One day after a bizarre and frightening hatchet attack leaves a New York City police officer in critical condition, officials label the incident an act of terror.
CNN's Deborah Feyerick reports on the third of three incidents, all aimed at persons in uniform, all seemingly inspired by terrorism.
A doctor, who recently traveled to Guinea to treat Ebola patients, is the first Ebola case in New York City. But where was he prior to realizing he had contracted the virus?
Watch the above video as CNN's Jason Carroll details the ways in which medical detectives are retracing Dr. Craig Spencer's recent movements.
Dr. Craig Spencer is now the first Ebola patient in New York City. He tested positive for the virus days after returning from Guinea. He was there working with Doctors Without Borders treating Ebola patients. News of Dr. Spencer's diagnosis came during AC360 and Anderson broke the news.
Investigators released video of the moments just before a man attacked a group of New York police officers with a hatchet. He injured two officers, one of them critically. Police say they fear this attack was motivated by radical Islam after looking at the suspect's social media accounts. Jim Sciutto has the latest.
Scott Walsh was near the war memorial during today's shooting. He spoke to Anderson about the moment the gunman raised his rifle and everyone around him hit the deck. Walsh says the shooter tried to hijack a car at gunpoint. He also describes seeing a man dressed in a similar scarf as the gunman, but this man acted "as if nothing was going on."
Ottawa's Mayor Jim Watson talks to Anderson about the lockdown surrounding Parliament as it was just beginning to lift. He speaks about the tragedy of the young Canadian soldier who lost his life today and the bravery of the Sergeant-at-Arms, who is being hailed as a hero for ending the rampage. Mayor Watson also discussed how the shooting spree shattered Canadians' feelings of immunity when it comes to terror attacks.
Officials say that a Canadian-born convert to Islam with a decade-long criminal record was responsible for today's shooting inside Canada's main Parliament building. A soldier at a nearby war memorial was killed, three other people were wounded. Randi Kaye looks at how today's tragedy unfolded.
When a 700 Club viewer asked Pat Robertson about the dangers of Ebola in Kenya, he had a strange warning for him, "the towels could have AIDS." It turns out Robertson has a history of offering truly baffling travel advice.
Ben Bradlee is best known for his work editing the Washington Post during the Watergate scandal. Anderson Cooper looks back at Bradlee's life and legendary career with reporter Carl Bernstein, whose investigative reporting for the newspaper with Bob Woodward helped bring down the Nixon presidency.
On the first day of early voting in Chicago, President Obama wasted no time in casting his ballot for the midterm election. Mike Jones couldn't waste what he called a ‘once in a lifetime opportunity’ to make a wisecrack warning the commander-in-chief, ‘Don't touch my girlfriend.’ What did Mike think would happen? Anderson spoke to Mike and his fiancé Aia Cooper.
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