Opening a new restaurant is tough even in the best of circumstances, let alone in the middle of raging street protests. Ed Lavandera introduces us to Charles Davis who opened the Ferguson Burger Bar the day before Michael Brown was killed and kept it open through all of the chaos that followed.
Children living in Ferguson were supposed to return to school this week. Instead, they have been dealing with curfews, marches, looting and violence. Ed Lavandera looks at what life has been like for some of Ferguson's youngest residents.
George Howell visits a shelter in Ferguson lending a helping hand to those in need.
For a while it seemed like the violence that has been plaguing Ferguson may have calmed down. But at around 11pm, tensions reached a boiling point. Ed Lavandera looks at the events that brought Ferguson to this point.
Anderson discussed the show of force in Ferguson with Police Captain Ron Johnson. He says he is concerned about the safety of the public and the police officers.
A military spokesman says Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl is back to being just another soldier in the U.S. Army, six weeks after being released by his Taliban captors. Bergdahl has returned to regular duty, but he's still the focus of a military investigation. Ed Lavandera has the latest.
Attorney Eugene Fidell is now representing Sergeant Bergdahl. He tells Anderson that Bergdahl is grateful to President Obama for saving his life.
There are no easy answers when it comes to ending America's immigration crisis. There is little certainty about what will happen to the flood of unaccompanied children flooding across the border. Ed Lavandera looks at what's happening to the children in limbo.
Why it is so difficult to repeal the law that allows these children to apply for asylum? Anderson discusses this with Dan Restrepo, who was President Obama's top advisor on Latin American affairs and Senior Political Analyst David Gergen.
The 8,000 residents of Hailey, Idaho waited five years to welcome Bowe Bergdahl home. A public celebration was supposed to be their way of showing that they never forgot about him. But with the backlash against Bergdahl growing ugly, those plans have been scrapped. Ed Lavandera is there with the latest.
Rescuers along the Gulf coast are using watercraft normally used to patrol beaches to reach stranded flood victims. Storms caused massive flooding for parts of the region, with some areas setting new records. Ed Lavandera has the latest.
It's a one-two punch of deadly and destructive weather. New twisters touch down less than 24 hours after tornadoes swept through Arkansas, Iowa and Oklahoma. At least 14 were killed in Arkansas, and officials fear the death toll will rise as crews dig through debris. The twisters ripped roofs off of homes, tossed cars like toys and tore down power lines. Anderson takes a look at the destruction.
Martin Savidge reports from Tupelo, Mississippi just after a twister leveled a busy section of the city and Ed Lavandera has the latest from hard hit Mayflower, Arkansas.
Ivan Lopez took three lives before taking his own. He also wounded 16 others. Some of them were rushed to Scott and White Memorial Hospital. Dr. Matthew Davis is the Director of Trauma there, and he treated some of the shooting victims. Dr. Davis also treated the victims after the 2009 Fort Hood shooting. He spoke to John Berman about his team's response to the shooting.
Ed Lavandera has more information on the surviving Fort Hood victims.
Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott is the leading Republican candidate for governor in Texas. He is taking heat for campaigning along-side controversial rock star Ted Nugent. Last month, Nugent called President Obama a 'communist-nurtured subhuman mongrel.' He called Greg Abbot a 'friend' and 'blood brother.' For the last two weeks AC360 extended an invitation to Mr Abbott to come on the show, but he declined, citing scheduling issues. So Ed Lavandera traveled to an Abbott campaign event to get answers.
Anderson discussed this with chief political analyst Gloria Borger and political commentator Ana Navarro.
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