Some substance abuse experts are afraid that Colorado's new marijuana law will lead to a rise in addiction. Gary Tuchman reports.
Plus, Dr. Drew and Carl Hart, Columbia University psychology professor and author of "High Price", debate whether pot is a gateway drug.
It has been nearly a year since a gunman killed 20 children and six staffers at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown Connecticut. Today, 911 recordings from those terrible moments were made public. They reveal ordinary people doing their best to save lives in the middle of the worst situation anyone can imagine. Deborah Feyerick has listened to all of the recordings and has the story.
There is no easy answer to the question of whether to play all, some, or none of the recordings. Anderson discussed this issue with Christiane Amanpour, Jeffrey Toobin and Dr. Drew Pinksy.
Va. state Sen. Creigh Deeds was stabbed multiple times by his son. Gus Deeds was found dead at the scene from a gunshot wound. State police say they are looking at the case as an attempted murder-suicide. Chris Lawrence reports.
People waiting for the other shoe to drop for Toronto's crack-smoking mayor, Rob Ford, didn't have too wait long. A troubling new tape of Rob Ford ranting just surfaced. Anderson takes a look at what's on this video and the reaction from Ford’s family.
Robyn Doolittle, the Toronto Star reporter who helped break this story, has the latest on this case from Toronto.
Anderson discusses this troubling situation with addiction medicine specialist Dr. Drew Pinsky. He warns, "I am afraid he is going to die."
A new study considers what makes people gay. Anderson Cooper asks Dr. Drew about the controversial theory related to epigenetics and epi-marks that can be passed from father to daughter or mother to son.
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