Jason Buzi has been hiding his money and people across California have been finding it. You might not know his name, but you may have heard about his Twitter feed @hiddencash. Buzi has been hiding envelopes of cash and then posting clues so people could find it. He tells Anderson why he is doing this and which cities he picked for his next wave of gifts.
Over the weekend, the Texas Republican Party endorsed the controversial practice of reparative therapy. It purports to turn gay people straight, and it has been debunked and condemned by the American Psychological Association, along with other leading health organizations. Randi Kaye got an up close look at the harmful impact reparative therapy could have on patients.
Rachel Nichols spoke exclusively with NBA Commissioner Adam Silver. They discussed Donald Sterling's AC360 interview and his attacks on Magic Johnson.
Police say they don't believe alcohol played a role in the accident that left comedian Tracy Morgan in critical condition and killed his friend. Authorities say the tractor trailer driver who is charged in the crash did not sleep for more than 24 hours before the accident. Morgan's publicist says he is showing signs of improvement, but will likely be hospitalized for several weeks. Randi Kaye takes a closer look at the deadly crash.
The Department of Veterans Affairs released its internal audit showing just how widespread the problems are in the agency. Drew Griffin reports on the stunning findings.
Mental illness often makes headlines after tragedies like last week's deadly shooting at Seattle Pacific University. A number of mental illnesses, including schizophrenia, can cause auditory hallucinations. It's important to know that only a tiny number of people who hear voices engage in violence of any kind. Anderson took part in an experiment to help people understand how others live with mental illness experience everyday. Anderson wore headphones that simulate hearing voices while trying to do everything from puzzles to simply interacting with people in the street.
Clinical psychologist Pat Deegan designed the experiment. She was diagnosed with schizophrenia as a teenager.
There are troubling new details about the husband and wife who gunned down two police officers and a civilian, before taking their own lives. The shooting happened on Sunday in Las Vegas. The couple made no secret of their hatred of the government. They spoke about it to neighbors and even wrote about it online. Police say this weekend, they turned their words into violence. Kyung Lah looks at how the tragic events unfolded.
Anderson looks back at the lives lost in Sunday's shooting.
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