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November 14th, 2014
10:23 PM ET

Searching for France's fugitive feline

It appears the tiger on the loose near Paris is not a tiger. So, what it is it? That's hard to say, because whatever type of big cat it is… it is still on the loose. Randi Kaye has the latest on the search.

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November 14th, 2014
10:15 PM ET

American Journey: Boston Marathon survivor's breakup letter to her leg

Rebekah DeMartino has endured 17 surgeries on her leg since she was severely injured in the Boston Marathon bombing. The 27-year-old made the decision to have it amputated this week. She posted a breakup letter on Facebook, wishing her leg the best, but saying she would be cutting it out of her life for good. Anderson spoke with Rebekah and you won't soon forget her courage, positivity and sense of humor.

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Filed under: American Journey • Boston Marathon Attack
November 14th, 2014
10:10 PM ET

What's next for the rescued World Trade Center window washers?

The World Trade Center window washers who were left clinging to a collapsed scaffold high above New York City are telling their stories. They discussed what went wrong, who they called and whether they plan to return to their dizzying work.

If you do not have the guts to try washing windows like that yourself, you should check out Nadav Kurtz' documentary 'Paraíso.' He got up close with the men cleaning the windows on some of Chicago's tallest skyscrapers. He spoke to John Berman about the risks and rewards of their work.


Filed under: Miguel Marquez
November 14th, 2014
10:03 PM ET

Examining former Navy SEAL Robert O'Neill's interview about the Bin Laden raid

Former Navy SEAL Robert O'Neill claims that he fired the shot that killed Osama bin Laden. His account of the Abbottabad raid has triggered intense outrage and it is being disputed by some of his comrades in SEAL Team Six.

Robert O'Neill spoke to The Lead's Jake Tapper today, detailing his version of the raid and he addressed the backlash that came after going public with his story.

John Berman looked at the interview and discussed it with Jake, along with former Navy SEAL Jonathan Gilliam and CNN National Security Analyst Peter Bergen.


Robert O'Neill also responded to criticism from former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta. Secretary Panetta did not mince words on the issue, saying that SEALs are bound by their promise not to reveal details about sensitive operations without clearance from the Pentagon. Secretary Panetta went on to say breaking that promise compromises the military's ability to go after America's enemies.

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Filed under: Jake Tapper • Osama bin Laden • Peter Bergen