There are plenty of unanswered questions in the case of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl. That's not stopping some from rushing to judgment. Anderson shines a spotlight on what he describes as 'thinly-sourced and highly questionable reporting.'
Anderson looked at some of the sources of information on Bowe Bergdahl with former Navy SEAL Dan O'Shea and investigative journalist David Rohde, who captured by the Taliban and escaped.
Former Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell knows what it’s like to be trapped behind enemy lines. In 2005 he was part of a covert raid in Afghanistan. He was the only member of the mission to make it out alive. Nineteen U.S. troops died, including some who were trying to rescue Luttrell's team. Luttrell discussed the idea of a prisoner swap with Anderson:
"When I did get captured, the only thing I held onto was the fact that my teammates were going to come get me. Period."
The shooter who opened fire Thursday at Seattle Pacific University killed one young man and injured several others. We are learning more about the hero who tackled the suspect and doused him with pepper spray. John Meis is a student building monitor and his actions ended what may have otherwise been a far deadlier tragedy. Seattle's Mayor Ed Murray told Anderson that his city had been in mourning since Sunday, when two men were shot to death in another incident.
Kyung Lah has the latest information on how Jonathan Mies stopped the Seattle Pacific shooting suspect.
On June 6th, 1944, soldiers stormed the beaches of Normandy. For many of the veterans who are alive today, their memories of D-Day are still fresh 70 years later. They shared their stories in their own words.
The 8,000 residents of Hailey, Idaho waited five years to welcome Bowe Bergdahl home. A public celebration was supposed to be their way of showing that they never forgot about him. But with the backlash against Bergdahl growing ugly, those plans have been scrapped. Ed Lavandera is there with the latest.
Few people know what Bowe Bergdahl is going through right now. Jesse "Jon" Turner returned home after spending nearly five years held in Lebanon.
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