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September 27th, 2013
12:03 AM ET

RidicuList: Incredibeard

The world is full of facial hair. But not all beards can do double duty as a bowl for ramen noodles, or play beard pong. You have to see tonight's RidicuList to believe it.

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September 27th, 2013
12:01 AM ET

Remains found on the Costa Concordia

A new chapter is just beginning in the Costa Concordia disaster. 32 people died when the ship capsized last last year. The remains of two of those victims have just been found in the wreckage. Now divers will begin the job of recovering them. Journalist Barbie Nadeau has the latest.

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Filed under: Costa Concordia cruise ship
September 26th, 2013
11:49 PM ET

Crime & Punishment: A new trial in "warning shot" case

Marissa Alexander was sentenced to 20 years in prison after firing a warning shot to scare off her abusive husband. The bullet didn't hit him, and no one was hurt. Now an appeals court ruled the judge mishandled the jury instructions, and granted Alexander a new trial. Gary Tuchman is the only reporter to interview Marissa Alexander on-camera from jail, and has her story.

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Filed under: Crime & Punishment • Gary Tuchman
September 26th, 2013
11:47 PM ET

Crime & Punishment: Rapist teacher leaves jail after month-long sentence

A former teacher who admitted to raping his then-14-year-old student walked out of jail in Montana today, after serving only a month. The case is not only drawing outrage because of the light sentence, but also for comments the judge made about the victim. He suggested she was partly to blame, because in his opinion, she seemed "older than her chronological age." The judge later apologized, but now the convicted rapist is a free man. CNN's Kyung Lah has the latest.

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September 26th, 2013
11:43 PM ET

Raw Politics: Congress in crisis mode

Lawmakers are scrambling to strike a deal to avoid a government shutdown this Tuesday. But there is another budget battle looming, the debt ceiling needs to be increased by mid-October. President Obama is resisting calls from Republican leaders in the House to work out a compromise, saying he refuses to negotiate over America's ability to pay its bills. Dana Bash has the latest.

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Filed under: Congress • Dana Bash • Raw Politics
September 26th, 2013
11:41 PM ET

Keeping Them Honest: Rehab Racket Hearings

California legislators grilled bureaucrats today as a result of a year-long investigation by CNN and The Center for Investigative Reporting. The hearings centered on allegations of fraud in California's drug rehab program, which receives millions in tax dollars every year. Our investigation found fraud so egregious that as a result, 174 drug rehab locations were suspended, with some even shutdown. CNN's Drew Griffin has the latest.

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September 26th, 2013
12:18 AM ET

Don't believe everything you read

New York's Attorney General is cracking down on false online reviews, settling cases with 19 companies so far after a sting operation.  What does that mean for the millions of people who rely on sites like Yelp, Cityseach, and Trip Advisor? Frank Bruni, who is a former New York Times restaurant critic weighs in.

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Filed under: AC360 Later • Ana Navarro • Christiane Amanpour • Mark Geragos
September 26th, 2013
12:14 AM ET

Dr. Drew reveals cancer surgery

More than 200,000 men in the U.S. are diagnosed with prostate cancer every year. Just yesterday, Dr. Drew Pinsky revealed he is in that group. He underwent surgery last July to remove the tumor. He joined the AC360 Panel to discuss it.
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Filed under: AC360 Later • Ana Navarro • Cancer • Christiane Amanpour • Dr. Drew Pinsky • Mark Geragos
September 26th, 2013
12:13 AM ET

Iranian President's Holocaust comment controversy

During his interview with Christiane Amanpour, Iran's president acknowledged the Holocaust. But now Iranian media are questioning CNN's translation of his remarks. Christiane responds in one word.
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Filed under: AC360 Later • Ana Navarro • Christiane Amanpour • Hassan Rouhani • Iran • Mark Geragos
September 26th, 2013
12:10 AM ET

AIG CEO compares criticism of big bonuses to lynching

There was plenty of anger after AIG accepted public funds to stay afloat during the financial collapse. Now there is a new round of anger after the company's current CEO compared criticism of huge bonuses to the pitchforks and nooses from the deep South decades ago. Rolling Stone contributing editor Matt Taibbi joins the discussion.
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Filed under: AC360 Later • Ana Navarro • Christiane Amanpour • Mark Geragos
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