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September 26th, 2014
11:59 PM ET

Incoming fire near Syria-Turkey border, CNN's Phil Black reports ISIS fighters take hits

With new airstrikes on targets in Syria and Iraq, Friday's Middle Eastern sky was littered with glowing projectiles, as incoming fire exploded near the Syria-Turkey border.

Having spent the evening on the ground, CNN's Phil Black joined "Anderson Cooper 360" with firsthand insight and intel.

Watch the above video as the CNN reporter explains being so close to the action that his photojournalist witnessed ISIS fighters "take casualties, take hits."

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Filed under: Iraq • ISIS • Syria
September 26th, 2014
11:07 PM ET

Keeping Them Honest: With friends like these...

In Friday's edition of "Keeping Them Honest," Anderson Cooper explored the recent praise having been showered upon Haidar al-Abadi.

Iraq's new Prime Minster has been publicly endorsed by President Barack Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry. But is all the adoration premature? Can he be trusted, and is Iraq a reliable ally?

Watch the above video, as these questions, and many more, were all on the table as part of the programs continued effort towards "Keeping Them Honest."

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Filed under: Keeping Them Honest • President Barack Obama
September 26th, 2014
10:41 PM ET

Beheaded in Oklahoma: a workplace dispute, or the act of a "lone wolf" terrorist?

On the surface, Friday's horrific beheading at an Oklahoma food processing plant appeared to center around a simple workplace dispute.

However, upon further investigation of the suspect – 30-year-old Alton Alexander Nolen – red flags have arisen.

Was the murder an isolated incident? Or terrorism on American soil.

Watch the above video as CNN's Martin Savidge examines a story that has brought up questions regarding the potential of a "lone wolf" inspired by Islamic extremism.

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Filed under: Crime & Punishment • Martin Savidge
September 26th, 2014
01:48 AM ET

Motorist to South Carolina Trooper: "Why did you shoot me?"

What would prompt a South Carolina trooper to shoot an unarmed motorist? And, what is to come next for each of them?

CNN's Martin Savidge tells the story of an African-American man, shot by a white cop, while simply reaching for the wallet in his vehicle.

"Well, you dove headfirst back into your car," explained the officer, in audio heard via the police car dash cam.

Is this a case of an honest mistake, or an unacceptable and inexplicable error?

Watch the above clip for Savidge's full report, including video of the shooting, and updates as to the physical and legal statuses of both men.

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Filed under: Crime & Punishment • Martin Savidge
September 26th, 2014
12:52 AM ET

An unaccounted for 40 hours: the crucial piece in the case of the missing UVA student

Did abduction suspect Jesse Matthew fraternize with missing college student Hannah Graham at a Charlottesville, Virginia restaurant?

Did the pair leave together?

And what about the unaccounted for 40 hours between Graham's disappearance, and the first report of her having gone missing?

With Matthews having been extradited from Texas to Virginia, watch the above video as CNN's Jean Casarez travels to Charlottesville in search of answers.

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Filed under: Jean Casarez
September 26th, 2014
12:47 AM ET

Officials: No indications of U.S. subway terror plot

Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi caused a major stir Thursday, saying his country had uncovered an imminent ISIS plot against subways in New York City and Paris. The State Department tells CNN that Vice President Joe Biden met with Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi and there is "no specific credible threat whatsoever." Should the U.S. be concerned with the prime minister's credibility? Anderson spoke to Brett McGurk, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs.

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Filed under: ISIS • Syria
September 26th, 2014
12:07 AM ET

Report: Saudis help crucial to coalition against ISIS

In the Wall Street Journal article, "Deal With Saudis Paved Way for Syrian Airstrikes," written by Adam Entous, he describes how the U.S. talks with Saudi Arabia were actually the linchpin in building the coalition against ISIS in Syria. Anderson is joined by Entous and David Kirkpatrick of the New York Times, each wrote pieces about Saudi Arabia's complex relationship with the United States and with ISIS ideology.

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Filed under: Iraq • ISIS • Syria
September 25th, 2014
11:40 PM ET

Ana Cabrera's exclusive interview with Ferguson, MO police chief

"It's the apology people in Ferguson and around the nation have been waiting to hear," said Ana Cabrera, detailing the recent, public acknowledgement of error, as made via video by embattled Missouri cop Thomas Jackson.

This week, the CNN reporter spoke exclusively to the Ferguson Police Chief about lessons learned in the Michael Brown saga, asking Jackson how he responds to those calling for his resignation.

To hear Cabrera's interview, including Jackson's answers to his outspoken critics, click the above video.

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Filed under: Ana Cabrera • Ferguson • Michael Brown
September 25th, 2014
11:27 PM ET

Suspect in case of Missing UVA student questioned in 2002 rape case

Virginia authorities say Jesse Matthew, the suspect wanted in the disappearance of University of Virginia student Hannah Graham was questioned in connection with an alleged sex assault nearly 12 years ago. The UVA sophomore vanished on September 13th and according to police, Matthew was the last person to be seen with her. CNN's Jean Casarez has more details on the rape case and the latest in the investigation into what happened to Hannah.


Filed under: Crime
September 25th, 2014
10:58 PM ET

Gary Tuchman: Cops forced to react in a split second

On the heels of a bizarre incident involving a South Carolina trooper charged with shooting an unarmed motorist, on Thursday evening CNN's Gary Tuchman joined "Anderson Cooper 360" with further insight and analysis of the challenges facing law enforcement officers.

Teaming with the police department in Spokane, Washington, Tuchman stepped into virtual, adrenaline-fueled scenarios to experience how the mind and body react when forced to make life and death decisions.

Watch the above video for Tuchman's full story, including the portion where the reporter takes his turn within the exercise being conducted by Washington State University.

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Filed under: Crime & Punishment • Gary Tuchman
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