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Family at the heart of Louie Anderson's comedy

PASADENA, Calif. - At first life didn't seem too promising for comedian Louie Anderson. He grew up in the projects, number 10 of 11 children, suffered a learning disability, and was fired from his job at Clark's gas station in Minneapolis because he couldn't get the money right.

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A chilling look at 'Slenderman' case

In simpler times, anxious parents worried about what might happen to their children at the park or on the walk home from school. These days, parents fret about the dangers that might lurk behind a closed door in their own home.

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Steve Crump confronts man who called him the N-word

WARNING: Video contains graphic language. A Virginia man was arrested after a street confrontation in Charleston in which racial slurs were directed at Steve Crump, a veteran WBTV (Channel 3) reporter and maker of award-winning civil rights documentaries.
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Steve Crump confronts man who called him the N-word 4:07

Steve Crump confronts man who called him the N-word

Molly's Kids 3:01

Molly's Kids

Robert D. Raiford retires 3:01

Robert D. Raiford retires

'All in with Cam Newton' extended trailer 2:05

'All in with Cam Newton' extended trailer