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August 22nd, 2014
08:47 PM ET
August 12th, 2014
10:11 PM ET

Remembering Lauren Bacall 

Hollywood is mourning the loss of another legend. Lauren Bacall died at the age of 89. She was best known for her roles in movies like "The Big Sleep and "To Have and Have Not." She was was the first lady of the Rat Pack and the wife of Humphrey Bogart. Wolf Blitzer spoke with Dick Cavett who said Bacall was not tough, but she sounded tough and she could play tough.

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August 1st, 2014
10:51 PM ET

What's next for Ebola patients arriving in Atlanta?

Emory University Hospital in Atlanta is waiting for the arrival of two American relief workers who are infected with Ebola. A custom-equipped plane will fly them back to the U.S., one at a time.  Emory has an elaborate plan in place to treat them. Dr. Sanjay Gupta discusses what the trip to the U.S. means for the patients chances for survival.


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July 14th, 2014
08:53 PM ET
May 23rd, 2014
10:48 PM ET

Professor survives 70 foot fall in the Himalayas: I went from walking in the bright sunlight to falling down that mineshaft

Professor John All was climbing alone on a Himalayan mountain when the ground beneath his feet gave way. He fell 70 feet down an icy crevasse, and managed to stop himself from falling even further. All told Wolf how he climbed back to the surface despite not being able to rely on the right side of his body, explaining "if I stopped or rested or hesitated I would be dead." All managed to record video of the experience and even used his phone to message for help on social media. He spoke to Wolf shortly after leaving a Nepalese hospital.

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May 22nd, 2014
10:26 PM ET

She survived nearly a week trapped inside her crashed car: I'm doing great thank you

Kristin Hopkins survived a car crash that landed her vehicle upside down at the bottom of a deep ravine. She was trapped inside the mangled wreckage for nearly a week with no food or water. Kristin suffered two broken feet, which doctors had to amputate. She also broke five ribs, her cheekbone and lacerated her liver. Kristin is now recovering in a Denver hospital, where she told Anderson doctors say she was found with just hours left to live.

Click here if you would like to help Kristin Hopkins.

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May 15th, 2014
11:04 PM ET

9/11 Memorial Museum dedication

Somber memories and tears as President Obama and others honor the victims at the dedication of the 9/11 Memorial Museum.

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April 18th, 2014
11:52 PM ET

Veteran climber talks about Mount Everest's deadliest accident ever

At least 12 people are dead and four others are missing in an avalanche 20,000 feet up Mount Everest. All of those reported killed are Sherpas, the guides who help countless climbers up and down the world's highest peak. They were preparing for the spring climbing season by setting ropes and getting camps ready for their busiest time of the year. Grayson Schaffer is a veteran climber and the Senior Editor of Outside Magazine. He told Anderson that western climbers are outsourcing their risk to the Sherpas.

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April 15th, 2014
10:06 PM ET

Finding and retrieving debris from the ocean floor

Investigators are poring over data captured by the Bluefin-21 sonar submarine. It is analyzing the ocean floor in hopes of catching the first glimpse of Flight 370. Anderson and CNN Analyst David Gallo take an up-close look at the type of images the Bluefin is collecting.

Once debris from Flight 370 is located, a different type of submersible will be called in. Gary Tuchman climbed inside a vessel that played a key role in finding pieces of the Space Shuttle Challenger.


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March 26th, 2014
10:54 PM ET

Inside the Houston construction inferno rescue

It was a fire so big, it looks like it could have been in a Hollywood blockbuster. The rescue was so daring you might want to call Houston Fire Department Captain Brad Hawthorne a superhero. When a construction worker found himself trapped on a balcony with the flames closing in, Captain Hawthorne was at the end of the ladder just in time to make the big save. He tells Anderson, in the moment after the rescue "we looked at each other, slapped hands and said 'thank you Jesus.'

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