October 10th, 2014
10:50 PM ET

Traffic stop outrage: Who is Officer Vicari?

The video begins with police pulling over a family for a seatbelt violation. It ends with officers smashing a window and tasering a passenger. The video itself was recorded by one of the two children sitting in the back seat. Susan Candiotti looks at the record of the officer who broke the window. He has faced multiple excessive force lawsuits, all of which were settled out of court. But some are asking: why was he still on the job?

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October 10th, 2014
10:45 PM ET

American Journey: Anthony Bourdain goes in search of his roots

Anthony Bourdain travels to Paraguay for the latest episode of “Parts Unknown.” He discovers not only some amazing food but also a family secret. He sat down to discuss it with Anderson.

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October 10th, 2014
10:34 PM ET

Where is Kim Jong Un?

Kim Jong Un has not been seen in public for more than a month. The world was watching as he skipped a major event yesterday honoring his father and grandfather. Anderson looks at just how deep this mystery goes.

GQ Magazine's Mitch Moxley was just in North Korea as the only western journalist credentialed to cover the country's film festival. Anderson asked him whether the North Korean public realizes something is amiss.

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October 10th, 2014
10:24 PM ET

How sick was Thomas Duncan when he was sent home from the hospital?

There are serious questions about Thomas Duncan's treatment for Ebola. The missteps seemed to begin with a Dallas hospital's initial decision to send him home without realizing his symptoms were caused by Ebola. Now, we are learning that he may have had a fever that was as high as 103-degrees during that first trip to the emergency room. Ed Lavandera has the latest.

Anderson discussed the hospital's actions with former CDC disease detective Dr. Seema Yasmin and Dr. Peter Shearer, Medical Director for the Department of Emergency Medicine at New York’s Mount Sinai Hospital.

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October 10th, 2014
10:05 PM ET

Father who lost his son to Enterovirus shares his memories

Two weeks ago, four-year-old Eli Waller went to bed and never woke up. Other than a mild case of pink eye, his parents say he was feeling fine. Doctors later found that Eli died from Enterovirus, which has sickened hundreds of children across the country. Eli's death is the first confirmed fatality of the outbreak. He did not have the wheezing and coughing that is common in so many of the other cases.

Eli's father Andy spoke with Anderson and recounted their final moments together and how he told his son "let's make it a great day tomorrow."

You can click here to help the foundation that the Wallers set up in Eli's honor.

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October 10th, 2014
06:50 PM ET

The First Day of School Foundation

The Wallers have set up a foundation to honor Eli.

Click here to learn more or to help.

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