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March 29th, 2013
09:02 PM ET

Oklahoma patient speaks out after potential exposure to HIV, hepatitis

Officials say the Oklahoma dentist who may have put 7,000 patients at risk of contracting hepatitis and HIV could face criminal charges.

Dentist's office a 'perfect storm' for HIV, hepatitis exposure, health official says

Investigators say Doctor Scott Harrington let assistants do procedures only a dentist is supposed to do, including sedating patients. They say there were multiple sterilization problems and that there was no inventory of the office's drug cabinet. They found one drug that expired 20 years ago.

Our Ed Lavendera spoke with a teen who had a disturbing experience with Doctor Harrington.


Filed under: Crime • Health • News
March 29th, 2013
08:55 PM ET

Marilyn Monroe's "lost" letter for sale

Legendary letters written by Monroe, Eisenhower and Lennon could fetch $5 million. Brooke Baldwin reports.

Visit ProfileInHistory.com for more details.


Filed under: E-Block
March 29th, 2013
08:42 PM ET

Sarah Palin says "furlough consultants" but pays them big money

Sarah Palin released a 2 minute 17 second ad this week. She prominently featured a line you may remember from her big speech at CPAC last month.

"Now is the time to furlough the consultants, and tune out the pollsters, send the focus groups home and toss the political scripts," Palin said.

Furlough the consultants! The same consultants she's been paying a whole lot of money.

CNN Contributor John Avlon did a little digging and found that Palin's political action committee - Sarah pac spent $5.1 million dollars in the last election cycle - more than $4.8 million of it went to consultants.

Outfront tonight: CNN contributor Reihan Salam and Alice Stewart, former Communications Advisor to Rick Santorum, Michele Bachmann and Mike Huckabee.


Filed under: News • Politics
March 29th, 2013
01:42 PM ET

Camera survives 5,000 mile Pacific journey

A Georgia woman is finally getting her Hawaii vacation photos back after more than five years. She lost her underwater camera while scuba diving off of Maui in 2007, and wrote it off as lost for good.

But recently, the camera washed up - five thousand miles away on a Taiwanese beach.

Now she's preparing for another trip to pick up her camera, and meet the man who found it, and then tracked her down.

OutFront tonight: Lindsey Scallan.


Filed under: International • News
March 29th, 2013
01:38 PM ET

"Obesity on the menu": Group blasts restaurants for kids' meals

A study says 97% of kids' meals don't meet nutritional standards set by the Center for Science in the Public Interest. Erin Burnett reports.


Filed under: Food • News • The Number
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