Are terrorists to blame for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370's disappearance?
The majority of Americans say yes.
A new CNN/ORC poll shows 57% of Americans believe terrorists or people associated with a hostile foreign government are responsible for the missing plane.
OutFront, CNN aviation analysts Miles O'Brien and Arthur Rosenberg. And Seth Jones, associate director of the International Security and Defense Policy Center at the RAND Corporation.View my Flipboard Magazine.
Should Donald Sterling be forced to sell his team – The Los Angeles Clippers?
According to a CNN / ORC Poll – Americans are split.
60% of NBA fans said yes, but when it comes to the public at large - just 41% said yes.
So is it about race? Or could it be the fact that some see this as an invasion when it comes to a person's right to say what they want in the privacy of their own home?
CNN's Don Lemon, Media Analyst Steve Adubato and CNN legal analyst Sunny Hostin discuss OutFront.
Washington (CNN) – What a difference a month makes.
A new CNN/ORC International poll indicates a dramatic turnaround in the battle for control of Congress in next year's midterm elections.
Democrats a month ago held a 50%-42% advantage among registered voters in a generic ballot, which asked respondents to choose between a Democrat or Republican in their congressional district without identifying the candidates.
CNN/ORC poll: Democrats lose 2014 edge following Obamacare uproar
That result came after congressional Republicans appeared to overplay their hand in the bitter fight over the federal government shutdown and the debt ceiling.
But the Democratic lead has disappeared. A new CNN/ORC poll indicates the GOP now holds a 49%-47% edge.
The new survey was conducted last week and released Tuesday.
The 10-point swing follows a political uproar over Obamacare, which included the botched rollout of HealthCare.gov and controversy over insurance policy cancelations due primarily to the new health law.
OutFront: Host of CNN's Crossfire Van Jones and radio talk show host Michael Medved.
President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney is on the campaign trail making their final push in battleground states that may decide the election.
A new CNN/ORC poll from Ohio, a state on the minds of both campaigns shows a dead heat between President Obama and Governor Romney with 50% of likely voters picking the President - 47% choosing Mitt Romney. Obama's three-point lead is within the margin of error.
The buckeye state remains crucial to both presidential campaigns as we get close to Election Day.
OutFront tonight: CNN Chief National Correspondent John King.