Tonight on 360°, we’ll take you to a new front in the immigration battle: Virginia. The state’s attorney general, Ken Cuccinelli, is following Arizona's get tough approach. He's cracking down after a deadly car crash involving three nuns and an illegal immigrant who was drunk. Cuccinelli says the feds dropped the ball by not deporting the Bolivian man who had a history of drunken driving and other infractions. But critics say the AG is show-boating. We’ll let you decide.
Outspoken atheist Christopher Hitchens, author of “God is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything”, wrote about his recent diagnosis of esophageal cancer in the September issue of Vanity Fair. Tonight, in a candid and revealing interview, he talks to Anderson about whether the diagnosis – and its poor prognosis - has changed his views about God. Prayer groups are praying for his recovery. How does he feel about that?
New 911 tapes from the shootings in Hartford, Connecticut were released today – and this time we hear the shooter talking. Omar Thornton, who killed eight co-workers, called 911 shortly before turning a gun on himself. Tonight you’ll hear what he told the dispatcher.
And, if you’re a Facebook fanatic, you need to see Randi Kaye’s report about how Facebook has made it easier for criminals to find victims. See what happened to one unsuspecting couple.
See you at 10 p.m. eastern.
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