AC360 Thursday 8p

There are growing questions about the Bluefin-21 search for Flight 370. What's happens when it completes its sweep? The latest tonight on AC360.
November 29th, 2011
10:35 PM ET

Video: KTH: Did Syracuse cover up sex abuse?

CNN's Anderson Cooper examines how Syracuse has managed sex abuse allegations against Bernie Fine.

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November 29th, 2011
10:33 PM ET

Video: Bernie Fine accuser tells his story

Mike Lang, who accuses Bernie Fine of molesting him for a ten-year period beginning in 1982, speaks with AC360's Gary Tuchman.

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November 29th, 2011
10:31 PM ET

Video: The RidicuList: Chick-fil-A battles T-shirt guy

A Vermont man is fighting Chick-fil-A for rights to print “Eat more kale” t-shirts. This David vs. Goliath story lands on the RidicuList.

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November 29th, 2011
10:29 PM ET

Video: Cain accuser's atty.: Evidence of affair

The attorney representing Cain's latest accuser says a defamation suit against his client would be "a very bad idea."

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November 29th, 2011
10:27 PM ET

Video: Murray to serve time under house arrest?

Marcia Clark and Mark Geragos look at the the four year sentence Conrad Murray faces for the death of Michael Jackson.

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Filed under: Crime & Punishment • Michael Jackson
November 29th, 2011
10:25 PM ET

Video: Cain campaign ups and downs

Tom Foreman looks at the timeline of Herman Cain's presidential run from the beginning to the most recent controversy.

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Filed under: 2012 Election • Herman Cain
November 29th, 2011
08:35 PM ET

AC360 Poll: Conrad Murray

Today Judge Pastor sentenced Conrad Murray to four years in jail for the death of Michael Jackson.

 


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November 29th, 2011
07:48 PM ET

Letters to the President #1044: 'When should candidates throw in the towel'

Reporter's Note: I write a letter to President Obama every day. My mother is somewhat jealous. I may need to address that.

Dear Mr. President,

The situation is looking pretty grim for Republican challenger Herman Cain lately. Between the accusations of those various women and his stumbles on some questions (Sure, he is welcome to his opinion on issues such as immigration, but looking like you don’t know that China already has nuclear weapons can’t spur a lot of confidence even among your supporters) he has that ragged look of a candidate who is about to throw in the towel.

I’m not saying he will, because certainly I’ve seen contenders rally from much worse circumstances, but like I said, his position doesn’t look good at the moment.

I often wonder how all the rest of your politicos feel when you see something like this happening. I’m sure on one hand that you are delighted. If a member of the opposition strays onto rough ground, arguably he hauls at least a little of his party’s reputation with him and everyone on his side of the aisle takes a beating. Then again, there must be some of the “there but for the grace of God” emotion as well.

Truth be told, the world is so complicated now, and politics if so fraught with minefields, I can imagine almost anyone stumbling into bad territory if he or she happens to take just the right steps at just the wrong moments. (Ok, so Cain’s had more than his fair share of missteps in recent weeks, and perhaps he should have settled down his campaign by this point.)

I suppose the test should not be rather any politico gets into trouble, but rather: Does the preponderance of evidence support that idea that the “mistakes” are his actual nature…not an anomaly? And if that is the case, well then, I guess a lot of Americans might want such a contender out of the race.

Hope all is well. Call if you can. Hey, did you see my Saints last night? Excellent win.

Regards,
Tom

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November 29th, 2011
07:28 PM ET

Video: Alleged Fine victim preview

Mike Lang accuses Bernie Fine of molesting him decades ago. In this preview, Gary Tuchman asked him to describe what he claims Fine did to him. Watch the full report on AC360° at 8 p.m. ET.

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Tonight on AC360: Hear from Alleged Fine victim
Gary Tuchman interviews Mike Lang, an alleged victim of former Syracuse associate men's basketball coach Bernie Fine. (Photo credit: Chuck Hadad)
November 29th, 2011
05:30 PM ET

Tonight on AC360: Hear from Alleged Fine victim

Tune in to AC360 ° at 8 p.m. ET for a fascinating interview with Mike Lang. He's speaking out for the first time since Bernie Fine was fired from his position as associate men's basketball coach at Syracuse. Lang accuses Fine of molesting him decades ago; his accusations touched off a police investigation and led both ESPN and The Post-Standard to report an audio recording of a phone call between Bobby Davis and Laurie Fine, Bernie Fine's wife. Gary Tuchman spoke with Lang about the allegations and the investigation.

Syracuse head basketball coach Jim Boeheim drives through a throng of reporters outside Bernie Fine's home in the suburbs of Syracuse. Boeheim lives directly across the street from Fine.

Jim Boeheim stops to talk to local police near his home.

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Filed under: Bernie Fine • Gary Tuchman
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