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February 20th, 2014
10:18 PM ET

AC360 Exclusive interview with Juror Number Eight in the Michael Dunn trial: 'Everyone is making this a white or black thing, and it's not'

It's the question everyone is asking about the Michael Dunn trial: Did race play a role? Juror Number Eight is breaking her silence. She is just one of two African-Americans on the jury. She is just 21-years-old making her the youngest juror. She told Alina Machado the jury did, "what we were supposed to do."

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February 20th, 2014
10:17 PM ET

Jordan Davis' parents respond to Juror Number Eight: 'I don't think she is being genuine'

Juror Number Eight is now the second juror to say she believes Michael Dunn is guilty of murder in the killing ofJordan Davis. What does that feel like for Jordan Davis's parents? Lucia McBath and Ron Davis tell Anderson they are not giving up on winning justice for their son.

Part 2 of Anderson's interview with Jordan Davis' parents:

 

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February 20th, 2014
10:14 PM ET

The RidicuList: Sexy Crabtree

Getting people to call you sexy is easier for some folks than it is for others. Sheila Crabtree found a guaranteed way to make that happen. She legally changed her name to Sexy…. Sexy Crabtree.

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February 20th, 2014
10:11 PM ET

Beauty queen's death fuels outrage in Venezuela uprising

22-year-old beauty queen Genesis Carmona was shot during protests rocking Venezuela's capital and doctors were unable to save her life. She joined the demonstrators blaming the government of Nicholas Maduro for a range of social and economic problems. There is no end in sight to the violence. Karl Penhual has the latest from Caracas.

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Filed under: Karl Penhaul • Venezuela
February 20th, 2014
10:10 PM ET

Keeping them Honest: What does it take to be a U.S. Ambassador?

Ambassadors often come to the job with different skills and qualifications. Some of President Obama's recent nominees come with fat checkbooks. They may not know some key facts about their host countries and some have never even visited. Anderson is Keeping them honest with a look back at the relationship between ambassadorships and patronage.

Senator John McCain grilled some of President Obama's less qualified nominees. He explained to Anderson why they will likely get confirmed.

 

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February 20th, 2014
09:59 PM ET

Kiev protesters bracing for police assault

There are reports Ukraine's Interior Ministry is issuing combat weapons to police officers. Tensions are rising in Kiev after a day of deadly violence. There are concerns tanks could soon roll into Independence Square. Anderson discussed the tense and uncertain situation with CNN's Nick Paton Walsh and Kyev Post Editor Christopher Miller.

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Filed under: Nick Paton Walsh • Ukraine
February 20th, 2014
09:50 PM ET

Who's behind the latest shoe bomb warning?

A known bomb-maker working for one of al Qaeda's most-feared factions is at the center of the latest shoe bomb warning. A federal official tells CNN, al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula's master bomb-maker Ibrahim al Asiri may be working on new ways of putting explosives in shoes and other containers. National Security Correspondent Jim Sciutto explains what this means for air passengers.

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