November 5th, 2013
11:40 PM ET

Dr. Phil on why Michelle Knight never gave up hope

Anderson continues his conversation with Dr. Phil about his interview with Michelle Knight. They talk about Michelle's rescue, and why she paused before running to the police. Dr. Phil also talks about Michelle's reaction to Ariel Castro's death.

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November 5th, 2013
11:39 PM ET

Toronto Mayor admits to smoking crack, says he's running for re-election

After months of dodging allegations of smoking crack, Toronto Mayor Rob Ford admitted that it's true. Investigators say they have video showing Ford smoking from a crack pipe. Ford said it was probably the result of a drunken stupor. Not only is he rejecting calls for his resignation, but says he plans to run for re-election next year. Paula Newton has the latest.

Dr. Drew Pinsky is an addiction medicine specialist.

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November 5th, 2013
11:36 PM ET

Does Chris Christie's victory set the stage for a White House run?

Chris Christie won a second term as New Jersey's Governor in a landslide victory over his Democratic opponent. But even before voters went to the polls, there was plenty of talk a presidential run could be next. Jake Tapper, Chief Political Correspondent Candy Crowley and Chief Political Analyst Gloria Borger discuss what's next for Chris Christie.

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November 5th, 2013
06:59 PM ET

Before AC360 Later – Election Night 2013

There are some big craves that are about to be decided. But there are also some lesser known contests that could have a big impact on national politics.

We are talking about it all tonight Before AC360 Later.

Submit your questions and comments in the chatroom below.

Live video chat begins at 9:15 pm E.T.

November 5th, 2013
01:03 AM ET

Questions about possible coverup in rape case against Vanderbilt University football players

Four Vanderbilt University football players have been charged with rape and sexual battery, in connection with an attack on a woman on campus back in June. All four were kicked off the team and suspended from school. All have also pleaded not guilty and are out on bond. Now there new questions about a text message that suggests the current star quarterback was there too, and actually helped move the victim. There is a lot of secrecy surrounding this case, but Gary Tuchman did get some of the lawyers to talk.

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November 5th, 2013
01:01 AM ET

The RidicuList: Was a chupacabra spotted in Mississippi?

There is a mysterious animal on the loose in Mississippi. Some say it is a hairless coyote. Some say it is the mysterious chupacabra. Some say it is the even more mysterious squatchdog. Watch and decide for yourself.
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November 5th, 2013
01:00 AM ET

Shocking stop and frisk tape

It is hard to describe what it is like to be the target of the NYPD's stop and frisk policy. A clip in the new documentary "The Hunted and the Hated" gives some insight.  Supporters defend the policy for reducing crime, while opponents say it unfairly targets blacks and Latinos. Retired NYPD detective Kevin Flanagan and New York Times Op-Ed columnist Charles Blow debate the merits and drawbacks of stop and frisk.
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November 5th, 2013
12:58 AM ET

Dr. Phil on why Michelle Knight was known as "the unbreakable one"

Cleveland kidnapping survivor Michelle Knight is sharing her story about the 11 years she was held prisoner and tortured by Ariel Castro. She told Dr. Phil McGraw that when she was first abducted Castro tied her up "like a fish." Anderson spoke to Dr. Phil at length about his conversation with Knight. He says, "It is astounding to me she had the strength that she did."
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November 5th, 2013
12:57 AM ET

LAX shooting survivor's story

L.A. area high school teacher Brian Ludmer was standing near a pair of TSA agents, when he was shot in the leg at Los Angeles International Airport. Lubmer is also a former boy scout, and the fact that he knew how to tie a tourniquet may have saved his life. His boss, local school superintendent Dan Stepenosky spoke to Anderson.



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