Lauren Bacall's death at the age of 89 closes one of the enduring chapters of Hollywood's golden age. She is being remembered for a legendary career in the movies and the life she lived off screen. For many, it's memories of Bacall's marriage to Humphrey Bogart that shine brightest. Deborah Feyerick looks back at their relationship.
Lauren Bacall was a deeply private person. The interviews she granted offered fans a rare glimpse into her life. AC360 looks back at Lauren Bacall in her own words.
Nancy Writebol is one of two Americans flown to Atlanta after being infected with Ebola in West Africa. Medical officials are not taking any chances with her husband David. He returned to the U.S. and is being kept in quarantine. He spoke to Senior Medical Correspondent Elizabeth Cohen.
As an actor and comedian, Robin Williams left behind countless films that will be enjoyed for generations to come. In interviews Williams said the role he relished most was that of a family man. He opened up about his love for his family during an interview while promoting the film 'Old Dogs.':
'They give you a chance at your legacy. And they're the thing that carries on beyond you and really does give you a chance to go. You get to be young by proxy and experience their things and see the joy that they have when you really do connect with them. There's something that's ageless – that's the good part."
Poppy Harlow looks at the family Robin Williams left behind.
It has been four days since unarmed teen Michael Brown was shot and killed by a police officer in Ferguson, Missouri. In that time federal officials launched a civil rights investigation and the FBI is looking into the case. The community is rallying around Brown's family and demanding answers from police, including the identity of the officer who pulled the trigger. Wolf asked Ferguson's Police Chief Thomas Jackson why that information is still not being released.
There was a new round of violence and arrests tonight in Ferguson. Wolf discussed the handling of this case with Syracuse University's Boyce Watkins and legal analysts Sunny Hostin and Mark O'Mara.
A risky U.S. military mission in Iraq just wrapped up. A group of Special Forces spent 24 hours on Mount Sinjar and found that there are far fewer Yazidis trapped on the mountain than originally believed. They also report that the humanitarian air drops are helping those who are stuck there. Ivan Watson also got a firsthand look at the humanitarian crisis and reports that the situation in the region is still very desperate.
How does this new information from Mount Sinjar change U.S. plans for dealing with the humanitarian crisis and the threat from ISIS? Wolf Blitzer discussed possible strategies with retired Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Rick Francona, Quartz Managing Editor Bobby Ghosh and former Delta Force officer Jeff Beatty.
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