Two more women came forward today, sharing their allegations against Bill Cosby. The legendary comedian has not been charged with any crimes, but he is facing accusations that date back decades. Gary Tuchman looks at how these accounts of Cosby's behavior fit in the timeline of his career.
Mark Ebner is a contributor for The Daily Beast. For years, he has been writing about rape allegations against Bill Cosby. He told Anderson that he believes his reporting was ignored, in part, because the media likes to protect celebrities.
Now that President Obama laid out his plan to take executive action on immigration, there is a new focus on the border. Some opponents say they believe the President's plan will lead to a flood of undocumented immigrants at the border. Gary Tuchman visited Nogales, Arizona and showed just how easy it is to scale the fence separating the U.S. from Mexico.
He is one of America's best known comedians and a TV legend. Bill Cosby built a career on G-rated jokes and his years playing Cliff Huxtable on "The Cosby Show." Cosby has not been charged with any crime, but his public image is now under attack by numerous women going public with graphic and disturbing allegations against him. Gary Tuchman has the latest.
Mark Geragos has defended many celebrity clients and Sunny Hostin prosecuted sex crimes as a federal prosecutor. They discussed the impact of several accusers who did not know each other, coming forward with similar stories about Bill Cosby.
It doesn't matter that the calendar says it is still autumn, millions of people across the U.S. are dealing with some serious winter weather. There is snow, bitter winds and freezing temperatures reaching the Rockies across to the heartland. Gary Tuchman reports from Billings, Montana, one of the coldest spots in the country. Temperatures are so low there that he is able to turn boiling water into snow.
Hazmat crews arrived to decontaminate Amber Vinson's apartment today. Gary Tuchman spoke to some of her neighbors. Some admitted they are a little anxious, another was more concerned about a panic than the disease itself.
Nina Pham is the first person to contract Ebola in the U.S. and that has many in the area fearing the same fate. Gary Tuchman is in Dallas where he saw how doctors are working to put nervous patients at ease.
Gary Tuchman spoke to the neighbors of Nina Pham, the Texas nurse who is now fighting Ebola. One neighbor describes her as someone who is friendly, positive and always has a smile. But others were quick to express their fears about the spread of the disease.
How concerned should the community really be? Anderson discussed this with Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta, Dr. Peter Shearer, Medical Director for the Department of Emergency Medicine at New York's Mount Sinai Hospital and Dr. Seema Yasmin, who is a former CDC disease detective.
Towels and sheets used by Thomas Duncan before he was diagnosed with Ebola spent days sitting in the Dallas apartment where he stayed. His partner, Louise, along with some of her family had until recently been quarantined inside that apartment. Gary Tuchman was there today when cleaning crews went inside to spray and remove items. What he saw is raising questions about the safety of those living nearby.
Anderson spoke with Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings and asked whether enough was done to ensure neighbors were kept safe during the cleaning of that apartment.
Imagine receiving a phone call form your child's school saying three classmates have been taken out of class because of the Ebola scare. That's exactly what happened in one Dallas school. Gary Tuchman spoke to concerned parents.
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