Fareed Zakaria speaks to Anderson Cooper about why the international community is moving so slowly in its response to the crash of Flight 17. He describes how this crisis feels like a return to the cold war and why it is so difficult to use sanctions to pressure the Kremlin.
Dr. Jeffrey Moore has studied and worked with POWs for more than 25 years. He spoke to Anderson about what Sgt. Bergdahl is going through. Dr. Moore detailed the difficulties many former prisoners face, but he also discussed the role of optimism in the reintegration process.
Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki is now responding to allegations of U.S. Veterans dying while waiting for care at a Phoenix VA Hospital. It comes less than 24 hours after AC360 aired Drew Griffin's report that showed VA Hospital Director Sharon Helman speeding away from his camera, before finally sitting down to deny allegations made by a retired doctor that her hospital kept a secret waiting list. Drew Griffin has the latest twist in the case.
Families of the South Korean ferry passengers are holding onto hope that their loved ones found air pockets inside the ship and are still alive. Tony Bullimore survived for four days in an air pocket after his yacht overturned between Antarctica and Australia.
There is an intense search for Flight 370 going on right now in the Indian Ocean. If the plane crashed into water, there should have been a distress signal leading to the scene. So far, there is no evidence that ever happened. That signal, in theory, would have come from the plane's emergency locator transmitter. Gary Tuchman took a closer look at how an ELT works in air and under water.
Robin Youngblood is one of the lucky ones. Her house was ripped from its foundation and landed a quarter-mile away, but she survived. Youngblood spoke to Anderson and described how the slide moved her house in 30-seconds and smashed it to "matchsticks." In their full conversation, she goes into detail about what she believes caused the ground to give way, and what she plans to do now.
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.
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