This will likely get you fired up. As some of the nation's biggest financial firms were getting billions of federal money to save them last fall, they were boosting their perks to company CEOs.
We're talking about personal use of corporate jets, free company cars, paid dues for country clubs - and some of them even got all the taxes paid on their perks.
Simply put, as the economy was sinking, their perks were going up.
Tonight, we're naming names. Find out which top executives at the time were getting extra loot. We'll tell you what CEO got almost $5 million in perks. Yes, $5 million. That's just one fat cat. There are many others.
Do you think the perks should be allowed or should the federal government clamp down on them? Sound off below.
We also have new details on the sweat lodge deaths in Arizona. A former follower of self-help guru James Arthur Ray is speaking out, sharing what she says goes on at his retreats. Three people have died as a result of the sweat lodge ceremony last week. Police are treating the deaths as homicides. Though, no charges have been filed.
And, don't miss Anderson's interview with actress and activist Eva Longoria Parker. Hear how she's trying to change the image of Latinos in Hollywood. It's all part of CNN's special report "Latinos in America", airing tomorrow and Thursday night at 9pm ET.
Join us tonight for these stories and much more starting at 10pm ET. See you then!
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