October 31st, 2013
07:24 PM ET

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October 31st, 2013
04:28 PM ET

CNN Heroes Top 10: Danielle Gletow

Danielle Gletow started One Simple Wish, a nonprofit that helps grant the wishes of foster children. Wishes are posted online, and anyone can pay to make a child’s wish come true. Since 2008, the group has helped grant more than 6,500 wishes to children in 42 states.

One of this year’s Top 10 Heroes will become the ‘CNN Hero of the Year’ and awarded $250,000 to continue their work.

You can vote once a day, every day at www.cnnheroes.com  through Sunday, November 17.

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October 31st, 2013
12:02 AM ET

Is anger management rehab even a real thing?

Singer Chris Brown is checking into rehab after his latest arrest. There is no indication he has a substance abuse problem. He's reportedly entering rehab for anger management. Brown is currently on probation for beating up his former girlfriend Rihanna. Dr Drew Pinsky joins the panel to weigh in on rehab for anger management vs. substance abuse.
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October 30th, 2013
11:59 PM ET

President Obama bumped from the top spot of Forbes most powerful people list

Russian President Vladamir Putin bumped President Obama from the top spot of the Forbes Magazine list of the 72 most powerful people on the planet. What does this say about the job President Obama is doing? What does this say about Forbes Magazine? Andrew Sullivan has some strong words for Forbes executive editor Michael Noer.
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October 30th, 2013
11:56 PM ET

Is President Obama a "Bystander President"?

When Presidents get tagged by pundits, they are often accused of micromanaging like Jimmy Carter, or being out of the loop... bystanders to their own presidency. President Obama is the latest alleged bystander. David Gergen joins the panel with his assessment on how President Obama is handling the job.



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October 30th, 2013
11:53 PM ET

Secretary Sebelius testifies about Obamacare: "she tried to fall on her sword"

That's how New York Times columnist Charles Blow described what happened in today's House hearing on the rollout of the Affordable Care Act. Secretary Sebelius took responsibility for the problems plaguing the law's implantation. President Obama offered a similar message at a healthcare event in Boston today. The AC360 Later panel debates how Americans considering enrolling for coverage are viewing all of this.
October 30th, 2013
11:49 PM ET

"Could be the wipeout of the year," Laird Hamilton weighs in on Carlos Burle's attempt to break surfing's biggest record

We are waiting for official word on whether Carlos Burle surfed a 100 foot wave and broke the world record. But longboard surfing legend Laird Hamilton says it doesn't matter how big the wave was, he doesn’t believe Burle finished the ride. Anderson speaks with Hamilton about this surfing controversy.

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October 30th, 2013
11:47 PM ET

A not so private audience with Pope Francis

Pope Francis delivered a message to families in Saint Peter's Square over the weekend, but it was a boy from the audience who ended up stealing the show. The little guy apparently wanted to be part of the action. He jumped right up to be next to the pope and refused to leavethe pontiff’s  side, even after an aide offered him candy. The pope took it all in stride. Randi Kaye reports.

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October 30th, 2013
11:43 PM ET

Outrage after nursing home patients were left to fend for themselves

Criminal charges could be filed against the owners of a California nursing home. On the day the state shut down the facility, most of the staff walked off the job. They left 14 elderly patients behind, and no arrangements were made to move them elsewhere. Three employees stayed behind to help the abandoned patients. Stephanie Elam has been digging into this story.


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October 30th, 2013
11:41 PM ET

Justice Department to announce decision on possible civil rights investigation in Kendrick Johnson case

The Justice Department is preparing to announce whether the death of Georgia high school student Kendrick Johnson deserves a full civil rights investigation. Local officials ruled the case a tragic accident, but his parents insist Kendrick was murdered. Today, a judge ordered the release of new potential evidence in the case. Victor Blackwell has the latest.

Kendrick Johnson's parents have enlisted the help of Florida civil rights attorney Benjamin Crump, who gained national attention representing the family of Trayvon Martin, the teen who was shot to death by George Zimmerman. Anderson spoke with him, and his co-counsel Chevene King.

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