AC 360° Correspondent
The images from the Midwest are eerily reminiscent of some other recent floods in the US. Our
reporters have sent in some unbelievable shots – they are worth a look.
I have a tough time wrapping my head around that much water; all I can focus on is the aftermath we saw in Louisiana and Mississippi, and it is not a pretty sight.
Millions of White House emails may be unaccounted for…and they’re likely going to stay that way, as are the records about why and how they may have gone missing. Today, a federal judge ruled the White House Office of Administration – the folks in charge of storing records, including emails – isn’t subject to the Freedom of Information Act.
Why are people so interested in these emails? A few reasons… one is former CIA agent Valerie Plame, and the details on how and when her identity was leaked. The White House denies any evidence – including emails – was lost.
She’s been married five times. She’d been widowed five times. All of her husbands spent time in the military. Now police want to know if the woman who was once married to these men may be responsible for their deaths. One former brother-in-law says he’s been suspicious for decades, and has been trying to get authorities to dig a little deeper. A little old lady, killing off one husband after another? Some say it may not be so far-fetched.
So many of the stories I was reading today were depressing, disgusting or both. I didn’t want to subject you to all of that on a Monday, so here’s a reminder that there are still plenty of good peple in this world.
Anderson Cooper goes beyond the headlines to tell stories from many points of view, so you can make up your own mind about the news. Tune in weeknights at 8 and 10 ET on CNN.
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