September 29th, 2014
09:32 PM ET

Police: Suspect in missing UVA student case linked to '09 death: Does Virginia have a serial killer?

The arrest of Jesse Matthew - the suspect in the disappearance of University of Virginia student Hannah Graham - has resulted in a "significant break" in the 2009 death of another young woman in the same area, police said.

Virginia State Police say there is a "new forensic link" between the Hannah Graham case and the death of Morgan Harrington, a 20-year-old Virginia Tech student, who went missing after attending a Metallica concert in Charlottesville in October 2009. Her remains were found on a farm months later.

Between 2009 and 2014, at least four women, including Harrington have gone missing along the Route 29 corridor that runs through Virginia.

Can this be a case of a serial killer?

OutFront, CNN Legal Analyst Danny Cevallos, Criminologist Casey Jordan and Ed Smart. His daughter Elizabeth was abducted and survived.

Filed under: Justice • Missing student • News
September 29th, 2014
09:10 PM ET

George Clooney vs. paparazzi on his wedding day

It was a cross between a naval exercise and "The Love Boat." In case you missed the boat , we're talking about George Clooney's waterlogged wedding. CNN's Jeanne Moos goes overboard.

Filed under: Entertainment • Jeanne Moos
September 29th, 2014
09:05 PM ET

Fears of widespread crackdown in Hong Kong

Tens of thousands of protesters bracing for more violent clashes with police in Hong Kong. In defiance of the Chinese government, the demonstrators are blocking Hong Kong's major highways in historic political protests.

Hong Kong protesters dig in and brace for possible crackdown

Police have fired tear gas and pepper spray in a crackdown, but demonstrators are not backing down. The pro-democracy protesters say Hong Kong should be allowed to elect its own leader.

CNN's Andrews Stevens has the latest from the main protest site in Hong Kong's financial district.

Filed under: China • International • News
September 29th, 2014
08:40 PM ET

Official: Oklahoma suspect watched beheading videos

Charges are expected for the man accused of beheading a woman in the United States. This brutal attack took place not on the battlegrounds of Syria, but in Oklahoma.

Officials say the suspect, Alton Nolen, found out he was losing his job at a food processing plant. Leading up to the attack, Nolen converted to Islam and his views turned extreme, some of which he posted on Facebook. A law enforcement official tells CNN Nolen watched beheading videos, but it is unclear if those were ISIS-related.

David Mattingly is OutFront from Moore, Oklahoma.

Filed under: Justice • News • Oklahoma beheading
September 29th, 2014
01:32 PM ET

"The Truth About Benghazi: An Erin Burnett OutFront investigation"

On the night of September 11, 2012 Ambassador Chris Stevens, former Navy Seals Glen Doherty and Tyrone Woods and Information Officer Sean Smith were murdered in Benghazi, Libya. What happened that night? Could it have been prevented? And who was to blame? Erin Burnett hosts CNN’s exclusive documentary, “The Truth About Benghazi”.


Filed under: "The Truth about Benghazi" • Benghazi • International • News