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February 1st, 2010
04:04 PM ET

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Tonight we report on how children in Haiti are coping with the challenges they face in the wake of the January 12 earthquake that rocked the country. Who is caring for them and what is happening with the orphans?

A massive two-week food distribution effort aimed at reaching 2 million people has begun in Haiti's quake-ravaged capital.

AC360° Correspondent Joe Johns is on the ground in Haiti where he will be live with an update on the situation in the country. Do you have questions for him? Let us know.

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November 20th, 2009
05:16 PM ET

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Tonight we continue our special investigation into a 2007 execution in Baghdad. Three decorated U.S. Army sergeants shot and killed four Iraqi detainees their platoon had taken into custody earlier that day. The soldiers are now serving prison terms at Fort Leavenworth. During interrogations, the soldiers blamed military policy for making it too hard to detail suspected insurgents.

Tonight we’ll examine what the soldiers say is a “flawed” Army policy. It turns out the rules and requirements for taking in and holding detainees appears to be very strict. Soldiers must present detailed evidence, including accounts from two local witnesses to the crime. We obtained a memo that spells out the rules that were in place at the time of the murders. Of the 87,000 Iraqis detained since the war began, nearly 77,000 have been released due to lack of evidence. We interview a Brigadier General who oversees detainee operations in Iraq and we’ll ask him what he thinks of the policy.

Do you have questions about this case and about the detainee policy in Iraq? We'll be digging deeper tonight.

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November 18th, 2009
04:19 PM ET

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Tonight we continue our special investigation into a 2007 execution in Baghdad. Three decorated U.S. Army sergeants shot and killed four Iraqi detainees their platoon had taken into custody earlier that day. The soldiers are now serving prison terms at Fort Leavenworth. During interrogations, the soldiers blamed military policy for making it too hard to detail suspected insurgents.

We show you what the Army doesn’t want released – a startling confession by one of the three sergeants convicted of killing the Iraqi detainees. His confession is part of more than 23 hours of Army interrogation videotapes obtained exclusively by CNN. On the tape, Leahy admits to shooting two of the detainees. It is graphic and compelling. We also interview his wife, who says her husband is a good person and does not belong in prison. Was this murder or battlefield justice?

Do you have questions about this case and about the detainee policy in Iraq? We'll be digging deeper tonight.

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November 17th, 2009
03:29 PM ET

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New information tonight about Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan, the man accused of killing 13 people at Fort Hood Army Post. According to reports, Hasan made repeated requests to have soldiers he counseled investigated for possible war crimes charges.

He also reportedly went to a firing range and shot off 200 rounds at 10 targets just two days before the attack. Do you have questions?

Do you have any questions about Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan and the investigation into the Fort Hood shooting?

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November 16th, 2009
02:51 PM ET

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Women in their 40s should not get routine mammograms for early detection of breast cancer, according to updated guidelines set forth by the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force.

Before having a mammogram, women ages 40 to 49 should talk to their doctors about the risks and benefits of the test, and then decide if they want to be screened, according to the task force.

For women ages 50 to 74, it recommends routine mammography screenings every two years. Risks and benefits for women age 75 and above are unknown, it said.

Send us your questions! Dr. Sanjay Gupta will be on with answers tonight.

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November 13th, 2009
03:31 PM ET

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Five Guantanamo Bay detainees with alleged ties to the 9/11 conspiracy, including accused mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, will be transferred to New York to go on trial in civilian court, Attorney General Eric Holder announced Friday.

He said he expected all five to be tried together and for prosecutors to seek the death penalty. The trial would be open to the public, although some portions that deal with classified information may be closed, Holder said.

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November 12th, 2009
03:24 PM ET

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The House version of health care reform includes restrictions on abortion. Will the Senate follow? David Gergen and Candy Crowley will be on tonight to talk about how the abortion issue will impact health care reform on the Senate floor.

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November 11th, 2009
04:35 PM ET

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Tonight we're talking to Peter Bergen, CNN National Security Analyst, about the influence of Muslim radicals making their voices heard in both the United States and Europe.

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November 10th, 2009
03:27 PM ET

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John Allen Muhammad, the mastermind of the 2002 sniper attacks that terrorized the suburbs of the nation's capital, is scheduled to die by lethal injection tonight at a state prison near Jarratt, Virginia.

Virginia Gov. Tim Kaine denied a clemency request from Muhammad's lawyers, closing off what is likely to be his last avenue of appeal.

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November 9th, 2009
03:34 PM ET

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All eyes are on the Senate right now, after the House passed its version of the health care reform bill late on Saturday night.

But what kind of movement can we expect on the Senate Floor? Some say we won’t see voting anytime soon. Sen. Joe Lieberman is repeating his vow to never let a bill with a public option come to a vote. So how will the health care debate play out in the Senate?

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