A magnitude 5.1 earthquake rocked Southern California over the weekend. It struck along a fault that's less well-known than the San Andreas, but one that's potentially even more dangerous. Jason Carroll takes a closer look.
We are learning more about what may have been Philip Seymour Hoffman's final drug deal. Jason Carroll retraces the locations where the actor was last seen, who he was with and how much money he withdrew from an ATM.
Some of the biggest cities in the country are getting hit with a one-two punch of snow and freezing temperatures. In Philadelphia, the Flyers' ice hockey game was canceled. Across the storm zone, schools and government services are announcing closures. Thousands of canceled flights are creating a travel nightmare that stretches across the country.
Jason Carroll's report was interrupted by a snowball fight.
We are now learning the Metro-North train that flew off a curve Sunday morning, just north of Manhattan, was traveling 82 mph in a 30 mph zone. That's faster than the 70 mph speed limit for straight and level track. This was the first wreck in the railroad's history. Jason Carroll has the latest on the investigation.
A storm that's already blamed for at least 12 deaths is causing problems across the country. Some areas could see nearly a foot of snow, while others are dealing with wind, sleet, and heavy rain. Hundreds of flights have already been canceled, just as millions of Americans begin their Thanksgiving getaways. Jason Carroll has the latest.
What do you do if your travel plans are interrupted by the storm? Wolf spoke with Wall Street Journal travel columnist Scott McCartney.
More than two years after police shot and killed Raymond Herisse, his family still has plenty of unanswered questions. Officers stopped him for reckless driving in May 2011, and ended up killing him in a hail of more than 100 bullets. CNN's Jason Carroll has a closer look at what happened, and why the investigation is taking so long.
Major league baseball's highest paid player is fighting to stay in the game. Alex Rodriguez is the biggest name on a list of 13 players all facing major suspensions following an investigation into the use of performance-enhancing drugs. A-Rod is returning to the field tonight, as he appeals his 211 game suspension that could lead to him sitting out the 2014 season. The 12 other players all accepted their punishments of missing 50-games without pay. Anderson gets the latest from CNN's Jason Carroll and ESPN's T.J. Quinn.
Tonight on AC360° at 8pmET and 10pmET: CNN's Jason Carroll has an emotional interview with the parents of Robert Champion, a talented college drum major who was killed during a hazing ritual.
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