October 23rd, 2013
10:16 PM ET

New Obamacare fallout

A growing number of Democrats are calling for a delay of key parts of the Affordable Care Act. Many of them are speaking out a day after Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius appeared on AC360, saying President Obama did not know about technical problems with the rollout until after the launch. Now the White House is promising daily briefings on the web site problems. Republicans are preparing for hearings that start tomorrow. CNN's Dana Bash has the latest from Capitol Hill.

Dr. Gupta discussed all of this with Chief Political Analyst Gloria Borger, Democratic Strategist Paul Begala, and Alice Stewart, who served as Communications Director for the 2012 Santorum and Bachmannpresidential Campaigns.

Filed under: Dana Bash • Gloria Borger • Obamacare • Paul Begala • Raw Politics
October 23rd, 2013
09:34 PM ET

Student arrested in death of Massachusetts teacher

A 14-year-old student is in custody, charged with the murder of popular math teacher Colleen Ritzer. The 24- year-old was found dead in the woods near Danvers High School, north of Boston. Don Lemon has the latest developments.

Filed under: Crime & Punishment • Don Lemon • Dr. Sanjay Gupta
October 23rd, 2013
09:27 PM ET

Robert F. Kennedy Jr.'s first interview after judge overturns Michael Skakel's conviction

Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel could walk out of jail tomorrow. He spent more than a decade in prison for the 1975 murder of Martha Moxley. Today a judge threw out his murder conviction, ruling his defense attorney provided ineffective counsel during his trial 11 years ago. Robert F. Kennedy Jr. long maintained his cousin's innocence,and tonight he lashed out at Senior Legal Analyst Jeffrey Toobin for his remarks about the case.

October 23rd, 2013
01:04 PM ET

AC360 Web Exclusive: Maajid Nawaz speaks out after death threat

Just before sitting down to speak with Anderson, former Muslim extremist turned author and politician Maajid Nawaz learned he was named directly in a death threat from the terror group al-Shabab. That's the same group blamed for the Nairobi mall massacre, along with a string of terror attacks around the world. In a wide ranging interview, Nawaz shares his journey of de-radicalization and discusses why the voices of moderate Muslims are needed to combat extremism and terrorism.

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Filed under: Web Exclusive