The storm that's hitting the southeast isn't just treacherous for the people who are out driving. Today just before dawn a woman in Atlanta found out the hard way that the dangers of nasty weather can come right into your own home. Gary Tuchman has her story.
It's now up to a jury to decide the innocence or guilt of Michael Dunn. Jurors began deliberating late this afternoon. Dunn is charged with murder in the shooting death of 17-year-old Jordan Davis at a gas station in 2012. Dunn claims he acted in self-defense. Martin Savidge looks at today's closing arguments.
Anderson discussed the trial with former federal prosecutor Sunny Hostin and criminal defense attorney Mark Geragos.
The latest winter storm to hit the East Coast covered Georgia and the Carolinas in ice. It is blamed for at least ten deaths, left nearly half-a-million without power, caused traffic jams lasting hours and grounded thousands of flights. Anderson takes a look at some of the worst weather.
Anderson discussed the storm response with retired Army Lieutenant General Russell Honoré. He spearheaded the military relief and recovery operations following Hurricane Katrina.
Have you ever wondered what a baby is thinking and whether they know the difference between good and bad? Researchers at Yale University have spent nearly a decade studying the minds and behaviors of babies in order to find out if they are really born as blank slates. What they've discovered is eye-opening.
Tricia Humphrey says she saw the traffic nightmare in Atlanta two weeks ago and said "that will not happen to me." But today's snow in North Carolina came on so fast she was caught by surprise, and she got caught on the highway with nowhere to go. Then she saw a car burst into flames. Tricia shared her story with Anderson.
This week AC360 is looking into whether babies are born with the ability to tell the difference between good and evil. So we asked viewers to send in photos of their babies, and tell us what their baby is thinking… even if it is just a guess.
It is one of life's biggest questions: are we born knowing the difference between good and evil? A team of researchers at Yale University's Infant Cognition Center (also known as "The Baby Lab") reached a startling conclusion: babies are in fact born with an innate sense of morality.
Catch the three part series starting tonight on Anderson Cooper 360° at 8p E.T.
Watch the video quiz above and try to guess how the babies did identifying good and evil.
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