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The death toll is rising in American Samoa and Samoa following an earthquake that triggered a tsunami. At least 110 people have died in the south Pacific islands. And, a second quake hit the region today. Thousands are reportedly trapped on the Indonesian island of Sumatra after the 7.6 magnitude earthquake. We'll talk with the Red Cross about their rescue efforts.
And, we're back in Chicago demanding answers. We've been covering the city's violence for far too long. Kids are still killing kids. The latest victim: Derrion Albert. The honor student was beaten to death and killing was caught on tape. Four teens have been charged in the case. Why can't the violence stop? You'll hear from the head of schools and the city's top cop. We're keeping them honest.
Plus, more big names in Hollywood are defending Roman Polanski who remains under arrest in Switzerland vowing to fight extradition to the U.S. on charges he raped a 13-year-old girl more than 30 years ago. Movie mogul Harvey Weinstein has written an op-ed in the UK's "The Independent" newspaper. "This is a miscarriage of justice, and the government is making him a scapegoat," Weinstein wrote. Randi Kaye is digger deeper into those accusation.
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