There are growing concerns over Americans who traveled to fight in Syria planning to return home to launch attacks here. The FBI and the U.S. Intelligence community are working to track these individuals. Barbara Starr has new details on why this investigation is so complicated.
Anderson discussed the dangers of fighters who carry U.S. passports with National Security Analyst Fran Townsend, CIA and FBI counterterrorism official Philip Mudd and counterterrorism veteran Robert McFadden.
Some air passengers are about to face tougher security screenings before boarding flights to the U.S. The Obama administration is tightening security in an effort to find sophisticated explosives designed to get past screeners. Terror groups smuggled a shoe bomb and an underwear bomb years ago. Both plots failed. Jim Sciutto looks at how authorities are working to stay ahead of the terrorists.
Tom Ridge served as America's first Homeland Security Secretary. He says he believes terror groups in Syria are likely behind this latest threat.
The deal struck by the U.S. and Russia to disarm Syria of its chemical weapons may have just hit a major snag. CNN has learned the Assad regime has been moving its chemical weapons after the deal was struck. The plan's first deadline is this Saturday, when Syria is supposed to provide details on what they have and where it is. CNN's Jim Sciutto has the latest.
Anderson digs deeper with former U.S. weapons inspector David Kay, and Christopher Dickey, Mideast editor for Newsweek and The Daily Beast.
Anderson Cooper speaks with chess grandmaster and Russian dissident Garry Kasparov about Pres. Putin's Syria proposal.
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