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May 30th, 2014
11:15 PM ET

She fought against sex trafficking, but did Somaly Mam fake her life story?

As a prominent activist working against sex trafficking, Somaly Mam has spoken at the White House, movie stars rallied around her and she raised millions of dollars for charity. Mam and her work have been featured in countless news stories, including on AC360. Much of that coverage centered on her own story of being sold into slavery as a child. Now, Mam is accused of making up her life story, and the stories of others who claimed to be victims as well. Randi Kaye has the latest.

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May 30th, 2014
10:51 PM ET

Key evidence missed before the UCSB rampage

Weeks before the deadly rampage in Isla Vista claimed the lives of six people and injured 13 others, police visited the killer. The Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Department says deputies asked him about the videos he posted on-line, but they never watched them. They also did not go into his apartment to look for weapons. Kyung Lah has the latest on the investigation.

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May 30th, 2014
10:31 PM ET

Keeping Them Honest: Will Shinseki's resignation help fix problems at the VA?

After AC360 spent months reporting on the problems at VA hospitals across the country, VA Secretary Eric Shinseki is resigning. President Obama made the announcement today, saying Shinseki did not want to be a distraction. But there are serious questions about what it will take to get America's veterans the care they need and deserve. Drew Griffin takes a look at the events that led to today's resignation.

Anderson looked at what needs to be done to fix the problems at the VA with Congressman Jeff Miller who is the Chairman of the House Committee on Veterans Affairs and Dr. Sam Foote, who blew the whistle on problems at the Phoenix VA hospital.

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Filed under: Drew Griffin • Eric Shinseki • VA Investigation • Veterans
May 30th, 2014
10:13 PM ET

American Journey: Celebrate the 115th birthday of America's oldest person

Jeralean Talley is the oldest living American, she is also the second oldest person in the world. Jeralean was born in 1899 and has plenty of stories to tell. Gary Tuchman traveled to Michigan to help celebrate her 115th birthday and learn her secret to a long and happy life.

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May 30th, 2014
10:00 PM ET

Is Donald Sterling 'mentally incapacitated'?

First came word that former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer agreed to buy the Clippers for $2-billion. Then we learned that two doctors declared Donald Sterling mentally incapacitated, giving his wife Shelly sole power to sell the team. While that would be an opportunity for the Clippers owner to quietly walk away from the NBA, Donald Sterling's lawyer filed a lawsuit,  suing the league for $1-billion. Anderson discussed these latest twists with sports agent Drew Rosenhaus and criminal defense attorney Mark Geragos.

Roger Mason Jr is the Vice President of the National Basketball Players Association, he told Anderson that he was stunned by the amount of money Steve Ballmer is willing to pay for the Clippers.

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