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College Football / Shaw's Story / A discussion #1070789

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Aug 28, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Sara Sidner) The fictional story of USC football player Josh Shaw, who claimed he injured his ankles rescuing him nephew, examined; Shaw quoted earlier and later about his story; details given about Shaw's background. [SHAw - speaks at commencement.] [USA coach Steve SARKASIAN - says there are conflicting stories.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Duke University's Dan Ariely about Shaw's lie. [From Mountain View, California, ARIELY - outlines the three elements behind Shaw's story designed to protect himself and convince himself he did something he did not really do; explains the reasoning behind lies.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Sidner, Sara

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