On the RidicuList, two employees at a cold storage facility in Atlanta used a rented truck and a forklift for a costly chicken wing heist weighing in at 26,000 pounds. Plus, an expert lesson on the civilized way to eat a hot wing, just in time for Super Bowl Sunday.
CNN's Ed Lavandera looks back at the murder case that could have disrupted Ray Lewis' career 13 years ago. He plans to retire after he plays in the Super Bowl for the Ravens this Sunday.
In his first interview on camera since the night two men were killed, Reginald Oakley spoke with Lavandera about the incident. He's selling a book about the deadly confrontation he and Lewis had with the victims after leaving a club.
"From my point of view, you know, I think it was self defense," said Oakley who was acquitted of murder.
Lavandera also spoke with Lewis' lawyer about the white suit Lewis was wearing during the fight - it has never been recovered.
Since the shooting massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary and the start of President Obama's second term, one of the most divisive issues testing legislators today is how the country approaches gun laws. On Thursday at 8 p.m. ET, Anderson Cooper will gather important voices in the debate to talk about what must happen to achieve a common objective: less gun violence in America.
The conversation will focus on many arguments, the facts on gun injuries and deaths, how pop culture fits into the equation, the meaning of the second amendment, and why it seems so difficult to find common ground.
The town hall at George Washington University will feature gun rights advocates like Sandy Froman, former NRA president and a current board member for the organization. And Sarah McKinley, a young mother who used her shotgun to protect her baby and defend against intruders. Those pro-gun voices and others, along with proponents of stricter laws, will be on the program. One of the panelists is Philadelphia Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey who has been on the front lines of the battle to reduce crime in America for decades.
Anderson Cooper goes beyond the headlines to tell stories from many points of view, so you can make up your own mind about the news. Tune in weeknights at 8 and 10 ET on CNN.
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