January 9th, 2014
12:56 AM ET

Will bridge crisis sink Christie's presidential chances?

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie responded today to allegations that his office intentionally disrupted traffic on the world's busiest bridge as political payback. Emails that link some of his closest aides to the incident are raising questions about Christie's possible presidential run. Tonight, Jeffrey Toobin declared "it is all over for Chris Christie." Watch how the rest of the AC360 Later panel responds to that statement.

January 9th, 2014
12:21 AM ET

RidicuList: Don't eat the yellow snow

If the weather is cold enough, you can throw a cup of hot water into the air and watch it fall as snow. But one guy tried to prove that he could make it snow without a cup of water. We’ve got the “streaming” video. You have see this RidicuList to believe it.

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January 9th, 2014
12:19 AM ET

Fad diet crackdown

They made bold weight-loss claims. Now, the Federal Trade Commission is charging four companies with deceptive advertising. Anderson discussed this with Senior Medical Correspondent Elizabeth Cohen.

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January 9th, 2014
12:18 AM ET

Gone to Pot: Medical marijuana miracle?

Families desperate for access to medical marijuana are moving to Colorado from other states. That includes the Riddle family. They say medical marijuana helped save their little boy's life, and now they want to end his chemotherapy. Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta has their story.

Anderson discussed all of this with Dr. Sanjay Gupta.

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January 9th, 2014
12:16 AM ET

What happened to the toddler in the obscenity-laced video?

New fallout after a disturbing video of a toddler trading obscenities with adults goes viral. It was posted by a police union claiming it was meant to educate the public about "the terrible cycle of violence and thuggery." Anderson discussed what happened to the child with attorney and children's activist Areva Martin.

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January 9th, 2014
12:15 AM ET

Brain-dead mother forced to remain on ventilator

A brain-dead woman in Texas is being kept on a ventilator against her family's wishes. She is 20 weeks pregnant and state law prevents doctors from removing pregnant women from life support. It comes as the case of Jahi McMath is making headlines. Both cases are raising difficult and heartbreaking questions about life and death. Ed Lavandera has the latest.

Anderson discussed this with Art Caplan, Head of Medical Ethics at New York University's Langone Medical Center, along with Legal Analyst Sunny Hostin and Criminal Defense Attorney Mark Geragos.

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Filed under: Ed Lavandera • Jahi McMath • Mark Geragos • Sunny Hostin • Texas
January 9th, 2014
12:12 AM ET

Keeping Them Honest: Chris Christie’s bridge crisis

There are new allegations that New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's office ordered lane closings that snarled traffic at the George Washington Bridge. It was reportedly political payback after the mayor of the city affected by the traffic jam refused to endorse Christie. Many see Governor Christie as the Republicans’ best hope to win the White House in 2016. Anderson takes a closer look at the crisis rocking the Christie camp, along with Christie's reputation as a bipartisan uniter.

Anderson discussed all of this with Senior Political Analyst David Gergen, Chief National Correspondent John King and Chief Political Analyst Gloria Borger.

Filed under: Chris Christie • David Gergen • Gloria Borger • John King
January 9th, 2014
12:10 AM ET

Web Exclusive: Inside "Breaking the Faith"

We are getting a unique view inside the F.L.D.S., the secretive polygamist sect led by Warren Jeffs. It's coming from a group of young women who decided to leave that life behind. Their journey was documented in the TLC show "Breaking the Faith." Anderson discussed it with the show’s producer, Troy Williams, and former F.L.D.S member Rebecca Musser.

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