It's a massive tunnel that stretches across the border from Mexico to San Diego. Federal officials say it was built by the powerful Sinaloa drug cartel to smuggle drugs into the United States. It is the length of six football fields with lighting, electricity, and tracks for transporting large amounts of drugs. Miguel Marquez has an exclusive look inside.
It's been nearly ten months since the body of 17-year-old Kendrick Johnson was found inside a rolled up gym mat at his high school. Yet no one can say exactly how he died and who is responsible. Victor Blackwell has obtained a document that shows the coroner believed the crime scene was compromised.
The FDA is turning up the heat on artificial trans fats, saying it no longer considers the heart-clogging additives to be generally safe in foods. It's a major policy shift and the first step in banning artificial trans fats from the nation's food supply. Without that "generally safe" designation, it will eventually be illegal to sell foods containing man-made trans fats. Anderson discussed all this with Senior Medical Correspondent Elizabeth Cohen.
Michael Moss is the author of "Salt Sugar Fat: How the Food Giants Hooked Us" and has plenty to say about trans fats.
People waiting for the other shoe to drop for Toronto's crack-smoking mayor, Rob Ford, didn't have too wait long. A troubling new tape of Rob Ford ranting just surfaced. Anderson takes a look at what's on this video and the reaction from Ford’s family.
Robyn Doolittle, the Toronto Star reporter who helped break this story, has the latest on this case from Toronto.
Anderson discusses this troubling situation with addiction medicine specialist Dr. Drew Pinsky. He warns, "I am afraid he is going to die."
Weeks after the Affordable Care Act website went live and melted down, President Obama is apologizing. He's apologizing for those technical problems, along with failing to live up to the promises he made. At nearly every stop in the 2012 campaign, he repeated "you can keep your doctor" and "you can keep your plan." Now we know several million people are seeing their existing policies cancelled. Chief Political Correspondent Candy Crowley, Chief National Correspondent John King, and Chief Political Analyst Gloria Borger all weigh in.
Ballot measures easing restrictions on pot did well on election day, but the federal government says it is still illegal. What should happen next? The legalization issue triggered a hot debate for the AC360 Later panel.
That's how Republican strategist Alex Castellanos made the case for New Jersey Governor Chris Christie to make a run for the White House. But did Christie actually make the case to the nation that he should be America's next President in his election night victory speech? The AC360 Later panel debates.
Miss Universe contestants are representing their home countries through some truly outrageous costumes. Anderson loses it while trying to describe the "little old man-baby" with Miss Peru, or the chile pepper drum carried by Miss Chile. But wait until you see what Miss USA was wearing, and wait until you see Anderson's reaction.
Police in Mississippi are trying to solve a tragic mystery: Who killed a young boy, his mother and her newlywed husband? Their bodies were found days after they were reported missing. Now there are questions about whether they knew the man accused of murdering them. 360's Gary Tuchman has the latest.
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