An extremely tough week for Mayor Rob Ford ends with Toronto's City Council voting to take away some of his power. Ford has been making worldwide headlines since confessing to smoking crack. Lewd remarks he made Thursdayonly added to his growing list of problems. Throughout it all, his brother, Councilor Doug Ford has been one of his most fervent defenders. Tonight he spoke with CNN's Bill Weir.
It's a massive tunnel that stretches across the border from Mexico to San Diego. Federal officials say it was built by the powerful Sinaloa drug cartel to smuggle drugs into the United States. It is the length of six football fields with lighting, electricity, and tracks for transporting large amounts of drugs. Miguel Marquez has an exclusive look inside.
The woman at the center of the Affordable Care Act's rollout sits down to talk about the problems plaguing the website. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius spoke with Dr. Sanjay Gupta. He asked when President Obama first learned of the problems with the system and why a new tech "A-Team" is only now working to fix themess. Dr. Gupta even asked whether Secy. Sebelius is considering resigning. Check out both parts of this surprising interview.
The government shutdown is causing serious anxiety for many military veterans who receive disability and G.I. Bill benefits, along with military families who rely on survivor benefits. The Department of Veterans Affairs warned it will not be able to pay those benefits if the government stays closed through the end of month. Now the Wounded Warrior Project is stepping in. Executive Director Steve Nardizzi announced exclusively on AC360 a $20 million fund to help thousands of veterans and their families cover expenses unpaid during the government shutdown.
26-year-old American Elaine Dang is lucky to be alive. She was judging a children's cooking competition when al-Shabaab militants stormed Nairobi's Westgate Mall. 67 people died during the four day siege. Dang was wounded, but managed to escape. Anderson spoke with Elaine, her mother Leeanne and her sister Mary.
Kendrick Johnson was a high school student in Georgia. His body was found upside down inside a rolled up wrestling mat in the school gym last January. Investigators ruled his death an accident, but his parents believe someone killed their son and the truth is being hidden. Tonight Victor Blackwell looks at disturbing evidence that recently emerged in the case.
Watch Part 1 of Victor Blackwell's report here
Kendrick Johnson was a high school student in Georgia. His body was found upside down in a rolled up wrestling mat in the school gym last January. Investigators ruled his death an accident, but his parents believe someone killed their son and the truth is being hidden. The circumstances surrounding Kendrick's death are more than strange, a lot just doesn't add up. Now, his family is demanding answers. Victor Blackwell has exclusive new information on the case.
He spent nearly nine hours, held by British authorities under anti-terror laws. But David Miranda says he was not asked a single question about terrorism. Miranda is the life partner of reporter Glenn Greenwald, who helped break the story about the NSA's domestic spying programs. Greenwald says Miranda's detention was retribution for his reporting. Both Glenn Greenwald and David Miranda spoke exclusively with Anderson, in their first interview since the incident occurred.