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.
More than 1,400 people have died from Ebola across West Africa. In Liberia, some 70,000 people are quarantined in a neighborhood of the capital after rioters looted a treatment center claiming the virus was a government hoax. 120 healthcare workers have died of Ebola, and twice as many are infected. Now Dr. Thomas Frieden, the Director of the CDC, who's on the ground in Liberia is calling the outbreak an 'absolute emergency.' Anderson discussed the crisis with Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta.
A man who lives near the spot where Michael Brown lost his life has come forward with what he says is an audio recording of Officer Wilson firing his gun. CNN cannot independently confirm that this is an actual recording of the shooting, but if it is authentic it could be a key piece of evidence. Ted Rowlands has what can be heard on this recording.
What could the recording mean for prosecutors, if Officer Wilson is charged in the shooting of Michael Brown? Anderson discussed it with CNN legal analysts Jeffrey Toobin and Sunny Hostin, along with audio forensic expert Frank Piazza.
You might know Hill Harper as one of the stars of the show 'Covert Affairs.' He just returned from a visit to Ferguson. He described an 'us against them' mentality when it comes to both the police force and young people living there.
How do you prepare for a reunion with a son who you believed you may never see again? Peter Theo Curtis was kidnapped by Islamic militants in Syria nearly two years ago. He was just freed through a deal brokered by Qatar. Today, his mother Nancy Curtis is preparing for his homecoming. She spoke to Anderson about the years of uncertainty and what it was like to speak to her son, whom she calls Theo, for the first time after his release.
A scathing report has just been released on the VA facilities in Phoenix. The study looked at more than 3,000 cases and found that dozens of veterans had quote 'clinically significant' delays in care, and six of them died. The report says investigators could not conclusively link their deaths to those delays. Senior Investigative Correspondent Drew Griffin broke this story and has been Keeping Them Honest from the beginning. He has been going through the report and its disturbing findings.
Thousands of people gathered to pay their respects to Michael Brown today. His family remembered him as a big guy with a kind and gentle soul. Anderson discussed today's service and the message it is sending with Michael Brown's cousin Eric Davis along with Brown family attorney Benjamin Crump.
AC360 takes a look back at the most moving moments from Michael Brown's funeral.
Today's funeral for Michael Brown was all about remembering a life cut short. But now new details are emerging about the Darren Wilson, the police officer who fired the fatal shots. Ted Rowlands looks at Wilson's personal and professional life.
Anderson discussed the support Officer WIlson is receiving from the law enforcement community with Neil Bruntrager. He is the General Counsel for the St. Louis Police Officers Association.
California's wine country was rocked by the region's strongest earthquake in 25 years. For one Napa community, it wasn't the shaking that destroyed several homes, it was the flames from what's believed to be a broken gas line. Gary Tuchman meets some of the residents who are still figuring out how to pick up the pieces.
American journalist Peter Theo Curtis is free, after being held for nearly two years by Muslim extremists in Syria. His release by the militant group the Nusra Front came as a surprise, just days after the execution of fellow American journalist James Foley by ISIS. Miguel Marquez has more about Curtis' ordeal.
Syria says it is ready to accept U.S. airstrikes to help stop ISIS, as long as certain conditions are met. The Muslim extremist group seized a key Syrian air base. But is it even possible that the U.S. would cooperate with the Assad regime? Anderson discussed this situation with CNN National Security Analyst Fran Townsend and Lieutenant General Mark Hertling who commanded U.S. forces in Iraq from 2007-2009.
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