So many people around the world remember the moment Nelson Mandela walked out of prison. Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer David Turnley helped capture that moment for eternity. He has taken photos of Mandela and his family for more than 30 years and shared his memories with Anderson.
Jordan Linn Graham is accused of pushing her husband of a cliff just eight days after their wedding. Now a jury will decide whether it was premeditated murder. Her trial just started and Kyung Lah has the latest.
85-year old Merrill Newman is back home in California after being detained by the North Korea government for more than a month. The Korean War vet said in a statement today, "The North Koreans seem to have misinterpreted my curiosity as something more sinister. It is now clear to me the North Koreans still feel much more anger about the war than I realized. With the benefit of hindsight I should have been more sensitive to that." But another American, Kenneth Bae, is still being held by North Korea after being sentenced to 15-years of hard labor. Anderson spoke with Bae’s sister Terri Chung about his ordeal.
U2 singer Bono spent years working with Nelson Mandela to help end apartheid and spread freedom. Bono spoke to Anderson about his friend, and says Mandela "represents the fist turning into the handshake."
Nelson Mandela's memorial service will make history as one the largest gatherings of world leaders in decades. President Obama, former President George W. Bush and Hillary Clinton are traveling to South Africa together on Air Force One. But across South Africa, people are finding their own ways to honor Mandela's legacy. Anderson takes a look at some of the tributes.
According to the calendar, winter is over a week away. But big a blast of wintry weather is causing problems across the country. Slick roads triggered several chain reaction crashes. Thousands of flights have been canceled and that's causing a ripple effect at airports from coast-to-coast. Randi Kaye takes a look at the dangerous weather.
AC360 is live in Johannesburg tonight. In an exclusive interview, Anderson speaks with Bono about Nelson Mandela's legacy. Bono explains Mandela refused to hate "because he believed love would do a better job."
Watch a preview now, see the full interview tonight on AC360 8p / 10p on CNN.
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