October 11th, 2013
12:59 AM ET

Obamacare website woes

It is meant to be the first stop for millions of Americans signing up for coverage under the Affordable Care Act. But many are finding the Obamacare web site is plagued by glitches and software problems. On top of that, the administration is not yet releasing numbers on how many people enrolled through the site. MIT economist Jonathan Gruber is an architect of both Obamacare and, in Massachusetts, Romneycare.

Filed under: AC360 Later • Obamacare
October 11th, 2013
12:57 AM ET

Inside the White House budget meeting

Republican Congressman James Lankford joins AC360 Later just hours after attending the budget meeting with President Obama at the White House. How close are both sides to a deal? What impact are new poll numbers having on the process? The panel discusses all of it.

October 11th, 2013
12:56 AM ET

An award for Edward Snowden

To some former NSA contractor Edward Snowden is a criminal, a traitor, a fugitive from the law. But to others, Snowden is nothing short of a hero and a courageous whistleblower. Now, he has been honored by a group of former U.S. intelligence officers. They gave him the  'Sam Adams Associates for Integrity in Intelligence' award, named for a late CIA analyst. Former CIA analyst Ray McGovern was there and met with Snowden. Anderson spoke with McGovern on the phone.

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October 11th, 2013
12:54 AM ET

Biker video fallout

It's the video the country is talking about. A group of bikers attacking an SUV driver after the driver apparently runs over one of the motorcyclists. It was recorded on a helmet-cam, and it helped lead to the arrests of several bikers. The man who shot the video is not facing charges, but his attorney Andrew Verece spoke to Anderson about the situation.

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October 11th, 2013
12:51 AM ET

CNN Heroes announced

Today CNN announced the Top Ten Heroes of 2013. They are ten everyday people who are changing the world in extraordinary ways. Each will receive a $50,000 grant to help them with their work, and each has a shot at being named CNN Hero of the Year. You can help decide the winner.

You can vote for your favorite Hero now at CNNHeroes.com or from your mobile device.

Whoever is named CNN Hero of the Year will receive an additional $250,000 grant to further advance their cause.

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October 11th, 2013
12:48 AM ET

Obamacare web site needs first aid

If you have tried to log-on to register for coverage under Obamacare, chances are you have experienced slow connection speeds and error messages that prevent you from enrolling.  Analysts blame poorly written code and out-of-date applications. The Obama Administration is not releasing number on how many Americans successfully registered through the site CNN's Brian Todd takes a closer look.

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October 11th, 2013
12:46 AM ET

Senate Chaplain's words of encouragement

If you are praying for an end to the government shutdown, you are not alone. Senate Chaplain Barry Black is using his morning prayers to gently prod lawmakers to come together and end the budget gridlock. Anderson spoke with Chaplain Black.

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October 11th, 2013
12:44 AM ET

Budget talks, but no deal

An early evening meeting at the White House ending with no deal on either averting a debt-ceiling breech or reopening the government. It comes as new polls show Americans say they would vote out the entire Congress if they could. Anderson discussed all of this with John King, Chief Political Analyst Gloria Borger and former U.S. Comptroller General David Walker.

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October 11th, 2013
12:43 AM ET

Rep. Wagner: "We are pleased the President will finally sit down and talk"

Missouri Republican Congresswoman Ann Wagner was in today's White House budget meeting with President Obama. She described it as "a very useful discussion." When asked about new polls that show Americans are increasingly blaming Republicans for the budget impasse she said, "We are not looking at polls, this is about governance." Check out her entire conversation with Anderson and John King.

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Filed under: Government Shutdown • John King
October 11th, 2013
12:41 AM ET

Shutdown meeting: Behind closed doors

Congressional Republicans and President Obama meeting at the White House today. The talks began with a possible Republican offer for a six-week extension of the debt ceiling, but no end to the shutdown. Dana Bash and Jim Acosta have the latest on the talks.

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