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October 1st, 2014
10:58 PM ET

New concerns about enterovirus-68

The CDC says it’s not clear what role enterovirus-68 may have played in the deaths of four children. The respiratory virus has been striking kids across the country, landing some in intensive care units. Now there are growing concerns that the virus may be linked to neurological complications in some of those cases. Deborah Feyerick has the latest.

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September 30th, 2014
09:35 PM ET

Are police closing in on Eric Frein?

Police are calling on fugitive cop killer suspect Eric Frein to surrender and say he is making mistakes. In the last 24 hours, investigators believe they caught a glimpse of Frein and say they found several items of his, including two fully functioning pipe bombs. Deborah Feyerick has the latest on the search.

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September 25th, 2014
12:17 AM ET

What can be done to stop foreign fighters?

The Department of Homeland Security issued a bulletin to law enforcement across the U.S., warning them to be on the lookout for lone wolf terror attacks. It is difficult to identify who may launch an attack like this. Deborah Feyerick reports on how authorities are working to stop foreign fighters who traveled to places like Syria and Iraq from bringing the fight back home.What can be done to stop foreign fighters?

ISIS has issued orders for the killing of Westerners. Is this sort of instruction what lone wolf terrorists are waiting for? Anderson spoke with Maajid Nawaz, who was once a Muslim extremist and is now the director of the Quilliam Foundation.

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Filed under: Deborah Feyerick • ISIS • Khorasan • Maajid Nawaz • Syria
September 3rd, 2014
11:49 PM ET

Transforming a police force

Confrontations with police armed with military weapons and vehicles are some of the iconic images to emerge from the chaos and violence in Ferguson, Missouri after the shooting death of Michael Brown. A New Jersey city that just a few years ago ranked dead last when it came to murders, shootings and drugs has transformed its police force by moving away from militarization. Deborah Feyerick looks at how that move may have also turned around the city of Camden.

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August 25th, 2014
11:07 PM ET

Does Missouri law protect Officer Wilson from prosecution?

The fact that there is, so far, no decision on whether Officer Wilson will face criminal charges is fueling outrage for some in Ferguson. The grand jury is not expected to reach a decision  until October. Deborah Feyerick looks into how Missouri's law spells out when police officers are allowed to use lethal force.

Anderson discussed the next steps in this complicated case CNN legal analysts Sunny Hostin and Mark O'Mara.

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Filed under: Deborah Feyerick • Ferguson • Mark O'Mara • Michael Brown • Sunny Hostin
August 13th, 2014
11:36 PM ET

What made Bogey & Bacall one of Hollywood's most alluring couples?

Lauren Bacall's death at the age of 89 closes one of the enduring chapters of Hollywood's golden age. She is being remembered for a legendary career in the movies and the life she lived off screen. For many, it's memories of Bacall's marriage to Humphrey Bogart that shine brightest. Deborah Feyerick looks back at their relationship.

Lauren Bacall was a deeply private person. The interviews she granted offered fans a rare glimpse into her life. AC360 looks back at Lauren Bacall in her own words.

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July 18th, 2014
10:27 PM ET

MH17: Twists of fate

One passenger takes the only known photo of Flight 17, another records video before taking off. A woman who lost her brother on MH370 has now lost her stepdaughter on MH17. In the day after this tragedy there are stories of improbable loss and improbable survival. Deborah Feyerick takes a closer look.

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Filed under: Deborah Feyerick • Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 • MH17 • Russia • Ukraine
February 25th, 2014
10:04 PM ET

Why is Raffaele Sollecito raising questions about Amanda Knox's behavior now?

Ever since Amanda Knox was jailed in Italy for the murder of her roommate Meredith Kercher, she and her then-boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito have presented something of a united front. They have insisted they were both innocent victims of an unfair justice system. Now, in a new interview, in the wake of their second murder convictions, Sollecito says that he has lingering questions about Knox's behavior after Kercher’s killing. Deborah Feyerick reports.

 

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January 23rd, 2014
09:58 PM ET

New investigation launched into the death of Alfred Wright

Breaking news in the death of Alfred Wright. The Texas father disappeared last November. His remains were found by his family after police called off their search. The local sheriff says there is no sign of foul play, but Wright's family is alleging a murder and cover-up. Deborah Feyerick has the breaking news.

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January 17th, 2014
12:50 AM ET

Possible 'calling card' found near Alfred Wright's remains

Alfred Wright is the rural Texas father of two who vanished last November. His family found his body nearly three weeks later, two weeks after local authorities gave up searching. The local sheriff told them there was no sign of foul play. Wright's family is disputing nearly everything in the official account. Deborah Feyerick reports on a puzzling item found near Wright's body, and why some believe it might be a deadly 'calling card.' Deborah Feyerick is Keeping Them Honest.

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