Tonight on 360°, we have new details on Michael Jackson's suspected drug use over the years. Randi Kaye has been breaking new information all week and does it again tonight. We're talking about allegations that several doctors in several states helped the singer get powerful prescription drugs. Don't miss Randi's report.
As U.S. forces continue to target Taliban forces in southeastern Afghanistan, there may be a breakthrough that could help end the conflict. In a CNN exclusive, Michael Ware has learned that Pakistan's military is talking with Afghan Taliban leaders and can get them to sit down with the U.S. and broker a ceasefire. Specifically, Pakistan military leaders say they can get Mullah Mohammed Omar and other Taliban leaders to the table. Even with a $10 million reward on his head, Mullah Omar has defied all American attempts to capture or kill him. The one-eyed cleric created the Taliban and has led its regime as they continue to kill U.S. and NATO troops. Will the U.S. sit down with the enemy? And, what does Pakistan want in return? Michael has the exclusive details.
We're interested to know: Do you think the U.S. should talk with Mullah Omar to try to broker a ceasefire in Afghanistan? Share your thoughts below.
And, we have a stunning story out of Mexico where a group of polygamist Americans are fighting the drug cartels with deadly consequences. A top member of the sect was dragged from his home on Tuesday in Mexico, along with his brother-in-law who was trying to help him. They were both killed by multiple gunshots to the head. One of the victims, Benjamin LeBaron, 31, led protests against the cartels earlier this year after his 16-year-old brother Eric LaBaron was kidnapped in May. He refused to pay a $1 million ransom, but his brother was eventually released.
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