The VA has begun the process of dismissing four high level officials, including one at the center of the 2012 outbreak of legionnaire's disease. It sickened 21 veterans in Pittsburgh and five later died. Drew Griffin tells Anderson that at the VA, "you go on a 'sort of' wait list to be fired."
Editor's note: Some viewers may find this video disturbing.
A video that's at the center of a federal lawsuit begins with police pulling a woman over for not wearing a seatbelt. Then officers smash a window and taser an African-American man in the passenger seat. According to the suit, the driver was on her way to the hospital to see her dying mother with her two children in the backseat. Legal analysts Sunny Hostin and Paul Callen have different views of the officers' actions.
Leon Panetta has served as Defense Secretary, CIA Director and White House Chief of Staff. In his new book "Worthy Fights," he criticizes President Obama on several fronts including the decision to pull all U.S. combat troops from Iraq. That issue triggered a heated debate between two former White House Press Secretaries, Jay Carney and Ari Fleischer.
What do you think? Watch Gloria Borger's interview with Leon Panetta.
Liberia's President has threatened to prosecute Ebola patient Thomas Duncan, accusing him of lying about his health on travel forms when he flew to the U.S. Duncan helped a pregnant woman in his hometown who later died of the disease. Nima Elbagir traveled to Liberia and found a new timeline is emerging. Nima found that this woman was diagnosed with Ebola after her death and after Duncan already departed for the U.S. Nima reports on what she found from Monrovia, Liberia.
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