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There’s no longer a mystery over what’s in Michael Jackson’s will. Today his lawyers were in court to file the will Jackson wrote seven years ago. Tonight, Randi Kaye will take a close look at Jackson’s wishes.
Here are some details on the will: His entire estate goes into a family trust. Grandmother Katherine Jackson is named the children’s primary guardian. Singer Diana Ross is named the secondary guardian, if needed. And, Jackson’s ex-wife, Debbie Rowe, the mother of Jackson’s two oldest children, gets nothing of his estimated $500 million in assets. What do you think of the will? Share your thoughts below.
Dr. Sanjay Gupta joins Anderson to discuss insomnia. Michael Jackson complained about it. He wasn’t alone. About 1 in 3 Americans suffer from insomnia at some point. But what’s the safest way to treat it? Did Jackson take the wrong approach which may have led to his death? Dr. Gupta has the facts on sleeping drugs you need to know.
In other news, more South Carolina’s GOP senators are calling for Governor Sanford’s resignation after he gave more details on his extra-marital affairs, but Sanford’s office insists he’s not going anywhere. Candy Crowley has the raw politics.
U.S. troops have launched a new offensive against the Taliban in Afghanistan. We’ll map it out of you tonight. Plus, U.S. forces pulled out of Iraqi cities yesterday. Is the country in good hands? CNN correspondent Michael Ware will join us with a live report from Baghdad.
And, we’re tracking the news out of Iran, where a detained Newsweek journalist has made a questionable confession. Iranian state-funded TV reports Maziar Bahari has confessed that all Western journalists in the country are spies. Iranian officials just confirmed today they have Bahari in custody. He had been missing for nine days. We’ll have the latest on the crackdown.
We also have new details on the lone survivor of the plane crash in the Indian Ocean off the coast of Comoros. Amazingly, the 13 year old girl held onto plane wreckage in the freezing waters for more than 12 hours before being rescued.
Join us for these stories and tonight on 360° live from Los Angeles starting at 10pm ET. See you then.
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