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January 14th, 2014
01:13 AM ET

Mysterious Death in Jasper, Texas

There are serious questions surrounding the death of Alfred Wright. He disappeared last November. It took searchers three weeks to locate his remains, even though they were found just up the road from where he vanished. Authorities say he died of a self-inflicted drug overdose. Wright's family says he did not do drugs, and according to the autopsy his throat was cut and his ear was missing. This happened in an area of Texas with a history of racial tension, where one of America's most horrific hate crimes occurred. Deborah Feyerick reports.

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January 14th, 2014
01:10 AM ET

Southwest flight lands at wrong airport. How did this happen?

Chances are you don't expect much when you fly. But one thing travelers should take for granted is landing at the right airport. There are plenty of questions about how a team of highly-trained pilots landed at the wrong airport this weekend. Anderson discussed this with retired American Airlines pilot and flight instructor Jim Tilmon.
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January 14th, 2014
01:09 AM ET

Did Chris Christie misuse Sandy relief money?

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is under federal investigation for how Superstorm Sandy relief money was spent. The new probecomes as his administration is also under a microscope for the George Washington Bridge scandal. Anderson discusses all of this with Chief Political Analyst Gloria Borger.

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January 14th, 2014
01:05 AM ET

Court hearing for toddler in "thug" video

Child protective services stepped in after the video of a toddler swearing and using racially and sexually offensive words went viral. The agency removed the child and three other minors from the home, including the boy's 17-year-old mother.There was a court hearing today in the case. George Howell has the latest.

Anderson discussed this with legal analysts Sunny Hostin and Mark Geragos.

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January 14th, 2014
01:02 AM ET

Possible break in the Madeleine McCann disappearance

It has been nearly seven years since Madeleine McCann disappeared during a family vacation in Portugal. Now, the Daily Mirror reports a possible break in the case, with police looking to question three burglars who targeted the resort where Madeleine disappeared. Randi Kaye has the latest.

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January 14th, 2014
01:01 AM ET

RidicuList: Employee of the month?

If you think you had a bad day at work, watch tonight's RidicuList. Odds are you did not fall through a ceiling. If you did, we hope your boss called 911 rather than using his phone to take a photo.


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January 14th, 2014
12:56 AM ET

Basketball star Charles Smith talks about North Korea trip with Dennis Rodman

Dennis Rodman is facing a flood of criticism following his latest trip to North Korea. But what did the basketball players who accompanied him know about the trip, including who was paying for it? Charles Smith just returned from North Korea and spoke to Anderson about his experience.

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January 14th, 2014
12:53 AM ET

Is the NSA's mass phone data collection keeping the country safe?

A new study from the non-partisan New America Foundation refutes claims by the government that the NSA's collection of phone records has foiled dozens of terror threats. The AC360 Later panel debates the impact that NSA spying really has on terrorism.

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January 14th, 2014
12:51 AM ET

Cursing toddler and teen mom placed in foster care

A debate is raging over a police union's decision to post a disturbing video of a toddler cursing while being egged on by adults. Authorities are taking serious action. They placed the boy and his 17-year-old mother in foster care. The AC360 panel weighs in.

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January 14th, 2014
12:49 AM ET

Does "16 and Pregnant" really help curb teen pregnancy?

A new study concludes that the MTV reality show "16 and Pregnant" has helped drive down the number of teen pregnancies in the U.S. Could a reality TV show really contribute to this trend? The AC360 Later panel debates.

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