The massive storm that's causing a travel mess across much of the country is about to get worse as millions of Americans make their Thanksgiving getaways. The Northeast is bracing for brutal winds tomorrow that could mean a new round of flight delays and cancellations. It could trigger a domino effect at airports across the country. John Berman takes a look at the holiday weather chaos.
If you get stuck at the airport, do you know your rights? Amy Farley is the news editor for Travel and Leisure Magazine.
The book "To Train Up a Child" has been embraced by many fundamentalist Christian parents. It advocates raising children to obey without question, through spankings that begin when they are babies. The book is linked to the deaths of multiple children, including 13-year old Hana Williams. Her adoptive parents were recently convicted of manslaughter and sentenced to nearly 30 years in prison. Gary Tuchman has the latest.
Should the authors of "To Train Up a Child" be held legally responsible in these deaths? Wolf discussed that question with Senior Legal Analyst Jeffrey Toobin and attorney and children's advocate Areva Martin.
A grand jury has indicted four more people in connection with the 2012 rape of a 16-year old girl in Steubenville, Ohio. The case made national headlines after photos and video of the incident were posted on social media. Last March, two football players from the local high school were convicted of rape. All of the adults indicted today are school district employees including the superintendent. Jean Casarez has the latest.
Some unscripted moments today for President Obama as he tried to rally support for immigration reform. An audience member interrupted the president's remarks, and called for him to halt deportations. It came on a busy day for the administration which is facing criticism for the nuclear deal with Iran and record low poll numbers. Jim Acosta has the latest.
Wolf discussed the Iran nuclear deal with Mike Doran of the Brookings Institution and Anne-Marie Slaughter,president of the New America Foundation.
Nearly one year after the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School, authorities in Connecticut released their final report on the tragedy. They found no motive for Adam Lanza's actions that claimed the lives of his mother, 20 first graders, six educators, and himself. Susan Candiotti has new information revealed in this report.
A storm that's already blamed for at least 12 deaths is causing problems across the country. Some areas could see nearly a foot of snow, while others are dealing with wind, sleet, and heavy rain. Hundreds of flights have already been canceled, just as millions of Americans begin their Thanksgiving getaways. Jason Carroll has the latest.
What do you do if your travel plans are interrupted by the storm? Wolf spoke with Wall Street Journal travel columnist Scott McCartney.
As the nation pauses to remember President John F. Kennedy today, there was another killing in Dallas on that horrible day. A 39-year-old Dallas police officer named J.D. Tippit was killed by the man who shot John F Kennedy. Officer Tippit died in the line of duty and became part of history. We remember him in tonight's American Journey.
It's hard to imagine what life has been like for Lee Harvey Oswald's widow for the past 50 years. Marina Oswald Porter started a new life, with a new husband, but understandably she has become somewhat reclusive as the decades have gone by. Anderson spoke to Priscilla Johnson McMillan, one of the few people alive who met both President Kennedy and his killer. She was a researcher for JFK when she was in her 20s, and later met Oswald while working as a reporter in the Soviet Union.
You think about the early jet age and it's hard not to think of the Kennedys. There's a reason for that. They helped usher it in. Until the Kennedy Administration, Air Force One was an old propeller plane. By 1963, it was a gleaming jet. Sadly, on that Friday in Dallas, it was far more than just the president's plane, as Martin Savidge reports.
It is simply too hard for many people to imagine a lone individual can kill a towering global figure like President John F. Kennedy. Even Secretary of State John Kerry recently said he has doubts that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone. Ed Lavandera takes a look at some of the conspiracy theories enduring 50 years after the assassination.
Anderson discussed these conspiracy theories with forensic pathologist and medical-legal expert Cyril Wecht and investigative reporter Gerald Posner.
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