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HPV Controversy take two: Join the Live Chat
September 14th, 2011
07:45 PM ET

HPV Controversy take two: Join the Live Chat

Michele Bachmann is still under fire for her claim that the HPV vaccine could cause, in her words, mental retardation. We'll talk to a former Bachmann staffer about his time working with her and why her constant stretching of the truth led him to step down.

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HPV Controversy: Join the Live Chat
September 13th, 2011
07:53 PM ET

HPV Controversy: Join the Live Chat

In yesterday's debate, Michele Bachmann challenged Gov. Rick Perry on his 2007 executive order that required Texas schoolgirls to receive vaccinations against the sexually transmitted HPV virus, Bachmann suggested the governor acted for purely political reasons. What's the real story?

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September 9th, 2011
07:54 PM ET

Terror Threat Latest: Join the Live Chat

Anderson will be reporting live from the World Trade Center Site with new details on the terror threat that has New York and Washington on alert. Plus, why 10 years after 9/11 first responders in some cities still can't count on fully functioning communications systems – lifesaving systems – if catastrophe strikes.

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Pres. Obama Unveils New Jobs Plan & New Terror Threat:  Join the Live Chat
September 8th, 2011
07:44 PM ET

Pres. Obama Unveils New Jobs Plan & New Terror Threat: Join the Live Chat

Tonight, in a speech to joint session of Congress, Pres. Obama spelled out his vision to improve the U.S. job market. We'll have feedback from both sides of the aisle. Will his plan work? Will the GOP back it? We're also looking at past promises by Pres. Obama on the jobs front. We're Keeping Them Honest. Plus, breaking news on a new terror threat in the U.S. surrounding the 9/11 anniversary. An official calls the threat "specific, credible but unconfirmed." The source also saying that New York and Washington were mentioned as possible targets – the same cities hit 10 years ago.

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The Jobs Push: Keeping Them Honest – Join the Live Chat
September 6th, 2011
07:46 PM ET

The Jobs Push: Keeping Them Honest – Join the Live Chat

Tonight we're keeping the presidential candidates honest on their claims that they know how to create jobs. President Obama unveils a job creation plan on Thursday, in a speech to Congress. But GOP Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney laid out his competing plan, late today. We'll look at Romney's record on jobs creation. Plus, a gay teenager shot to death in his classroom. Police say a classmate pulled the trigger. There were plenty of witnesses. So why was their a mistrial? That's crime and punishment. And, a pizza fight involving Kate Plus 8 tops our RidicuList.

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'Monster' Texas Wildfire: Join the Live Chat
September 5th, 2011
07:45 PM ET

'Monster' Texas Wildfire: Join the Live Chat

A massive wildfire near Austin, Texas has burned 25,000 acres and destroyed 300 homes. The blaze is zero percent contained. We'll have a live report on the firefight. Plus, jobs were the big topic this Labor Day for Pres. Obama and the GOP presidential candidates. We'll talk it over with Democratic Strategist James Carville and Ari Fleischer, the former White House Press Secretary for President G.W. Bush. Find out why authorities in Aruba investigating the disappearance of American Robyn Gardner want to track down the people who drove a white car that was caught on surveillance video. And once again adding Gerard Depardieu to our RidicuList.

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September 1st, 2011
07:41 PM ET

Syrian Lies Exposed: Join the Live Chat

From months, Syrian government officials have been claiming civilians weren't being killed, or telling the outside world it's not what it appears to be. Tonight, keeping them honest, you'll hear from a high ranking government official who couldn't lie any longer. He resigned from the government and went into hiding, but he isn't running from the truth. And wait to you hear what the government is saying about what happened to him. Plus, a new study is released on the cancer risk for firefighters who at the World Trade Center site helping with recover efforts in the days and weeks after 9/11. And, we'll have tonight's other headlines.

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Flooding After Irene, FEMA Funding Fight: Join the Live Chat
Rescuers save a stranded man in Paterson, New Jersey, on Tuesday, after Hurricane Irene caused flooding.
August 31st, 2011
07:43 PM ET

Flooding After Irene, FEMA Funding Fight: Join the Live Chat

President Obama will be traveling to Paterson, New Jersey on Sunday to get an up close look at the flooding damage after Hurricane Irene. We'll have a live report from New Jersey on the crisis. Plus, the state's governor blasts his party in Washington for the fight over FEMA funding. His anger directed at House Majority Leader Eric Cantor who wants to offset FEMA spending with budget cuts. We're Keeping Them Honest. Plus, tonight's other headlines.

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Flooding After Irene: Join the Live Chat
A police vehicle in Old Bethpage, New York, keeps people and vehicles away from a downed power line Sunday.
August 30th, 2011
07:47 PM ET

Flooding After Irene: Join the Live Chat

New evacuations orders are in effect for parts of New Jersey tonight due to the flooding in the wake of Hurricane Irene. We'll check in with our reporter on the scene. Plus, Texas Republican Congressman Ron Paul talks about why he thinks FEMA needs less funding. And, we're Keeping Them Honest in Syria where the government insists it's not killing it's own people, including children. But wait till you hear what the U.N. is saying tonight.

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Flooding Trouble After Irene: Join the Live Chat
Trains were idle Monday at New Jersey's Trenton Transit Center because of water on the tracks from Hurricane Irene.
August 29th, 2011
07:43 PM ET

Flooding Trouble After Irene: Join the Live Chat

The skies have cleared, but flooding is still a top concern after Hurricane Irene. Many rivers and creeks are expected to crest in New Jersey and bring new flooding. We'll also take you to Plattsville, New York, which was washed away by the storm. We'll talk to a reporter from YNN who is stuck in the Catskills town. Plus, polygamist leader Warren Jeffs is in a coma in a Texas hospital just weeks after he was convicted of sexually assaulting two girls he claimed were his "spiritual wives." And, we'll have the latest developments from Libya.

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