The Moxley murder went unsolved for more than a quarter century. Michael Skakel, who's conviction was just overturned, has always maintained his innocence. 360's Randi Kaye reports on the evidence in the case.
Hours after a judge set aside Skakel's conviction, Senior legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin got into a heated debate with Skakel's cousin Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Tonight he is back to discuss the evidence with forensic scientist Lawrence Kobilinsky.
Michael Skakel's lawyer filled out paperwork today that could soon let him walk out of prison. After more than a decade behind bars, a judge overturned Skakel’s conviction for the 1975 murder of Martha Moxley, finding his attorney botched his defense. The decision came as a shock to her family. Anderson spoke to Martha's brother John Moxley.
There was plenty of finger pointing on Capitol Hill when a House Committee grilled the contractors responsible for the healthcare.gov website. The two main companies blamed each other, along with poor federal oversight. But there are serious questions emerging about the track record of one of those companies, CGI Federal. Drew Griffin has a closer look.
Mason is a student at Sparks Middle School. He was there Monday morning, waiting for the first bell, when he heard gunfire. Then he saw his friend, a classmate, coming toward him carrying a nine-millimeter pistol. Seconds later, Mason was shot in his stomache. Today, as he heals, he is telling his story to Stephanie Elam.
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