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July 26th, 2013
10:04 PM ET

American survivor of Spain train crash speaks

At least one American is among the at least 78 people killed in the train derailment in Spain.  Five other Americans were hurt.  That includes Stephen Ward, a Mormon missionary from Bountiful, Utah.  Wolf spoke with him.

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July 26th, 2013
09:59 PM ET

Spanish train derailment investigation

The driver at the controls of the train that derailed in Spain killing at least 78 people has been detained by police.  Authorities are looking into whether he was going too fast as the train jumped the tracks.   Images posted to his now deleted Facebook page are raising new questions.  Karl Penhaul has the latest from the scene.

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July 26th, 2013
09:44 PM ET

The case that inspired the new movie "Fruitvale Station"

Years before Trayvon Martin crossed paths with George Zimmerman, the killing of Oscar Grant made national headlines, and triggered protests across the country. Grant's story is the subject of the new movie "Fruitvale Station."   Unlike the Martin case, there were plenty of witnesses to Grant's death, and many recorded it with their cell phone cameras. We want to warn you it may be difficult to watch.   CNN's Kyung Lah looks at what happened.

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July 26th, 2013
09:41 PM ET

The director behind "Fruitvale Station"

Just as the story of Trayvon Martin is resonating with so many people across the county, the 2009 killing of Oscar Grant deeply moved a young film student named Ryan Coogler.  Grant was shot by a transit officer at a train station in Oakland, California. Coogler said it could have been him on that platform, since he was the same age as Grant, and says he wore similar clothes.  Now "Fruitvale Station" Coogler's highly anticipated film, is hitting theaters.  Wolf talked with Coogler.

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July 26th, 2013
09:36 PM ET

Juror B29's explanation

Juror B29 has come out and apologized to the Martin family.  She has called George Zimmerman a murderer.  So why didn't she fight harder for a guilty verdict?  We hear from her, and our panel weighs in on what may have been going on in the jury room.  Martin family attorney Benjamin Crump, legal analysts and former federal prosecutors Sunny Hostin and Jeffrey Toobin and jury consultant Carolyn Robbins Manley weigh in.

July 26th, 2013
09:33 PM ET

Zimmerman jury's instructions

Where was the the George Zimmerman trial won and lost?  Before the testimony started, some argued it was already decided during jury selection.  Now as we hear more from Juror B29, some say it was the jury instructions that made all the difference.  Wolf discussed that issue with Martin family attorney Benjamin Crump, legal analysts and former federal prosecutors Sunny Hostin and Jeffrey Toobin and jury consultant Carolyn Robbins Manley.