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January 9th, 2014
01:03 AM ET

What's in the new book on Fox News chief Roger Ailes?

A controversial new book about Fox News Channel chairman Roger Ailes is about to hit stores. Senior Media Correspondent Brian Stelter joins the AC360 Later panel to discuss what's in the unauthorized biography, along with Ailes' impact on American media.

January 9th, 2014
12:57 AM ET

Toddler in 'thug' video removed from his home

What role did race play in authorities' response to the obscenity-laced video featuring a toddler? The debate comes as news breaks that the state took action and placed the child in protective custody.

January 9th, 2014
12:56 AM ET

Will bridge crisis sink Christie's presidential chances?

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie responded today to allegations that his office intentionally disrupted traffic on the world's busiest bridge as political payback. Emails that link some of his closest aides to the incident are raising questions about Christie's possible presidential run. Tonight, Jeffrey Toobin declared "it is all over for Chris Christie." Watch how the rest of the AC360 Later panel responds to that statement.

January 8th, 2014
12:55 AM ET

Digging deeper on Fmr. Defense Secy. Robert Gates’s new memoir

The AC360 Later panel digs into Fmr. Defense Secy. Robert Gates' new memoir, which heaps scathing criticism on the Obama administration. The Dish founder, Andrew Sullivan, says "it’s not what I would expect from Bob Gates. I would expect it from other people. But this man?...the fact that he was enraged the entire time, I find it hard to understand."

January 8th, 2014
12:52 AM ET

Police union posts disturbing video of toddler swearing

A police union in Omaha, Nebraska posted a home video of an African American toddler swearing at a roomful of adults, who egg him on. The AC360 Later panel weighs in on the outrage the union has sparked with its remarks about the video.

January 8th, 2014
12:49 AM ET

Laura Ling weighs in on prisoner Kenneth Bae

Laura Ling was imprisoned in North Korea for 140 days in 2009. She joins the AC360 Later panel to discuss American prisoner Kenneth Bae and the inflammatory comments of NBA star Dennis Rodman.

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January 7th, 2014
12:57 AM ET

Polar vortex turns steaming hot water into snow

There are a lot of ways to describe the cold weather that is gripping much of the country right now. But nothing trumps Stephanie Elam throwing a cup of steaming hot water into the air to make snow.

January 7th, 2014
12:54 AM ET

Halting same-sex marriage in Utah

The U.S. Supreme Court has halted same-sex marriages in Utah, pending an appeal of a federal ruling that allows the unions. Last month the state has been issuing marriage licenses to gay couples. What's next for them? The AC360 Later panel picks up the debate.

January 7th, 2014
12:51 AM ET

Does the all McDonalds diet really work?

A high school science teacher says he lost 37 pounds and lowered his cholesterol by eating exclusively at McDonalds for three months. The AC360 Later panel explains why they are skeptical.

January 7th, 2014
12:49 AM ET

Looks matter

A new study seems to confirm what so many people suspected. Good looks and success are linked. Former U.S. Congressman Patrick Kennedy talks about why that is especially true in politics.

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