The world is watching for Russia's next move in Ukraine. But how do Russians view what's happening there? Anderson spoke with Russian journalist Vladimir Pozner, who is in Moscow.
Warren Weinstein was abducted from his home in Pakistan in 2011. Since then he has only been seen in two videos released by his captors. In the most recent, he appeals directly to the ObamaAdministration and says he feels "abandoned and forgotten." Anderson spoke with his family who say they would do anything in their power to get him home.
Just before sitting down to speak with Anderson, former Muslim extremist turned author and politician Maajid Nawaz learned he was named directly in a death threat from the terror group al-Shabab. That's the same group blamed for the Nairobi mall massacre, along with a string of terror attacks around the world. In a wide ranging interview, Nawaz shares his journey of de-radicalization and discusses why the voices of moderate Muslims are needed to combat extremism and terrorism.
The government shutdown cannot stop Obamacare from moving forward. But technical glitches and online errors are stopping plenty of Americans from signing up for coverage. After years of political infighting over the Affordable Care Act, many are questioning why the government wasn't better prepared? Anderson spoke with Slate columnist David Auerbach.
Michelle Langbehn is a young mother with a young daughter and she is battling a rare aggressive form of cancer. Last time she spoke to Anderson, Michelle discussed her struggle to get an experimental drug through the National Institutes of Health during the shutdown. Tonight, she says her condition has worsened, and she is attempting to get potentially life-saving drugs through other government agencies, but they are also closed due to the shutdown.
Amanda Lindhout's love of travel led her to a career in journalism. After traveling to more than 50 countries by the age of 27, she landed in Somalia to cover a story. After just three days, Lindhout and a photographer colleague were kidnapped by an extremist group and held for 460 days. She sat down with Anderson to talk about her ordeal, how her family fought for her release, and why she has already returned to Somalia.
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