Doctor Martin MacNeill is accused of murder and obstruction of justice in his wife's death. In their opening statements prosecutors described MacNeill as an adulterer who fatally drugged his wife to continue his affair with a mistress. CNN correspondent Jean Casarez has the latest.
Criminal defense attorney Danny Cevallos and prosecutor Paul Henderson take a closer look at the case.
He was once a seven-time winner of the Tour de France and a man admired around the world. When Lance Armstrong's career came crashing down, it became one of the great tragedies in the world of sports. There are so many questions left unanswered. The new book "Wheelmen: Lance Armstrong.. the Tour de France and the greatest sports conspiracy ever" explains how he got away with doping for so long, and who helped him. Anderson spoke with authors Vanessa O'Connell and Reed Albergotti, who are also reporters for the Wall Street Journal.
Edward Snowden is back in the headlines after claiming in a New York Times interview that he did not take any secret documents with him to Russia. For the first time since he was granted asylum there, his father Lon traveled to Moscow to see his son. He just returned and told Anderson "It could bring me to tears; I am so proud of my son."
Tonight two convicted murderers are on the loose. They were serving life sentences without the possibility of parole, but they were able to walk out of prison after phony documents containing forged signatures ordered their release a few weeks ago. There is a massive manhunt underway, along with a review of prison records to see if any other inmates were also mistakenly released. John Zarrella has the latest.
Surveillance video may shed light on the death of Georgia high school student Kendrick Johnson. His body was found in a rolled up gym mat. Authorities ruled his death an accident. But a second autopsy by the Johnson family showed he died from blunt force trauma. Victor Blackwell has the latest developments.
Six months after the Boston Marathon terror attack, we may soon learn whether Dzhokhar Tsarnaev will face the death penalty. Prosecutors say they will make their recommendation by the end of this month. Susan Candiotti has the latest on the case.
Adrianne Haslet-Davis is a survivor of the Boston bombings. The professional dance instructor lost her left leg below the knee and has vowed to dance again. Adrianne, along with her husband Adam, who was also injured in the attack, agreed to videotape her recovery for AC 360°. The journey they documented in the six months since the bombings is filled with triumphs and struggles of both body and mind. Through every step, Adrianne is determined to be made whole again, resilient in the face of extreme challenges. She insists no one should ever call her a victim – she’s a survivor.
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