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July 29th, 2014
11:08 PM ET

What do new sanctions mean for Russia?

The United States and the European Union agreed to a new round of sanctions aimed at weakening the Russian economy. Is this enough to persuade Vladimir Putin to change his ways? Michelle Kosinski takes a closer look.


Filed under: Michelle Kosinski • Russia • Sanctions • Vladimir Putin
July 29th, 2014
11:03 PM ET

American working in Liberia dies of Ebola days after taking a flight 

Ebola is one of the deadliest diseases on the planet. Health officials are calling the outbreak going on right now in West Africa the deadliest in history. An American man infected with the virus died after flying from Liberia to Nigeria. He had planned to continue traveling on to his home in Minnesota. Anderson discussed the spread of this outbreak with Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta and Monia Sayah, a nurse who works with Doctors Without Borders. She recently returned from treating Ebola patients in Guinea.

Dr. Kent Brantly is one of two Americans diagnosed with ebola in Liberia and fighting for their lives. Dr. Brantly's friend Kent Smith spoke to Anderson and described him as someone who cares about other people more than he cares about himself.

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Filed under: Ebola • Sanjay Gupta
July 29th, 2014
10:52 PM ET

Gaza crisis: The war of public opinion

Israeli air strikes last tight targeted Al-Aqsa TV and Radio stations in Gaza. Both have played key roles in getting Hamas' message out to the public. Anderson Cooper takes a closer look at that message.

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Filed under: Crisis in Gaza • Gaza • Hamas • Israel
July 28th, 2014
11:13 PM ET

Web Exclusive: Two American aid workers infected with Ebola virus; complicates West Africa's crisis

Two Americans who were on the front lines of the Ebola crisis are now fighting for their lives. Dr. Kent Brantly and missionary Nancy Writebol are both infected with the virus.  This is only adding to fear amongst locals after rumors spread that aid workers are spreading the disease. Anderson discussed this with Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta and Adam Nositer, who is the New York Times West and Central Africa Bureau Chief.


Filed under: Ebola • Sanjay Gupta • Web Exclusive
July 28th, 2014
11:12 PM ET

Keeping Them Honest: Will a deal in Congress reform the Veterans Affairs health system?

There is a rare bipartisan agreement in Congress that comes after months of CNN's reporting on secret wait lists at VA hospitals and veterans dying while waiting for care. A $17 billion deal is aimed at fixing the troubled Veterans Affairs health system. Drew Griffin has been Keeping Them Honest on the problems at the VA, and he breaks down how lawmakers plan to use this money to fix the mess.

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Filed under: Drew Griffin • Keeping Them Honest • Veterans
July 28th, 2014
11:06 PM ET

"The Hunt" for fugitive Charles Mozdir ends in a New York City shootout

After two years on the run, suspected child molester Charles Mozdir was killed today in a shootout with law enforcement in New York City. A police detective and two U.S. Marshals were wounded. Officers cornered Mozdir after he was featured on an episode of CNN's "The Hunt with John Walsh."  Anderson spoke with John Walsh who called this a tough ending, but a good ending for the family who pressed charges.

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Filed under: Charles Mozdir • John Walsh • The Hunt
July 28th, 2014
10:59 PM ET

What do both sides hope to achieve through the Gaza crisis?

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is warning his nation to prepare for a long campaign in Gaza. There is also no sign that Hamas is willing to give up its weapons or even end its campaign of rocket fire across the border. AC360 looks at what both sides are hoping to achieve through this deadly fighting. Anderson got the Israeli view from Mark Regev, top spokesman for Prime Minister Netanyahu.

Anderson discussed the Palestinian perspective with with Mouin Rabbani, a Senior Fellow at the Institute for Palestinian Studies.

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Filed under: Benjamin Netanyahu • Crisis in Gaza • Gaza • Israel • Palestine
July 25th, 2014
10:15 PM ET

Did extreme weather near the equator cause the Air Algerie crash in Mali? 

Air Algerie Flight 5017 had just changed its flight path to avoid a fierce thunderstorm when it disappeared. Saharan Africa is known for powerful weather that could be challenge for any pilot. Miguel Marquez looks at why weather patterns around the equator could be so dangerous.

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Filed under: Air Algerie • MH17 • Miguel Marquez
July 25th, 2014
10:08 PM ET

Could a plagiarism scandal change the balance of power in the Senate?

A graduate school paper written by Senator John Walsh (D-MT) is coming back to haunt him during a tough election campaign. The Army War College is investigating evidence uncovered by the New York Times, suggesting that Sen. Walsh is a plagiarist. Dana Bash takes an in depth look at the case.

New York Times reporter Jonathan Martin broke this story and spoke with Anderson and Dana Bash. He describes confronting Senator Walsh with his evidence.

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July 25th, 2014
10:01 PM ET

What is Putin up to? The U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine weighs in

Hopes of a deescalation in fighting after the Flight 17 tragedy are fading. There are new signs that the Kremlin is sending more weapons to the separatists inside Ukraine, while Russian forces are firing from across the border. Anderson spoke with the U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Geoffrey Pyatt who says Putin could end this crisis with one phone call.

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Filed under: MH17 • Russia • Ukraine • Vladimir Putin
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