U.S. skier Gus Kenworthy brought home the silver medal in slopestyle. But he is also bringing home a family of Sochi's stray dogs. He fell in love with the mother and her four pups. He told Anderson how he instantly fell in love with them.
NBC's Christin Cooper is getting lambasted after her post-race interview with U.S. skier Bode Miller. Cooper repeatedly asked Miller about the death of his brother, which eventually led to him breaking down in tears in front of the cameras. Bode Miller spoke with Rachel Nichols, host of CNN's 'Unguarded.'
The world held its collective breath as news broke today of a hijacking attempt targeting Sochi. Luckily no one was hurt. But fears remain that terrorists could try to bring down a plane using explosives disguised as toothpaste or cosmetics. Ivan Watson is in Sochi with the latest on the security situation there.
Anderson discussed the procedures in place to deal with a hijacking on a U.S. carrier with former air marshal Darelle Joiner.
As the U.S. warns terrorists may try to use explosive-packed toothpaste tubes to target planes heading to the Olympics, people who already arrived in Sochi are finding problems that raise concerns about Russia's readiness for the games. Some of the issues include toilets unable to handle toilet paper, water too caustic for washing, and hotels that are just not finished. Ivan Watson has the latest from Sochi.
With the start of the Sochi Olympics less than a day away, the Department of HomelandSecurity is warning that terrorists may try to target flights heading to the Games. Evan Perez has the latest on this potential threat.
Anderson discusses the toothpaste terror threat with National Security Analysts Bob Baer and Peter Bergen.
The Olympic flame arrived in the capital of Russian Dagestan today under very tight security. As the the Winter Olympics get closer, Russian security is expected to get tighter. Anderson discussed all of this with New York Congressman Peter King.
Nick Paton-Walsh has the latest on a new terror threat that was just posted on an Islamist web site.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is talking about America's plan if terrorists make good on threats to attack the Sochi Winter Games. Already we've seen bombings, threats of more bombings, the manhunt for possible female black widow bombers, and a flood of security forces into the troubled region where the games will take place. Nick Paton-Walsh has the latest.
They are known as “black widows”—a type of terrorist that’s emerged in Russia’s clashes with Chechen separatists. Women whose husbands were killed in the fighting, who are bent on avenging their deaths.
There are reports that at least one "black widow" may now be in Sochi. Police have handed out fliers at area hotels warning workers to be on the lookout for her. The development is fueling concerns over safety at the Winter Games. Phil Black has the latest.
Paula Newtown has more on the "black widows."
The Winter Olympics are just two weeks away and security concerns are growing. Authorities now fear the widow of an Islamist militant – a so-called “Black Widow” - is plotting to target the Sochi Games.
This follows a videotaped terror threat that spread across the internet this weekend and recent bombings that killed dozens of people at one of the main transportation hubs travelers use to get to Sochi. Phil Black has the latest.
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