Girls hid in lockers and used cell phone cameras to capture an unlikely suspect stealing items in their school. CNN's Casey Wian reports.
As Andrew Mason, co-founder of Groupon, leaves the company with a memorable letter, Deb Feyerick looks at other unforgettable resignations.
Some people collect stamps. This man collected vintage porn, until burglars cleaned him out. His anguish, and indomitable desire to rebuild, lands him on the RidicuList.
Jeremy Bush lost his brother, Jeff, when a sinkhole beneath their Florida home swallowed him without a trace. Anderson Cooper asked him about the tragic incident.
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What type of relationship did accused murderer Jodi Arias have with Travis Alexander, the ex-boyfriend she killed? CNN's Randi Kaye reports on a case of passion gone wrong.
Sen. McCain says he accepts blame for the spending cuts but thinks Pres. Obama should lead to protect the defense budget.
Mark Geragos and Dr. Drew Pinsky discuss psychology's crucial role in how the jurors decide the fate of Jodi Arias.
Jeremy Bush tells Anderson Cooper about the horror of discovering his brother and the contents of the entire bedroom had disappeared into the earth. Bush heard Jeff scream as he was swallowed by a sinkhole in their Florida home.
"My brother's bed, my brother's dresser, my brother's TV and my brother was gone," he says.
Bush tried desperately to rescue him by jumping into the hole and furiously digging with a shovel, but it was in vain.
Programming note: "The Bully Effect" is a new AC360 documentary that follows the lives of three families since they were featured in "Bully." It airs Sunday, March 3 and Saturday, March 9 at 8 p.m. ET.
For AC360's "The Bully Effect," Lee Hirsch, the director of the film "Bully," returns, for the first time in 27 years, to the middle school where he was victimized as a child.
Hirsch's movie is an eye-opening look at the psychological damage caused by bullying. He's used "Bully" to launch a movement to make schools safer and teach kids and parents how to combat the problem. Every student in his former middle school went to see the film as part of his initiative for 1 million children to watch it.
Anderson Cooper talks to Milwaukee Police Chief Flynn about his heated exchange with Senator Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina at a Senate hearing on a proposed assault weapons ban.
The debate began when Graham questioned why law enforcement doesn't prosecute people who fail background checks when applying for a gun. His point was that the government should enforce current laws rather than enact new legislation.
Flynn's response was that the background checks are working in those cases by preventing someone who shouldn't have a gun from getting one. He explained there simply aren't enough resources to go after everyone who fails a background check.
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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