October 28th, 2013
10:00 PM ET

"American Sniper" Chris Kyle remembered by his wife and brother

U.S. Navy SEAL Chris Kyle recorded the most career sniper kills in U.S. military history. Last February, he was shot and killed by a fellow veteran who says he is suffering from PTSD. Anderson spoke with Chris Kyle's wife Taya and brother Jeff.

 The Memorial Edition of "American Sniper" was just released. Click here to read the prologue and first chapter.

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October 28th, 2013
09:54 PM ET

Residents trying to "Pillowcase Rapist" from moving into their community

He's known as the "Pillowcase rapist," he spent the last 20 years in a California mental hospital.  Prosecutors say 62 year old Christopher Hubbart sexually assaulted some 40 women. Now he is set to be released and move into a residential community north of Los Angeles. Neighbors there say they are angry, afraid and fighting to keep him out. Kyung Lah has the story.

CNN Legal Analyst Sunny Hostin and Criminal Defense Attorney Danny Cevallos discuss this complicated case.

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Filed under: Crime & Punishment • Danny Cevallos • Kyung Lah • Sunny Hostin
October 28th, 2013
09:45 PM ET

Inmates on the loose in Oklahoma: How they broke out

There is a massive manhunt going on right now for two escaped inmates, who broke out of a county jail in Oklahoma. They were part of a gang of four whose escape sounds like it was ripped straight from a Hollywood blockbuster. George Howell has their story.

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October 28th, 2013
09:41 PM ET

A year after Superstorm Sandy, a family struggles with red tape

One year after Superstorm Sandy, the job of cleaning up and rebuilding is far from finished. For one Staten Island family who lost their home, the natural disaster was followed by one that was man-made and full of red tape. To rebuild, the Camaradas need a low-interest loan from the government. But they can't get it until they purchase flood insurance, which they cannot afford. Gary Tuchman has their story.

New York Congressman Pete King weighed in on the Sandy relief effort one year later.

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Filed under: Gary Tuchman • Hurricane Sandy • Peter King
October 28th, 2013
09:34 PM ET

Complaints about Obamacare are not limited to the web site

The latest technical failure preventing Americans from signing up for coverage under the Affordable Care Act appears to be fixed. But now more people are finding out President Obama's claims that if you like your coverage, you can keep your coverage may not be true. Jim Acosta takes a closer look.

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Filed under: Barack Obama • Jim Acosta • Obamacare
October 28th, 2013
09:31 PM ET

Top Democrat calls for a review of all intelligence programs

We are now learning the NSA surveillance program that targeted world leaders’ phones may date back to 2002. The Wall Street Journal is reporting President Obama did not learn about it until last summer. Now Senate Intelligence Committee Chair Dianne Feinstein is calling this "a big problem" and wants a full review of all of America's intelligence programs. Jim Sciutto has the latest.

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Filed under: Barack Obama • Jim Sciutto • NSA
October 28th, 2013
09:27 PM ET

Does the "buck stop" with President Obama?

The White House is doing damage control over the botched rollout of Obamacare and the latest allegations of the NSA spying on America's closest allies. Lawmakers from both sides of the aisle are questioning when President Obama found out about these issues. Where does the buck stop in the Obama White House? New York Times columnists Ross Douthat and Charles Blow debate.

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Filed under: Charles Blow • Raw Politics • Ross Douthat • Wolf Blitzer