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Join us for an AC360° exclusive tonight. You'll hear from Lisa Ling, the sister of Laura, who along with Euna Lee, arrived back in the U.S. yesterday after being freed from 12 years of hard labor in North Korea. That's after former Pres. Bill Clinton's surprise visit to Pyongyang. What was it like for the Ling family during the 140 days Laura was held in captivity? And, how are Laura and Euna doing now that they're back home? Don't miss Laura's first interview since her sister's release.
Pakistan's most wanted man may be dead tonight after a U.S. drone attack. His name is Baitullah Mehsud. He's Pakistan's Taliban leader. He has quite the resume of suspected offenses. He's best known for allegedly being behind the assassination of former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto, who was gunned down at a political rally in December 2008. Bhutto's widower, Asif Ali Zardari, is the current president of Pakistan. We'll have more on the suspected killing of Mehsud tonight on 360°.
Back here at home, from 8-10pm ET on CNN don't miss the National Report Card on Pres. Obama's second 100 days in office. Across the nation, CNN viewers are grading Mr. Obama on how he's handling the economy, health care and other issues (Click here for details on the report card). Tonight on 360° will be digging deeper on his presidency and give you unique perspective from a group of women voters. When Gary Tuchman met them just before the election last fall they were undecided voters and frustrated about the rhetoric on the campaign trail and the direction the country was heading. Nine months later, Gary has caught up again with this same group of women to see how they voted and to see if they think Pres. Obama has been successful in his first 200 days in office.
And, Sunday will mark the 40th anniversary of the Manson murders. We continue our week-long look at one of the most infamous killing sprees in U.S. history. Decades later, the fascination with Charles Manson endures. When his prison mug shot was released in March, millions viewed in online. And, "Helter Skelter" is still the number one selling true crime book of all-time. It was written by Vincent Bugliosi, the prosecutor, who put Manson in prison for life. Tonight, Ted Rowlands looks at the obsession with Manson.
Join us for these stories and much more starting at 10pm ET. See you then!
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