November 14th, 2014
10:19 PM ET

Rape allegations haunt Bill Cosby

For years, multiple women had accused America's favorite TV dad, Bill Cosby of sexual assault. But it wasn't until the 77-year-old comedian posted a challenge on Twitter this week to meme him or caption a few classic Cosby photos.

Cosby got more than he bargained for when people created memes labeling him as a rapist.

One of his accusers, Barbara Bowman says she was a 17-year-old aspiring actress when she met Cosby through her agent in New York City. In an interview with CNN's Don Lemon, Bowman claims she was drugged, then raped, though she said she never saw drugs.

Cosby has repeatedly denied the allegations. CNN has reached out to Bill Cosby's representatives and has not received a response.

OutFront, CNN Legal Analyst and criminal defense attorney, Mark Geragos.

Filed under: Bill Cosby • Entertainment • News
November 14th, 2014
09:35 PM ET

Jeff Corwin: If you see this creature, call the authorities

A France town is on edge - just steps from one of the world's top tourist destinations.

More than 100 police and military forces have spent two days searching for a mysterious wild cat on the prowl near Disneyland Paris.

Residents are being warned to take caution. There have been several citings of the animal, first thought to be a tiger. But based on photos and paw prints, officials now believe it may be a lynx, one of the most endangered cat on the planet.

OutFront, Jeff Corwin, a wildlife expert and host of ABC's "Ocean Mysteries."

Filed under: Animals • International
November 14th, 2014
08:59 PM ET

Obama, GOP prepare to battle over immigration reform

President Obama is doubling down on immigration.

"I indicated to (House) Speaker (John) Boehner several months ago that if in fact Congress failed to act I would use all the lawful authority that I possess to try and make the system work better. And that's gonna happen, that's gonna happen before the end of the year," said Obama.

Congressional Republicans are vowing to fight President Barack Obama's plan to make immigration changes through executive action, but they are struggling with how to do that without triggering another government shutdown.

OutFront, Jose Antonio Vargas is a Pulitzer prize-winning journalist who revealed and chronicled his own life as an undocumented immigrant in America and Derrick Morgan who served as special counsel to vice president Dick Cheney.

Filed under: Immigration • News • Politics
November 14th, 2014
08:36 PM ET

Ferguson police brace for new protests

Gun sales are up and business are boarding up as Ferguson awaits the grand jury's decision in the Michael Brown case. Missouri police are stocking up on riot gear and the National Guard is ready to act if necessary, according to Missouri Governor Jay Nixon.

A spokesman for the St. Louis police officers organization told CNN that as violent as Ferguson streets have been, he's anticipating the worst is yet to come.

OutFront, attorney for Michael Brown's family, Benjamin Crump.

Filed under: Ferguson • Justice • Michael Brown • News