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August 9th, 2013
09:57 PM ET

Five-week old baby rescued from flood

Tonight, parts of 21 states are under flood watches or warning. The rising water turning deadly in Oklahoma, where a man was swept away while trying to save his daughter from a stranded vehicle. But it was a much different scene outside of Nashville. Flooding there trapped the Marlin family, including five week old Lauren.  But fire fighters there arrived in time to carry the infant to safety, and rescue the rest of her family. Rebecca and Jeremiah Marlin spoke to Wolf about their ordeal.

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August 9th, 2013
09:52 PM ET

President Obama faces tough questions

President Obama facing reporters, for his first major press conference since April. He did it just before leaving for a week-long vacation in Martha's Vineyard. Some of the toughest questions were about his relationship with Russian President Putin, Edward Snowden, and the NSA programs he exposed. Wolf discussed all of it with senior political analyst David Gergen, chief White House correspondent Jessica Yellin and chief Congressional correspondent Dana Bash.

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August 9th, 2013
09:47 PM ET

John Walsh on reported sighting of missing 16-year old

A reported sighting of Hannah Anderson is giving her family hope she may be found alive. The missing 16-year old was spotted with her alleged abductor, James DiMaggio, in the Idaho wilderness. But what does this report mean for the massive manhunt going on right now? Wolf spoke with John Walsh.

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August 9th, 2013
09:43 PM ET

Hannah Anderson's aunt speaks

The search for 16-year old Hannah Anderson is now focused on Idaho. Suspect James DiMaggio's car was found in a remote part of the state. A rider on horseback reports spotting a couple in the wilderness who match the description of Anderson and DiMaggio. Tonight, Wolf spoke with Hannah's aunt Andrea Saincome about this latest sighting.

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August 8th, 2013
10:00 PM ET

New questions about Miami police investigation

More than two years after police shot and killed Raymond Herisse, his family still has plenty of unanswered questions. Officers stopped him for reckless driving in May 2011, and ended up killing him in a hail of more than 100 bullets. CNN's Jason Carroll has a closer look at what happened, and why the investigation is taking so long.

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August 8th, 2013
09:50 PM ET

Dr. Sanjay Gupta changes his mind on weed

Dr. Sanjay Gupta is explaining his new outlook on marijuana. In 2009 he wrote an article for Time Magazine "Why I would Vote No on Pot." But after spending the last year working on the documentary Weed for CNN he is apologizing.  Dr. Gupta explained to Wolf why he is now changing his mind.

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August 8th, 2013
09:44 PM ET

John Walsh on the search for Hannah Anderson

A troubling new turn in the search for 16-year-old Hannah Anderson. Police now fear murder and kidnapping suspect, James DiMaggio, might be armed with explosives. DiMaggio was a long-time friend of the Anderson family. What does that say about the chances of authorities finding Hannah? Wolf spoke with John Walsh about it.

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July 26th, 2013
10:04 PM ET

American survivor of Spain train crash speaks

At least one American is among the at least 78 people killed in the train derailment in Spain.  Five other Americans were hurt.  That includes Stephen Ward, a Mormon missionary from Bountiful, Utah.  Wolf spoke with him.

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July 26th, 2013
09:59 PM ET

Spanish train derailment investigation

The driver at the controls of the train that derailed in Spain killing at least 78 people has been detained by police.  Authorities are looking into whether he was going too fast as the train jumped the tracks.   Images posted to his now deleted Facebook page are raising new questions.  Karl Penhaul has the latest from the scene.

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July 26th, 2013
09:44 PM ET

The case that inspired the new movie "Fruitvale Station"

Years before Trayvon Martin crossed paths with George Zimmerman, the killing of Oscar Grant made national headlines, and triggered protests across the country. Grant's story is the subject of the new movie "Fruitvale Station."   Unlike the Martin case, there were plenty of witnesses to Grant's death, and many recorded it with their cell phone cameras. We want to warn you it may be difficult to watch.   CNN's Kyung Lah looks at what happened.

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