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December 11th, 2014
10:14 PM ET

The story behind 'Dinosaur 13'

It’s a legal battle 67 million years in the making. The dinosaur named ‘Sue’ who is on display at a Chicago museum was found in 1990. Two years later, the FBI and National Guard seized the skeleton. The fight over that T-Rex is documented in the film 'Dinosaur 13.' John Berman spoke with Peter Larson, a paleontologist on the team that found ‘Sue,’ along with his ex-wife Kristen Donnan. Together they wrote a book about the experience.

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December 11th, 2014
10:08 PM ET

GM crash survivor exonerated 

Candice Anderson spent years believing that she was responsible for her boyfriend’s death. He was killed when her car crashed into a tree back in 2004. Ms. Anderson ended up pleading guilty to criminal negligent homicide, making her a convicted felon. This year, GM recalled her car along with millions of other vehicles for an ignition switch defect. It came out that GM had known about the defect when Ms. Anderson was pleading guilty, but didn’t tell her. Now a Texas court overturned her conviction and her record was cleared. Poppy Harlow has the update.
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Filed under: GM • Poppy Harlow
December 11th, 2014
09:55 PM ET

Crime & Punishment: Retracing Jessica Chambers final hours

The murder of Jessica Chambers has devastated a small town in Mississippi. The 19-year-old was attacked and burned alive. Police say they are following leads, but have made no arrests. The local District Attorney says he doesn’t “anticipate any in the near future.” Local residents refused to speak with Martin Savidge on camera, admitting they are scared. He has the latest on this tragic case.
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December 11th, 2014
09:51 PM ET

How CIA Director Brennan defends the agency after the torture report

The report on torture released by the Senate Intelligence Committee has shaken the CIA. It moved Director John Brennan to speak today. He laid out a very carefully-worded and sometimes contradictory version of the truth as he sees it. Barbara Starr takes an up close look at Brennan’s defense.

Glenn Carle and Gary Berntsen are former CIA officers and they have very different opinions on the issue of torture.

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Filed under: Barbara Starr • CIA • Torture
December 11th, 2014
09:45 PM ET

‘Stormageddon’ slams West Coast

It could be the worst storm to hit the West Coast in a decade. More than a foot of rain has fallen in some areas, other areas are getting hit with snow and hurricane force winds. Tens of thousands of people are without power. Dan Simon has the latest from San Francisco.
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Filed under: Dan Simon • Severe Weather