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September 27th, 2013
11:32 PM ET

No game plan to avoid a shutdown

Dana Bash, David Gergen and Candy Crowley discuss the congressional clashes over the looming government shutdown.

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Filed under: Candy Crowley • Congress • Dana Bash • David Gergen • Raw Politics • Wolf Blitzer
September 27th, 2013
11:31 PM ET

U.N. approves Syria weapons resolution

In a 15-0 vote, the U.N. Security Council approved a plan demanding Syria turn over its chemical weapons. Nick Paton Walsh reports.

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Filed under: Chemical Weapons • Nick Paton Walsh • Syria • United Nations • Wolf Blitzer
September 27th, 2013
11:29 PM ET

Next steps after U.S. call with Iran

David Gergen, Candy Crowley and Mike Doran discuss the Iranian president's phone call with President Obama.

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Filed under: Candy Crowley • David Gergen • Iran • President Barack Obama • Wolf Blitzer
September 27th, 2013
11:27 PM ET

Historic U.S. phone call with Iran

Wolf Blitzer and Jim Sciutto detail Pres. Obama's conversation with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani.

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Filed under: Hassan Rouhani • Iran • Jim Sciutto • President Barack Obama • Wolf Blitzer
September 27th, 2013
11:22 PM ET

Disqualified Paralympian: They are penalizing me for having hope

American swimmer and 2012 Paralympic medal-winner Victoria Arlen spoke out about a ruling that barred her from competing at the World Championships this past August in Montreal. The International Paralympic Committee ruled the young athlete ineligible because she "failed to provide conclusive evidence of a permanent eligible impairment."

Arlen said the committee penalized her for having hope, "which is very sad, because without hope I wouldn't be here today."
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September 27th, 2013
10:44 PM ET

RidicuList: Wolf Blitzer's a 'rock god'

Wolf Blitzer takes over The RidicuList and weighs in on a song that he inspired.

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Filed under: The RidicuList • Wolf Blitzer
September 27th, 2013
10:40 PM ET

Geragos: Victims never get justice

Defense attny. Mark Geragos weighs in on the Houston Police Officers Union's influence over discipline appeal cases.

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Filed under: Crime & Punishment • Mark Geragos • Wolf Blitzer
September 27th, 2013
06:45 PM ET

Who’s policing the Houston police?

In the Houston Police Department, getting fired doesn’t necessarily mean you won’t get your job back.

In June 2011, Indira Paz was sleeping in her bed next to her 4-year-old daughter. The next thing she knew, a strange man was on top of her, tying her hands with plastic ties as her daughter screamed beside her. Paz was raped in her home by an intruder who left behind a condom wrapper, crumpled tissue, and the ties he used to bound her.

Paz called the police hoping that they could help. The man who raped her just left her home with cash, electronics, jewelry and Paz’s car. When the police arrived Paz says she wasn’t treated like someone who had been the victim of a heinous crime. Paz alleges that Officer Alan Sweatt, who was one of the first officers at the scene, didn’t collect any evidence at the crime scene. She says he didn’t collect the condom wrapper, the tissue or the plastic ties. Paz says Officer Sweatt only stayed 10 minutes before leaving her home.
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Filed under: Crime & Punishment • Randi Kaye
September 27th, 2013
12:20 AM ET

Retrying the "warning shot" case

Marissa Alexander was sentenced to 20 years in prison after firing a warning shot at her abusive husband. She tried to use the "stand your ground" law in her trial. But a judge just ordered a new trial. The panel debates what role the controversial law may play in the retrial.

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Filed under: AC360 Later • Charles Blow • Mark Geragos
September 27th, 2013
12:12 AM ET

Protecting children of celebrities from paparazzi

California Governor Jerry Brown signed a new law that's designed to protect the children of celebrities from aggressive paparazzi. But the panel debates whether this law is constitutional.

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