Joan Rivers never recovered from what was supposed to be a routine procedure to check her throat at a New York City clinic. A new report is out accusing the clinic of making several mistakes, including failing to identify deteriorating vital signs and provide a timely intervention. The findings also include a list of issues, including a physician snapping photos of Rivers while she was sedated. Jean Casarez has more.
Ferguson, Missouri is waiting to hear whether the grand jury will indict Officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown. Missouri's Governor says that state and local law enforcement are "working around the clock" to prepare for protests expected if there is no indictment. CNN legal analyst Sunny Hostin has been critical of the prosecutor in the case. Anderson discusses the grand jury proceeding with her and David Klinger, a former LAPD officer and a criminal justice professor at the University of Missouri – St. Louis.
Violent clashes erupt as tensions flare over the disappearance of 43 college students in Mexico. Authorities believe the students were kidnapped, executed and dumped in a river. Police fired rubber bullets at protesters and they responded with fireworks, rocks, sticks and essentially anything they could get their hands on. Rosa Flores reports from Chilpancingo, Mexico.
It doesn't matter that the calendar says it is still autumn, millions of people across the U.S. are dealing with some serious winter weather. There is snow, bitter winds and freezing temperatures reaching the Rockies across to the heartland. Gary Tuchman reports from Billings, Montana, one of the coldest spots in the country. Temperatures are so low there that he is able to turn boiling water into snow.
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