Tonight on 360°, we have breaking news on three fronts. Across the UK police are promising to crackdown on new riots. The violence began after the shooting death by police of a 29-year-old black man in London last week. And Anderson will be reporting from Somalia, where there's a dire warning from the World Food Programme. The UN agency, which is offering the most assistance to famine victims, says it will run of money in three weeks or less. And here at home, we now know the three Democratic senators who will serve on the new super committee tasked with cutting the U.S. deficit.
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