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February 6th, 2013
11:41 PM ET

Despite blast, child hostage unharmed

Martin Savidge shows how the FBI killed a kidnapper in Alabama to free his 5-year-old hostage from an underground bunker that contained explosive devices.

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February 6th, 2013
11:38 PM ET

Could charges land Armstrong in jail?

According to reports, Lance Armstrong faces a new criminal investigation. Betsy Andreu, the wife of a former Armstrong teammate, and CNN's Jeffrey Toobin react to the news.

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Filed under: Crime • Lance Armstrong
February 6th, 2013
11:12 PM ET

CA program tracks illegally owned weapons

California Attorney General Kamala Harris says the state's system for seizing illegal guns is "smart and effective." Stephen Barton, a survivor of the Aurora theater shooting who works for Mayors Against Illegal Guns, believes it's a "reasonable" approach. Anderson Cooper asks Harris why the program, which has led to the confiscation of more than 10,000 guns since 2007, is currently underfunded.

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Filed under: Guns
February 6th, 2013
11:03 PM ET

Risks of fighting aging with HGH drugs

Dr. Ian Smith tells Anderson Cooper the problem with not having studies on the long-term effects of using performance enhancing drugs for anti-aging.

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Filed under: Medical News
February 6th, 2013
10:28 PM ET

Inside look at L.A. illegal gun raid

CNN's Randi Kaye rides along with law enforcement officers as they seize illegally owned guns in California.

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Filed under: Crime • Guns
February 6th, 2013
09:52 PM ET

Doctor: Christie has a problem with weight

Former White House physician Dr. Mariano says her concern about New Jersey Gov. Christie's weight is not about politics. Anderson Cooper asked Mariano about Christie's response to her original statement. He told her, in part, to "shut up" about his health unless she wants to examine him and review his medical history.

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Tonight on AC360: California goes after illegal guns
Illegally owned guns confiscated in California.
February 6th, 2013
07:31 PM ET

Tonight on AC360: California goes after illegal guns

There are about 40,000 illegally owned guns in California. They're owned by people from all walks of life who have been ordered to turn in their firearms for a number of different reasons, but they haven’t come forward. So special agents from California's Justice Department’s Bureau of Firearms are going after them to seize the weapons.

California tracks gun owners who have convictions using a database system that’s unique to the state. It’s helped them confiscate thousands of guns. CNN’s Randi Kaye saw firsthand how law enforcement uses the program to find and seize illegal firearms.

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Filed under: Guns • Randi Kaye