Erin Burnett talks about a sex scandal involving former Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi and his "bunga bunga" parties.
In the past week, we have seen alleged spy, Ryan Fogle, detained and kicked out of Russia amid accusations he was spying for the CIA.
Now, Russia's Federal Security Service, which is the successor to the Soviet era's KGB, has outed the CIA's bureau chief in Moscow.
The breach of protocol raises concerns about America's top spy agency.
Outfront tonight: Bob Baer is a former CIA operative and station chief.
British police say they have identified a number of suspects in the missing case of Madeleine McCann 2007 disappearance after an extensive review by Scotland Yard.
McCann went missing just a few days before her fourth birthday during a family vacation in Portugal.
According to authorities, the review has also identified investigative and forensic opportunities that could be significant to the case.
Outfront tonight, John Walsh. He profiled McCann's case several times on America's Most Wanted and has met with Madeleine McCann's parents.
Russian President Vladimir Putin announced Thursday that he will use a helicopter for his commuting to work.
Erin Burnett talks about how it may actually help his people.
The White House making two major announcements Wednesday night.
First, it released more than 100 pages of emails detailing the back and forth between the CIA, the State Department and the White House showing how the so-called 'talking points' about the attack on a U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi changed over time. That, of course, came after intense pressure from Republicans.
Then a short time later – President Obama made a terse statement about the IRS giving extra scrutiny to conservative groups and announced the acting commissioner has resigned.
Big question tonight - will any of this quiet the critics?
OutFront tonight: CNN Contributor Reihan Salam and Radio Show host Stephanie Miller.