More than two years after police shot and killed Raymond Herisse, his family still has plenty of unanswered questions. Officers stopped him for reckless driving in May 2011, and ended up killing him in a hail of more than 100 bullets. CNN's Jason Carroll has a closer look at what happened, and why the investigation is taking so long.
Journalists know they are taking their lives in their hands when covering Syria's civil war from the ground. According to the group Reporters Without Borders, 15 disappeared while covering the conflict. Jonathan Alpeyrie was nearly one of them. He was kidnapped and held for 81 days. He was released just two weeks ago, and spoke to Anderson about the ordeal.
He has a long resume for a four-year old. In addition to fishing and eating ice cream, Bobby Tufts is also the Mayor of Dorset, Minn. Now, he just won the political fight of his life, and it's the subject of tonight's RidicuList.
Dr. Sanjay Gupta is explaining his new outlook on marijuana. In 2009 he wrote an article for Time Magazine "Why I would Vote No on Pot." But after spending the last year working on the documentary Weed for CNN he is apologizing. Dr. Gupta explained to Wolf why he is now changing his mind.
A troubling new turn in the search for 16-year-old Hannah Anderson. Police now fear murder and kidnapping suspect, James DiMaggio, might be armed with explosives. DiMaggio was a long-time friend of the Anderson family. What does that say about the chances of authorities finding Hannah? Wolf spoke with John Walsh about it.
Photojournalist Jonathan Alpeyrie was on assignment in Syria, when he was abducted and held for 81 days. He's speaking out about his ordeal, who captured him, why they did it, and how he was released. You can catch Anderson's full interview on AC360 tonight, but here Jonathan describes the moment he was kidnapped.
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