Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates blasts his former boss, President Obama, in a new tell-all book. He also takes aim at Joe Biden, Hillary Clinton, and even former General Petraeus in a memoir riddled with stories of suspicion and distrust. CNN’s Chief National Security Correspondent fills us in on the details.
AC360 Exclusive: Terri Chung was “shocked and outraged” when she heard Dennis Rodman accuse her brother of unspecified offenses in North Korea. Chung recently spoke to her brother, Kenneth Bae, who has been imprisoned there for over a year and confirms that he’s ill and still being held in the hospital.
The coldest temperatures on record in some parts of the U.S. have left passengers across the country dealing with long delays. By bus, by air and by train many travelers are stuck far from home, with lines growing as temperatures drop. CNN’s Rosa Flores has the latest.
There are a lot of ways to describe the cold weather that is gripping much of the country right now. But nothing trumps Stephanie Elam throwing a cup of steaming hot water into the air to make snow.
The U.S. Supreme Court has halted same-sex marriages in Utah, pending an appeal of a federal ruling that allows the unions. Last month the state has been issuing marriage licenses to gay couples. What's next for them? The AC360 Later panel picks up the debate.
A high school science teacher says he lost 37 pounds and lowered his cholesterol by eating exclusively at McDonalds for three months. The AC360 Later panel explains why they are skeptical.
A new study seems to confirm what so many people suspected. Good looks and success are linked. Former U.S. Congressman Patrick Kennedy talks about why that is especially true in politics.
Andrew Sullivan has arguably the most famous beard on the AC360 Later panel. That makes him uniquely qualified to assess whether Jay Carney's new facial hair - unveiled at today's White House press conference - meets the beard bar or falls short.
A new poll finds a majority of Americans favor legalizing marijuana. But former U.S. Congressman Patrick Kennedy joins the AC360 Later panel and makes the case against it.
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