Obama presidency, none is more dangerous than the president's persistent pattern of lawlessness, his willingness to disregard the written law and instead enforce his own policies via executive fiat."
Imperial? Lawlessness? Executive Fiat?
"He's done things in the past that have fundamentally altered bills, like Obamacare," RNC Chairman Reince Priebus said.
Outfront: Reince Priebus, Chairman of the Republican National Committee.
The city of Atlanta, one of the largest cities in America, and a major transportation hub has been crippled by a few inches of snow accumulation - less than three inches to be exact.
Georgia, Alabama try to clear vehicle-littered roads as deep freeze pulls in
Thousands of people were trapped in cars for more than 24 hours and hundreds of students stranded on buses and forced to stay overnight in schools. At least two people have been killed in weather related accidents.
Cars were lined up for miles on a major interstate outside of downtown Atlanta - some have been abandoned, others just skidded of the side of the road.
The stories are equally as horrific as the images. Mothers stranded in cars with small children with nothing to eat. Shoppers forced to spend the night in stores, and some just abandoned their cars and walked miles just to get home.
Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed told CNN's Erin Burnett that the interstates weren't his responsibility.
"Interstates are the responsibility of the state, not the city," Reed said.
Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed is OutFront.