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U.S. officials say the FBI and DEA have unraveled a plot by Iran to kill Saudi Arabia's Ambassador to the United States. Attorney General Eric Holder says they learned of the alleged plan with the help of an informant posing as an associate of a Mexican drug cartel. We'll have the latest on the breaking news. Plus, for the first time the jury hears the full account of what Dr. Conrad Murray says happened the day Michael Jackson died. The audiotapes of his police interview are played for the jury. And, more of our bullying investigation. All that and more tonight on 360°.
Every parent, educator and teen needs to know what the AC360° bullying study reveals about "social combat" and the devastating and lasting effects of bullying.
Reverend Robert Jeffress, an influential evangelical leader and megachurch pastor, is taking shots at Mitt Romney's faith. Today he called it a 'cult', while endorsing Romney's rival, Rick Perry. Pastor Jeffress also said the President governs by "un-Biblical principles". We'll ask the pastor about those comments. Plus, and "Occupy Wall Street" protesters coming under fire from lawmakers who worry the crowds will soon turn violent. Yet many of them praised the tea party for using many of the very same tactics. We're Keeping Them Honest.
Herman Cain's willingness to speak his mind has made him a surging contender for the Republican presidential nomination, even though time after time his statements are in direct contradiction to the facts. You'll hear example after example tonight on the program. We're keeping him honest. Plus, remember the bridge to nowhere? Well, tonight you'll hear about another Alaskan boondoggle: an airport being built on an uninhabited island at a cost of $60 million to the American taxpayer. we sent 360's Gary Tuchman to investigate.
We have breaking news on two fronts tonight. Apple confirms that its former CEO Steve Jobs has died. Plus, Sarah Palin announces she won't run for the White House in 2012. Plus, the latest on the Michael Jackson death trial and much more.
Acquitted murderer Amanda Knox is expected land back in her hometown of Seattle any moment. We'll have live coverage of return tonight on AC360°.
Plus, three girlfriends of Dr. Conrad Murray testify at the Michael Jackson Death Trial. One of them said Murry had shipments of the drug that officials said killed Jackson shipped to her home. Plus, tonight's other headlines.
An Italian jury has cleared Seattle-native Amanda Knox of murder. Knox is free from prison tonight. She's back with her family and making plans to return to the United States within hours. But to some there's no justice for Knox's murdered roommate Meredith Kercher. We'll have all the breaking news developments in the case. Plus, here at home, the ER doctor who declared Michael Jackson dead testified in the involuntary manslaughter trial of Dr. Conrad Murray's today. And, the restaurant battle between Hooters and Twin Peaks lands on our RidicuList.
We have new information on what the American-turned-terrorist, Anwar al-Awlaki, had hoped to do here in the United States.
There's word it involved chemical weapons. He was killed today in a U.S. drone attack in Yemen. And, in Crime and Punishment, a paramedic delivers damning testimony on day 4 of the Michael Jackson death trial. See why he says Doctor Conrad Murray's story just didn't add up. Plus, the RidicuList and more.
A publishing powerhouse has an online portfolio that includes a web site that allows users to post and comment on sexually suggestive pictures of teenagers. The web site is reddit.com and visitors to the open forum can create subcategories on topics of interest. One of which is Jailbait, an online community for people with a common interest in teen girls in suggestive poses. Is it child porn or free speech? We're Keeping Them Honest. Plus, day three in the Michael Jackson death trial. And, final arguments in the Amanda Knox trial in Italy.
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