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November 5th, 2014
11:26 PM ET

RidicuList: Election night hangover cure

Without CNN's "Magic Wall" how would you know about the voting quirks in places like Barber County, Kansas (population is just under 5,000). The RidicuList pays tribute to the wall's real magic… John King.
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Filed under: John King • Midterm Election 2014 • The RidicuList
November 5th, 2014
11:20 PM ET

How "Red" is the U.S.?

For every candidate who won their midterm race, the road to victory was different. The big question for some is just how red has America become? John King looks at what last night's results say about the direction the country is going.
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November 5th, 2014
11:14 PM ET

How police rescued a kidnapped Philadelphia woman

Surveillance video captured the abduction of 22-year-old Carlesha Freeland-Gaither in Philadelphia. She was found alive today in Maryland and the suspect is in custody. Jean Casarez has the latest on the dramatic rescue and Freeland-Gaither's condition.

Philadelphia Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey tells Anderson that he credits surveillance video and tips from witnesses with helping investigators track the suspect as they travelled from Pennsylvania to Maryland.

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November 5th, 2014
11:04 PM ET

Have the first shots of the 2016 Presidential race been fired?

Some say the end of the midterm election is the unofficial start of the 2016 Presidential race. If that's the case, Kentucky Senator Rand Paul wasted little time before taking a shot at a potential rival. Senator Paul used his Facebook page to post photos of Hillary Clinton campaigning with candidates who had just been defeated using the hashtag #HILLARYSLOSERS:
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CNN Chief Political Correspondent Candy Crowley called the move a likely "land speed record" pivoting from 2014 to 2016. Anderson spoke with Candy and CNN political commentator Van Jones.
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Filed under: Candy Crowley • Midterm Election 2014 • Rand Paul • Van Jones
November 5th, 2014
10:55 PM ET

The new Congress will make history

When the new Congress gets to work in January, there will be at least 100 women serving between the House and Senate. That is just one of the "firsts" decided in the midterm election. Dana Bash breaks down the history in the making.

For the first time in more than a century, a Republican will represent Montana in the Senate. Senator-elect Steve Daines tells Anderson that voters sent a message that they want leaders to get something done in Washington.
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Filed under: Congress • Dana Bash • Midterm Election 2014