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February 27th, 2013
10:48 PM ET

Priest accused of sex abuse on the run

CNN's Gary Tuchman searches in Mexico for a fugitive priest facing allegations of child molestation and statutory rape. Cardinal Roger Mahony is accused of bringing Father Nicholas Aguilar Rivera into the Archdiocese of Los Angeles years ago knowing he was an accused serial molester.

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Filed under: Crime & Punishment • Religion
February 27th, 2013
10:42 PM ET

RidicuList: Beer lawsuit

Allegations of watered-down beer tap a keg of comedy, landing one brewer on the RidicuList.

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February 27th, 2013
10:39 PM ET

Arias: 'I couldn't keep my lies straight'

Racy phone calls and text messages are shared in the Jodi Arias courtroom, and Arias admits to lying. CNN's Randi Kaye reports.

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Filed under: Crime & Punishment • Jodi Arias
February 27th, 2013
09:31 PM ET

Geragos: Arias looks 'frumpy' for jury

Mark Geragos and Jeffrey Toobin analyze how Jodi Arias' style is a tactic by her lawyers to appeal to the jury.

Watch a special hour tonight co-anchored by Anderson Cooper and Nancy Grace. They'll be joined by Randi Kaye, Jeffrey Toobin, and Mark Geragos. "Killer Testimony: The Jodi Arias Trial" begins at 10 p.m. ET

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Filed under: Crime & Punishment • Jeffrey Toobin • Jodi Arias • Mark Geragos
February 27th, 2013
01:58 PM ET

RidicuList: Morrissey vs. Duck Dynasty

As singer Morrissey cancels on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" to protest "Duck Dynasty," the other guests appearing on the program, it gets him a gig on the RidicuList.

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How teens experience social networks
February 27th, 2013
09:19 AM ET

When bullying goes high-tech

Editor's note: Don't miss the premiere of "The Bully Effect" on AC360° at 10 p.m. ET Thursday. Note graphic language in this story.

Brandon Turley didn't have friends in sixth grade. He would often eat alone at lunch, having recently switched to his school without knowing anyone.

While browsing MySpace one day, he saw that someone from school had posted a bulletin - a message visible to multiple people - declaring that Turley was a "fag." Students he had never even spoken with wrote on it, too, saying they agreed.

Feeling confused and upset, Turley wrote in the comments, too, asking why his classmates would say that. The response was even worse: He was told on MySpace that a group of 12 kids wanted to beat him up, that he should stop going to school and die. On his walk from his locker to the school office to report what was happening, students yelled things like "fag" and "fatty."

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Filed under: Bullying • The Bully Effect