The next generation of high-tech gadgets is being unveiled this week at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. If "the world's first connected electronic toothbrush" sounds like something you need, then you should watch tonight's RidicuList.
Bao Bao the giant panda cub was born at the National Zoo back in August. She quickly became a star of the zoo's popular pandacam. Just days from now, Bao Bao will make her public debut in front of zoo visitors. Tom Foreman looks at how this panda is playing a key role in the fight to revive her species.
James Fallon is a neuroscientist who's spent his career studying psychopaths, observing their character traits and examining their brains. One day by accident, he learned that his own brain scans matched patterns found in known psychopaths' scans. It turns out his family tree has more than its share of murderers. Anderson spoke to Fallon about what he believes saved him from becoming a full-blown psychopath and criminal.
Click here to find out where you fall on the psychopath spectrum.
Napa Valley attracts tourists from around the world with its wine tours. Now that Colorado has legalized recreational marijuana, tourists there can sample pot in a similar style. Randi Kaye caught up with one of the state's new cannabis tours.
Authorities in West Virginia are warning hundreds of thousands of residents that their water is unsafe for drinking, cooking and washing. Investigators say a chemical used to wash coal contaminated the local water supply. What will it take to make the water safe again? Senior Medical Correspondent Elizabeth Cohen has the latest.
t's a shocking video, a toddler wearing nothing but a diaper trading expletives with adults off-screen who are egging him on. It went viral after an Omaha police union posted it. The union's president, Sgt. John Wells, defended the decision in a discussion with Anderson and Former Federal Prosecutor Sunny Hostin.
The young boy's mother is defending her family. She spoke with Dave Roberts, a reporter at CNN affiliate KETV.
She's the Christie administration figure everyone wants to hear from. Before news of the bridge scandal broke, Bridget Anne Kelly was Christie's deputy chief of staff. Now she is out of a job and may soon be forced to testify. Erin McPike has her story.
Newly released documents suggest some key players in Chris Christie's administration knew they were inflicting pain with the four days of traffic jams at the George Washington Bridge, and they took steps to shield themselves from the blowback. The documents were just released by the New Jersey State Assembly committee that's investigating the scandal. Joe Johns has more on what else is in these documents.
Anderson discussed all of this with Senior Legal Analyst Jeffrey Toobin and Senior Political Analyst David Gergen.
Click here to check out all of the documents released today on the Chris Christie bridge scandal.
Smoking marijuana in the back of a limousine may sound like the sort of activity expected from rock-stars. That's how some tourists are now sampling Colorado's marijuana dispensaries. AC360's Randi Kaye checked out on one of new cannabis tours. Watch her full report tonight on AC360, 8pm E.T. on CNN.
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