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November 10th, 2014
11:38 PM ET

Inside the disappearance of dozens of students in Mexico

The details of what may have happened to 43 college students in Mexico is almost too horrific to believe. They are missing and now thought to be murdered by a crime collective that included drug traffickers, a politician and a police chief. Rosa Flores reports.
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November 10th, 2014
11:33 PM ET

Is there a "smoking gun" in the GM scandal?

GM's CEO Mary Barra is facing new questions about what she knew about the defective ignition switches that have been linked to at least 32 deaths. An attorney who is suing GM claims he found a "smoking gun" that suggests Barra knew about the problem much earlier than she has admitted. Rene Marsh has the latest.
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November 10th, 2014
11:26 PM ET

Drew Griffin: A lot of people who caused this mess are still at the VA

Today, VA Secretary Robert McDonald announced a massive overhaul of the Veterans Affairs. It follows a scandal that was uncovered by CNN Senior Investigative Correspondent Drew Griffin.  For a year, Drew has been reporting on veterans waiting months for care at VA facilities, with sometimes deadly consequences. Secretary McDonald said that disciplinary action has been taken against 5,600 employees and more firings are on the way. Drew Griffin discusses today's developments with Anderson.
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November 10th, 2014
11:08 PM ET

Get ready for a big blast of arctic weather

A monstrous storm dipping out of Canada is dumping snow across the upper midwest and it's bringing windy conditions along with it. The storm is expected to head east where temperatures are expected to plummet 20 degrees below normal. Chad Myers has the latest.
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November 10th, 2014
11:00 PM ET

Laura Ling: I went into a self imposed isolation

Over the weekend two Americans were freed by North Korea and reunited with their families. Kenneth Bae and Matthew Miller were the last Americans known to be held there. Laura Ling and her producer Euna Lee were arrested while reporting along the border of North Korea and China in 2009. They were held by North Korea for more than four months. Laura Ling tells Anderson how she returned and had to readjust to seemingly little things like being surrounded by people who spoke English.
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November 10th, 2014
10:52 PM ET

AC360 Exclusive: Joseph McStay's father speaks out about Chase Merritt's arrest

For nearly five years, Patrick McStay has been living through an unimaginable nightmare. His son Joseph McStay, daughter-in-law and two young grandchildren disappeared. Just last year, their bodies were found in shallow graves in the Mojave Desert. There were few clues about what happened to the McStays and until last week, there were no arrests.

Now, Joseph's business partner Chase Merritt is charged with the murders. Patrick McStay spoke exclusively with Randi Kaye and said the moment he learned that a family friend is the main suspect felt "like a boulder falling on me."

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November 10th, 2014
10:27 PM ET

RidicuList: Anti-Candle 360

Here's something you might not know about Anderson Cooper: He likes to burn a basil-scented candle in his office. His co-workers are not crazy about the smell. Anderson learned that fact while reading the teleprompter during tonight's RidicuList.
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