In case you missed it ...
December 21st, 2010
08:07 AM ET

In case you missed it ...

Weren't able to tune in for CNN's and HLN's prime-time programming Monday night? Hey, we understand, which is why we're giving you a chance to catch up on "In Case You Missed It."

On "AC 360°," guest host Dr. Sanjay Gupta took a closer look at the case of author Phillip Greaves, who was arrested on obscenity charges Monday in Florida.

His book, "The Pedophile's Guide to Love and Pleasure: A Child-Lover's Code of Conduct," has sparked outrage.

But do Greaves' First Amendment rights protect him from prosecution? Gupta asks Sheriff Grady Judd of Polk County, Florida, and CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin for their take on the situation.

Later in the show, Gupta addresses whether Michael Vick should be allowed to own another dog - now, or ever again. Gupta is joined by Wayne Pacelle, president of the Humane Society of the United States, who takes what some may consider to be a surprising stance on Vick's statements.


Wolf Blitzer phoned in to "Parker Spitzer" from Pyongyang, North Korea, where he has been accompanying New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson, a former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations. Has Richardson been able to make any progress in defusing tensions between the North and South Korean governments? Blitzer says he thinks so.


On "Nancy Grace," guest host Jean Casarez explored the mystery of a missing Las Vegas showgirl. Debbie Flores-Narvaez was last seen by her boyfriend on Sunday night, and her car later was found abandoned with the license plates removed. Casarez and guests go over the facts and evidence that police have gathered so far.


Music stars provided their share of memorable "OMG" moments and scandals in 2010, but which pop star takes home the "Showbiz Tonight" most shocking award? Was it Taylor Swift? LeAnn Rimes or John Mayer, perhaps? Brooke Anderson and crew analyze the evidence and crown a king - or queen.