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August 19th, 2013
10:31 PM ET

RidicuList: Hello 911 my cable is out and I can't watch Breaking Bad

Could the show "Breaking Bad" be as addictive as the drug it portrays? When cable service went out in Connecticut, some fans proved they could not do without their weekly fix. One person even called 911 to report the outage. How did the operator handle it? Find out on the RidicuList.

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August 19th, 2013
10:29 PM ET

Why the Steenkamp family will not attend the Pistorius trial?

South African Olympic sprinter Oscar Pistorius broke down in court today as he was officially charged with premeditated murder in the death of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp. Today's indictment comes six months after her death, on what would have been her 30th birthday. 360's Drew Griffin takes a closer look at the case, and spoke with Steenkamp's family. They explained why they will not be attending Pistorius' trial.

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August 19th, 2013
10:27 PM ET

Oscar Pistorius faces a life sentence

Oscar Pistorius does not deny killing his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, but he claims it was an accident. Today he was charged with premeditated murder, and if convicted he could face a mandatory life sentence. But do prosecutors have a strong enough case against him? Anderson discussed it with senior legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin and Kelly Phelps, a law professor at the University of Cape Town.

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August 19th, 2013
10:23 PM ET

Is Egypt really preparing to release Hosni Mubarak?

Lawyers for former Egyptian dictator Hosni Mubarak claim he was acquitted in a corruption case and could soon be released. It would be a game changer in the country where there is no end to the violence. State TV is reporting dozens of solders were ambushed and killed by militants this morning. Tonight, we got word that the spiritual leader of the Muslim Brotherhood is now under arrest. CNN's Nick Paton Walsh is in Cairo and discussed the breaking news with Anderson.

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August 19th, 2013
10:21 PM ET

Idaho's wall of fire

Right now more than 1,200 firefighters are on the ground racing to contain Idaho's Beaver Creek wildfire. It already scorched more than 100,000 acres and is threatening luxury vacation homes belonging to some of Hollywood's biggest stars. It's just one of dozens of wildfires burning across the western U.S. tonight. 360's Gary Tuchman is in Idaho with the latest.

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August 16th, 2013
10:41 PM ET

Oprah on Race in America

"Lee Daniels' The Butler" not only tells the story of a butler who served eight U.S. presidents, it also tells the story of America's civil rights movement. The film features one of the most hated and controversial words in the English language. Anderson spoke with the film’s stars, Oprah Winfrey and Forest Whitaker, about the use of the "n” word, in the movie and in American culture.

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August 16th, 2013
10:36 PM ET

The RidicuList: Zoo lyin' about its lion

When is a lion not a lion? When you’re at a zoo in China, where workers replaced the king of the jungle with man's best friend, and hoped no one would notice. Here’s the RidicuList.

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August 16th, 2013
10:28 PM ET

Face-to-face meetings in Veronica custody battle

Rare face-to-face meetings in two courts today for the biological father and adoptive parents fighting for custody of nearly four-year old Veronica. This is a legal battle that has been going on so long, when it started she was known as Baby Veronica. She was not in court today, despite a judge's order that her biological father Dusten Brown bring her. 360's Randi Kaye reports from Tulsa.

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August 16th, 2013
05:30 PM ET

American Journey: The Mosaic Project

Saint Louis has far fewer immigrants than other American cities of its size. Now, a program called the Mosaic Project is trying to change that. Tom Foreman has the story.

 

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August 15th, 2013
10:22 PM ET

Egypt braces for the "Day of Anger"

Massive protests are planned in Egypt, a day after more than 580 Egyptians died in fierce fighting. Witnesses say many of those killed today were shot by Egyptian security forces firing live ammunition at protest camps. At the same time Islamist demonstrators attacked churches and called for a Muslim state in Egypt. Anderson takes a closer look at today's violence and what we can expect tomorrow.  He spoke with CNN's Arwa Damon in Cairo, Egyptian journalist Mona Eltahawy, Arab affairs analyst Robin Wright, and Daily Beast correspondent Peter Beinart.

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