Tonight on 360°, hear from the Republican candidate for U.S. Congress who is taking heat for his former hobby - being a World War II re-enactor, on the German side, pretending to be a member of Adolf Hitler's elite killing unit, the SS.
Rich Iott says his hobby is being taken out of context. Swastikas were banned from their attire. The tea party favorite in Ohio wants to point out he's a re-enactor for all types of battles, including those from World War I and the U.S. Civil War.
Meanwhile, the Tea Party favorite in Nevada's U.S. Senate race is under fire for comments she made about Islam.
Last month, Sharron Angle was asked at a rally to give her feedback on a television report on how Muslims want to "take over the United States."
Angle responded: "We're talking about a militant terrorist situation, which I believe it isn't a widespread thing, but it is enough that we need to address, and we have been addressing it."
"My thoughts are these, first of all, Dearborn, Michigan and Frankford, Texas, are on American soil, and under constitutional law. Not Sharia law. And, I don't know how that happened in the United States," she said. "It seems there is something fundamentally wrong with allowing a foreign system of law to even take hold in any municipality or government situation in our United States."
Dearborn Mayor John O'Reilly took issue with Angle's comments. You'll hear from him tonight.
Plus, the latest on the mission to rescue 33 miners in Chile. They've been trapped for more than two months, but some could be freed in about 24 hours. Gary Tuchman has a live report from the site.
Join us for these stories and much more starting at 10 p.m. ET on CNN. See you then.
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