Erin Burnett OutFront (audio)
What will MH17 investigators look for?07/22/14
Investigators were kept away for days while the crash site was picked over. Will we ever learn what happened to Flight 17?
Rebels hand over MH17 black boxes to investigators
Pro-Russian rebels return Flight 17 black box data recorders to a Malaysian delegation in Ukraine. Erin Burnett has more.
U.S.: Pro-Russian rebels likely fired missile at MH17
A senior U.S. diplomat says the missile that brought down Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was likely fired by pro-Russian rebels inside Ukraine. Erin Burnett has the latest.
Malaysia Airlines jet shot down in Ukraine
Malaysia Airlines flight 17, a Boeing 777 with nearly 300 people on board, was shot down Thursday by a surface-to-air missile system near Ukraine's border with Russia.
Israel, Hamas OK temporary cease-fire: Five hours on Thursday
Four boys playing on a Gaza beach die in an Israeli strike - an action Hamas calls a "war crime" and Israel cites as an example of Hamas using human shields. Erin Burnett has more.
Hamas calls cease-fire proposal a 'joke'
After nearly a week of airstrikes on Gaza, the Israeli Cabinet will meet to consider a cease-fire proposal put forward by Egypt. Erin Burnett has the latest.
DHS Secretary visits border as GOP mocks President
Obama sends a top surrogate to the U.S.-Mexico border to see the situation for himself -- a stop that many on both sides of the aisle say he should be making.
House Republicans to sue Obama over employer mandate in Obamacare
House Republicans have decided to sue Pres. Obama arguing that he violated the Constitution by changing the health care law's employer mandate. Erin Burnett has more.
President Obama addresses border crisis
President Obama says the "urgent humanitarian situation" along the Texas border could be solved quite easily, as long as Congress doesn't play politics.
Pres. Obama wants billions for border crisis
Crisis at the border. A surge in undocumented immigrants pouring into the U.S. Democrats are worried this could become President Obama's Katrina moment.
Palestinian-American teen beaten, detained in Israel
An American teen detained. His cousin, a Palestinian teenager was killed in Jerusalem by a suspected Israeli extremist after three Israeli teens were killed. Erin Burnett speaks to the family.
Tropical Storm gains strength, Threatens East Coast
If you're planning on traveling over the Fourth of July to the East Coast, watch out for Arthur. We'll have the latest tonight.
Israel's Prime Minister: "Hamas will pay"
Violence escalating in the Middle East as Israel and Hamas trade threats. Don Lemon has the latest.
Justices rule against President Obama in contraception case
The justices ruled 5-4 that some companies cannot be required to pay to cover some types of contraceptives for their employees. Don Lemon is in for Erin Burnett.
1,000 Marines headed to Persian Gulf
One thousand U.S. marines on their way to the Persian Gulf. Armed drones flying over Baghdad. Is it mission creep?
Stepmother of missing Michigan boy arrested
A Michigan boy was missing for 11 days. Authorities searched his father's home four times, but came up empty. So how did the child end up barricaded in his dad's basement?
Syria, Iran expand reach in Iraq war
Evidence of Syria launching airstrikes inside Iraq. And a U.S. official saying Iran is flying drones over Iraq and providing guns to the Iraqi government.
Up to 10,000 militant fighters now in Iraq, Syria
Iraqi officials insisted Tuesday they were holding on to a key oil refinery while making gains elsewhere against militant fighters. CNN's Erin Burnett has the latest.
SOURCES: Militant Fighters seize top oil refinery
Iraq's largest oil refinery now believed to be in the hands of terrorists. CNN's Erin Burnett has the latest.
Obama sending up to 300 troops to advise Iraqis
President Obama announces American forces are going back to Iraq. The president says they're advisers, but is it mission creep? Erin Burnett has more.
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