Millions of Americans are dealing with a one-two punch of nasty weather. Many areas that are already buried in snow are now in the grip of a deep freeze. In some parts of the country the plunging temperatures are not ending anytime soon. Gary Tuchman looks at some of the worst weather hitting the country.
New developments in the heartbreaking case of Jahi McMath. The 13-year-old suffered severe complications after a tonsillectomy and her doctors declared her brain dead. Today a coroner issued a death certificate. But Jahi's family believes she is still alive, and they are doing everything they can to keep her on a ventilator. Now there is an agreement between Jahi's family and the hospital on what to do next. Dan Simon has the latest.
The Marine Corps is delaying a new physical fitness mandate after 55% of female recruits failed to do the minimum of three pull-ups in boot camp last year. Some are questioning what this says about women's role in combat. Others are questioning why the Marines even have a pull-up requirement. Chris Lawrence has the details.
Ashleigh Banfield discussed all of this with former Marine Corps Captains Vernice Armour and Greg Jacob.
Editor's Note: Watch AC360 next week for a series of reports exploring marijuana legalization from all angles. Gone to Pot begins on Monday at 8 pm E.T.
It is legal to buy recreational marijuana in Colorado, but it's not cheap. Some customers are already complaining about high prices, and that's before some hefty taxes. Colorado's new marijuana economy is raising serious questions. Ashleigh Banfield discussed it with Denver Post Marijuana Editor Ricardo Baca.
Carol Bond tried to poison a friend over an affair with her husband. Bond admitted she attempted to harm her friend and she was convicted of breaking international laws banning chemical weapons. The case is now in front of the Supreme Court. Randi Kaye has the latest twists in the case.
Ashleigh Banfield discussed this case with criminal defense attorney Mark Geragaos and Senior Legal Analyst Jeffrey Toobin.
Nine-year-old Tyler Armstrong is now the youngest person to reach the tallest peak in the western and southern hemispheres. The peak of Argentina's Aconcagua Mountain is nearly 23,000 feet. When Armstrong summited, he earned himself a spot in the record books.
Warren Weinstein was abducted from his home in Pakistan in 2011. Since then he has only been seen in two videos released by his captors. In the most recent, he appeals directly to the ObamaAdministration and says he feels "abandoned and forgotten." Anderson spoke with his family who say they would do anything in their power to get him home.
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