In an interview, the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, Rep. Mike Rogers of Michigan, suggested Edward Snowden may have been spying for Russia. Rogers offered no evidence. Snowden fired back in an interview with the New Yorker, calling the comments "absurd." Dana Bash has the latest.
A Chinese activist who leads a campaign to expose government corruption went on trial today in Beijing. CNN’s David McKenzie was there to cover the high-profile case. Chinese officials intent on keeping the media away roughed him up, and it was captured on video. David spoke with Anderson but that interview wasn’t seen in China; censors cut CNN's feed when the segment aired on AC360.
Tyler Doohan was staying with relatives when he realized their home was on fire. He woke up six people and got them safely outside. Officials say Tyler then ran back inside to rescue his disabled grandfather, but both died from the intense heat and smoke. Another relative was also killed in the fire. Jean Casarez has the heartbreaking story.
Tyler Doohan's family is raising money to help pay for his funeral.
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Much of the country is digging out from yesterday's storm. Some areas got hit with several inches of snow, others saw several feet. It caused more than just a travel nuisance, the storm created deadly conditions. Chad Myers has the latest on the aftermath.
The journalist Michael Kinsley famously wrote about Washington: The real scandal is not what's against the law. The real scandal is what's LEGAL. Drew Griffin investigates what some are calling the extortion game, played for personal gain, they say, by the very politicians who make the rules… and it is all perfectly legal.
Marlise Munoz was 14-weeks pregnant when she collapsed from an apparent blood clot. Her family says she is brain-dead, which means legally dead. Previously she and her husband had discussed being in precisely this kind of situation; neither wanted to be kept on life-support machines. However, under Texas law, because she is pregnant, the hospital is refusing to take her off life-support until a baby can be delivered. Now, her family is releasing new information about the fetus's condition.
Anderson discussed this with legal analysts Sunny Hostin and Mark Geragos, along with OB-GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson.
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