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Cuomo Prime Time with Chris Cuomo gets after it with newsmakers in Washington and around the world through in-depth, one-on-one interviews and analysis of the latest breaking news.

    Presenting Anderson Cooper 360

    Presenting Anderson Cooper 360

    Today we're bringing you an episode of Anderson Cooper 360. At least three teenagers were killed and eight people were injured in a shooting at a high school in Oxford, Michigan. The 15-year-old suspect, a sophomore at the school, was taken into custody after police responded to the shooting. Aiden Page is a senior at Oxford High School and barricaded in a classroom during the shooting. He tells Anderson Cooper about the moment he realized he was hearing gunshots. 

    Plus, the CDC is expanding surveillance at four U.S. international airports to look for the Omicron variant of Covid-19 in travelers. CNN’s Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta joins AC360 to discuss whether or not vaccines will help protect against the new variant.  

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    • 1 時間25分
    Omicron Variant "Cause Of Concern," Not "Panic"

    Omicron Variant "Cause Of Concern," Not "Panic"

    As the Omicron Covid variant prompts new travel bans, the message from the White House is it’s a “cause for concern”, not “panic”, but as much remains unknown about the new  strain, health officials urge vaccinations and boosters. CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta joins to talk about the race scientists are undertaking to determine if the variant can evade vaccines.

    Republican Rep. Lauren Boebert remains defiant, refusing to publicly apologize after implying on video that Minnesota DFL Rep. Ilhan Omar could be suicide bomber. CNN Political Commentator Scott Jennings joins to give his perspective.

    As a new wave of smash-and-grab robberies hits stores on Black Friday, should they be treated as organized crime by law enforcement? Stephanie Martz, Chief Administrative Officer of the National Retail Federation joins to give her insight into what could be done to protect businesses from this growing crime spree.

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    • 39分
    Three Men Found Guilty Of Murdering Ahmaud Arbery

    Three Men Found Guilty Of Murdering Ahmaud Arbery

    A Georgia jury has found all three men charged in the killing of Ahmaud Arbery guilty of murder. They could face life in prison without parole. CNN Legal Analyst Joey Jackson and defense attorney Mark O’Mara join to give their perspectives on the verdict.

    A man wrongfully convicted of murder is freed after more than four decades in prison. Kevin Strickland joins to talk about being exonerated after 43 years in one of the longest wrongful conviction cases in the U.S. That, as wave of organized retail thefts costing $30 billion a year in losses hits upscale stores in major cities, with Sacramento being one of the worst affected. California Attorney General Rob Bonta joins to discuss how he intends to combat this growing crime trend in his state.

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    • 40分
    Jury Deliberations Begin In Arbery Murder Trial

    Jury Deliberations Begin In Arbery Murder Trial

    As jury deliberations head into a second day in the Ahmaud Arbery murder trial, Chris speaks with the attorney for defendant William Bryan who faces 9 separate charges  including aggravated assault, false imprisonment and murder. After, CNN Legal Analyst Joey Jackson joins to discuss the key points of the case.

    Next, Jane ‘Nightbirde’ Marczewski, former contestant on America’s got talent, shares an update on her cancer battle and gives a special message ahead of Thanksgiving.

    Finally, in a move which echoes Hollywood blockbuster ‘Armageddon’, NASA launches its first test mission to crash into a near-Earth asteroid to change its motion in space. The asteroid will be nearly 7 million miles away from earth when the ‘Dart’ spacecraft hits it at 15,000 mph in September 2022. Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson joins to give his insight into the science behind the mission.

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    • 39分
    Mark Richards: Kyle Rittenhouse Wasn't A Militia Member

    Mark Richards: Kyle Rittenhouse Wasn't A Militia Member

    Chris speaks with Kyle Rittenhouse’s defense attorney Mark Richards about his client’s post acquittal interview, the behavior of his previous legal team, plus the role he thinks politics played in the investigation of the case and subsequent first-degree murder charges.

    Suspect Darrell Brooks has been charged with five counts of intentional homicide after allegedly driving an SUV into Christmas parade in Waukesha, leaving 5 dead and 48 injured. Brooks had been released less than two weeks ago in a domestic abuse case on a $1,000 bail that prosecutors now say was inappropriately low. CNN Political Commentator Van Jones joins to give his perspective.

    Governor Gavin Newsom promises "exponential" spending to fight an increase in organized retail theft with mobs swarming into high-end stores and pharmacies in coordinated robberies. San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin joins to discuss the crime wave and the task force he’s setting up to tackle it.

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    • 40分
    Kyle Rittenhouse Acquitted On All Charges

    Kyle Rittenhouse Acquitted On All Charges

    A jury finds Kenosha shooter Kyle Rittenhouse not guilty on all charges, the most serious of which was first-degree intentional homicide, after more than 25 hours of deliberations over four days. In a case that has fueled debate over vigilantism, self-defense and gun rights, Rittenhouse has also been meme-ified by both sides of the political spectrum. What happens now? Mark Richards, attorney for Rittenhouse joins to give his perspective. Later, Professor Cornell William Brooks, former President & CEO of NAACP joins to discuss the Culture Wars & what the Rittenhouse case  signifies.

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    • 42分

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The best....period!

Speaking to listeners like friends,....thanks Chris, keep it up brother!

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