Anderson got punked this week when he started reading the teleprompter, only to learn that he was the focus of Monday's RidicuList. The team let Anderson know they didn't like the smell of his basil–scented candle. If you missed the descriptions, just imagine what "Mario Batali's Croc" would smell like. Today, Mario had his say and so did Anderson. Now everyone in the newsroom knows what revenge smells like.
The Nebraska Medical Center is one of four hospitals in the U.S. specially equipped to treat Ebola patents. Doctors there are awaiting the arrival of a surgeon who is suffering from Ebola. He is a Sierra Leone national and a legal permanent resident of the United States. Dr. Elizabeth Cohen has the latest on his case.
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The Ferguson grand jury heard testimony today from Dr. Michael Baden. He is a forensics expert hired by Michael Brown's family to conduct an independent autopsy. Shawn Parcells assisted Dr. Baden and spoke to Anderson tonight. Parcells updated earlier findings that Brown was shot at least six times, now saying that he was hit by seven bullets.
The entire proceeding to determine whether Officer Darren Wilson will face an indictment is happening behind closed doors. Anderson discussed the grand jury proceedings with former federal prosecutors Sunny Hostin and Jeffrey Toobin, along with defense attorney Mark O'Mara.
No one knows exactly what happened to 43 college students who disappeared in Mexico. Authorities believe the students were kidnapped, executed and dumped in a river. A mayor and his wife are behind bars and accused of playing a key role in the disappearance. Rosa Flores has new information on the couple's reported ties to violent drug cartels.
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