Toronto's Mayor Rob Ford has made plenty of headlines over the last few months. He famously admitted to smoking crack, made vulgar comments to reporters and there is a string of bizarre videos of him posted on-line. Toronto Star Reporter Robyn Doolittle goes in-depth into Rob Ford's life in her new book "Crazy Town."
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford is once again being forced to explain another bizarre video posted on the internet. Past videos have shown him smoking what appeared to be crack cocaine and delivering incoherent rants filled with death threats. In the new video, he appears intoxicated. Paula Newton has the latest on Ford's explanation.
Bill Weir shares behind-the-scenes details of his intimate interview with Toronto Mayor Rob Ford with the AC360 later panel.
CNN's Bill Weir catches up with Toronto Mayor Rob Ford and confronts him about his crack smoking admission. He says he smoked crack but he is not an addict. Mayor Ford has since been stripped of most of his powers but he still says he is not going anywhere. Listen to what else he has to say.
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An extremely tough week for Mayor Rob Ford ends with Toronto's City Council voting to take away some of his power. Ford has been making worldwide headlines since confessing to smoking crack. Lewd remarks he made Thursdayonly added to his growing list of problems. Throughout it all, his brother, Councilor Doug Ford has been one of his most fervent defenders. Tonight he spoke with CNN's Bill Weir.
Just when you thought Toronto's crack-smoking mayor Rob Ford had maxed out the shock factor, he managed to take it to a new level - this time with a lewd remark. His latest outburst came just a day after Toronto's city councilvoted to ask him to take a leave of absence. Not only is Ford refusing to leave, he's digging in and taking no prisoners. Paula Newton has the latest.
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford admitted to buying illegal drugs within the past two years, while in office. The confession came during a tense city council meeting, where members voted 37-5 to ask Mayor Ford to take a leave of absence. CNN's Paula Newton has the latest.
People waiting for the other shoe to drop for Toronto's crack-smoking mayor, Rob Ford, didn't have too wait long. A troubling new tape of Rob Ford ranting just surfaced. Anderson takes a look at what's on this video and the reaction from Ford’s family.
Robyn Doolittle, the Toronto Star reporter who helped break this story, has the latest on this case from Toronto.
Anderson discusses this troubling situation with addiction medicine specialist Dr. Drew Pinsky. He warns, "I am afraid he is going to die."
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