Robert O'Neill had been serving for 15 years as a Navy SEAL when his team raided Osama bin Laden's compound. He recently claimed to be the one who shot and killed bin Laden, and has been the center of a lot of controversy since.
Now O'Neill says he believes his story gives 9/11 families closure. CNN's Alisyn Camerota reports.
It's been more than a month since 43 college students went missing in Mexico, and their families still have no answers. As they grow impatient with authorities, protests have broken out and gone as far as burning Iguala's City Hall. The mayor of that city was arrested, along with his wife and many others, in connection to the crime. But besides that, there's been little progress in the case.
CNN's Rosa Flores reports.
Northern central states are astute at fighting driving snow and subzero chill, but the early cold snap this week could hit them like a boxer's punch thrown before the opening bell.
This blast, reminiscent of last January's deep freeze, comes too early for comfort. Leaves are still on the trees, and a snow dump is coming - a foot or more in parts of Minnesota and Wisconsin.
The leaves can make the trees accumulate more snow, weighing branches down more than they would if they were bare, CNN meteorologist Tom Sater says.
More falling limbs could mean more accidents, downed lines and power outages. But there's more.
After his party's losses in the midterm elections, President Barack Obama will wade into a mass of foreign policy challenges during his trip to Asia this week.
Obama made America's pivot to Asia a centerpiece of his foreign policy architecture. But some commentators say the President, beset by crises elsewhere, has failed to put words into action.
"The Asia pivot remains more rhetoric than reality," CNN's Fareed Zakaria said. "Having promised a larger U.S. military presence in the Philippines, Singapore and Australia, there is little evidence of any of this on the ground."
Obama arrived Monday in Beijing, where the greater U.S. focus on Asia is viewed with deep suspicion.