Both sides have rested in the murder trial of Michael Dunn. He opened fire on a vehicle full of teens after an altercation over loud music. Today (no comma) Dunn took the stand, telling jurors why he pumped shot after shot into the SUV, killing 17-year-old Jordan Davis. Martin Savidge has the latest.
Anderson discussed the trial with criminal defense attorney Mark Geragos and former federal prosecutor Sunny Hostin.
A decision by the Copenhagen Zoo is sparking outrage around the world. Zookeepers killed a perfectly healthy giraffe simply because its genes weren't good for their breeding program. They conducted an autopsy in front of an audience that included kids and then fed the remains to the zoo's big cats. Copenhagen Zoo’s Scientific Director Bengt Holst defended the decision.
The Columbus Zoo's Jack Hanna is outraged and told Anderson "This is a living creature… you have an obligation to that animal."
Veteran NBC news anchor Tom Brokaw has revealed that he has cancer. He was diagnosed in August and says his doctors are encouraged with his progress. Brokaw is battling multiple myeloma which mainly affects blood cells in the bone marrow. Anderson discussed today's news with Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta.
More than a dozen U.S. charities claim they sent millions of dollars worth of medical supplies to Guatemala. Drew Griffin traveled there searching for those supplies. Tonight he follows the money trail. Drew is working with our partners at The Tampa Bay Times and The Center for Investigative Reporting to get answers.
Anderson traveled to the Infant Cognition Center at Yale University where he watched babies take part in a series of tests aimed at answering the question “Are we born knowing right from wrong?
It is the subject of a three part series airing on AC360 starting Wednesday February 12.
Anderson is digging deeper into the subject in a live Google+ Hangout with CNN Digital Correspondent Kelly Wallace along with Paul Bloom author of "Just Babies: The Origins of Good and Evil."
Click here to join the conversation February 12 at 1:30 pm.
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