December 3rd, 2013
05:15 PM ET

Tonight on Before AC360 Later

There is a lot going on tonight, one of our favorite topics tonight is a new study suggesting some gender differences may be hardwired in our brains.

Begin submitting your questions in the chatroom below beginning at 8:45 pm E.T.
Anderson will be live for tonight's video chat at 9:15 pm E.T.


December 3rd, 2013
05:13 PM ET

Pick your favorite RidicuList of 2013

It's that time of year again. Vote for your favorite RidicuList of 2013.
We will countdown the top ten picks on AC360.

Not sure what to pick… click here to watch the best of the RidicuList

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December 3rd, 2013
05:11 PM ET

CNN Hero of the Year: Chad Pregracke

Anderson sat down with Chad Pregracke, of East Moline, IL, immediately after revealing his selection as 2013 CNN Hero of the Year.

Pregracke has dedicated his life to cleaning up the Mississippi River and other American waterways. Since 1998, nearly 70,000 volunteers have helped Pregracke and his non-profit remove more than 7 million pounds of garbage from 23 rivers across the country.

“CNN Heroes: An All-Star Tribute” re-airs this Saturday, Dec. 7 at 9pm ET/PT.

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December 3rd, 2013
01:13 AM ET

Are Amazon's drone delivery plans just pie in the sky?

The AC360 Later panel takes a closer look at Amazon's newly unveiled plans for drone deliveries. For starters, the Daily Beast's Peter Beinart offers this prediction: "The day we start seeing drones flying all around is the day we see people shooting down those drones."
December 3rd, 2013
01:10 AM ET

Is the Pope Marxist?

Rush Limbaugh recently said comments by Pope Francis sounded "pure Marxism." The AC360 Later panel has plenty to say about this. Christiane Amanpour says the pope's remarks reflect "what we all learn in Catholic school" and aren't surprising in the least. Watch the debate.
December 3rd, 2013
01:07 AM ET

Americans caught in a North Korean nightmare

Many Americans were shocked to see 85-year-old Korean War veteran Merrill Newman reading a scripted confession while held captive in North Korea. Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Bill Richardson calls the situation "bizarre." He goes on to say that while he knows North Korea's previous leaders, this regime is a big "question mark." What will it take to free Newman and fellow American Kenneth Bae?
December 3rd, 2013
01:00 AM ET

Hillary Clinton, President Obama and 2016

President Obama's approval ratings have hit a new low. Will that have repercussions for Hillary Clinton if she decides to run for the White House in 2016? The Daily Beast's Peter Beinart says Clinton "would be crazy to put a lot of distance between herself and Barack Obama's policies." Watch what the rest of the panel has to say.
December 3rd, 2013
12:05 AM ET

The RidicuList: Horsing around the DMV

What do you do when you have no license and need to get to the DMV? One Virginia woman found a creative solution and got special treatment from the head of the DMV.

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December 3rd, 2013
12:04 AM ET

Magic Johnson: "I'm urging people just to get tested and know where you stand"

It has been more than two decades since basketball great Earvin Magic Johnson announced that he was H.I.V. positive and retiring from the L.A. Lakers. A lot has changed since then in the public education and perception of H.I.V. and AIDS and how it's treated medically. Anderson spoke with Johnson about the impact of his decision to go public with his H.I.V. status. They also talked about Johnson’s son, E.J., who came out as gay publicly this year.

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December 3rd, 2013
12:02 AM ET

What will it take for North Korea to release Merrill Newman and Kenneth Bae?

Two Americans are living a cold war nightmare right now inside North Korea. More than a month ago, 85-year-old Korean War veteran Merrill Newman was dragged off his flight home from Pyongyang and arrested. North Korean authorities just released video of himapparently reading from a script, "confessing" to so-called war crimes. Kenneth Bae has been held in North Korea for more than a year and was sentenced to 15 years of hard labor. Steven Weber is a professor of International Relations at U.C. Berkeley.

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