"He had his f****n hands up." That's what one witnesses is screaming in a video recorded moments after the shooting death of Michael Brown. He was one of two contractors who just happened to be working nearby that day. Randi Kaye spoke to the attorney for the man who shot that video and she has new information.
How does this video change the case against Officer Darren Wilson? Anderson discussed this with CNN Senior Legal Analyst Jeffrey Toobin and Anthony Gray, who is an attorney for Michael Brown's family.
Videos from ISIS that depict the executions of American journalists James Foley and Steven Sotloff have drawn condemnation from around the world. Randi Kaye reports how those videos are also being used to draw new recruits on jihadi web sites and chatrooms.
Maajid Nawaz was once a Muslim extremist. He discussed what this generation of radicals sees in ISIS' videos.
It is a side-effect of cancer that is often overlooked: social isolation. It wasn't ignored by Len Forkas when his son Matt was battling leukemia at the age of nine. To help him fight the loneliness, he used a web cam to reconnect his son to his friends at school. Today, both Len and Matt are using their charity HopeCam to help kids fighting cancer stay connected. Randi Kaye has their story.
There was no dashcam on Officer Wilson's car when he fired the fatal shots at Michael Brown. Some argue one of those cameras could have stopped the controversy surrounding the shooting. Randi Kaye looks at several incidents where dashcams were involved and found it is not always an open and shut case.
Are dashcams really a quick fix in cases like the Michael Brown shooting? Anderson discussed that question with Washington University law professor Neil Richards and CNN legal analyst Mark Geragos.
62-year-old Marilyn Hartman is facing the possibility of six months in jail and thousands of dollars in fines. It's a situation she could have avoided if she just purchased an airplane ticket. She somehow managed to walk through a TSA checkpoint without showing her ID or boarding pass. She was also able to board a flight and takeoff without being noticed. This isn't the first time Hartman has tried this. Randi Kaye has her story.
Israel claims that Hamas is intentionally putting Palestinian civilians in harms way. Randi Kaye takes a closer look at what the Israeli military says is evidence that Hamas has developed a strategy of using human shields.
Chris Gunness is the spokesman for the United Nation's Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian refugees. He says the one thing the U.N. cannot deliver is security.
The kidnapping and murder of three Israeli teens just weeks ago, helped escalate already simmering tensions between Israel and Palestinian militants. While speaking to Anderson Cooper last night, Israeli government spokesman Mark Regev blamed Hamas for their deaths. On the same program, Mouin Rabbani, a senior fellow at the Institute for Palestine Studies cast doubt on that claim and pointed out that Israel has provided no evidence that these killings were the work of Hamas. Randi Kaye takes a closer look at the murders and the fallout.
Nearly eight years ago former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko died in London after being poisoned with a rare radioactive isotope. On his deathbed Litvinenko put the blame on Vladimir Putin. Randi Kaye takes a closer look at the case that may now find justice.
The crash of Flight 17 is not the first time Russia has denied responsibility for shooting down an airliner. In 1983 hundreds of people were killed in the crash of Korea Airlines Flight 007. Randi Kaye takes a look at the parallels between the two tragedies.
While much of the world is blaming pro-Russian rebels for the downing of Flight 17, many Russians are hearing a much different story. The Russian media is circulating conspiracy theories, attempting to rewrite history and sometimes just ignoring the crash altogether.
Randi Kaye takes a closer look.
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