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CNN Evening News for Thursday, Sep 11, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A report from ESPN that football player Ray Rice told the NFL he punched his wife in the elevator in Atlantic City reviewed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; studio: Miguel Marquez) What was revealed in the Rice-NFL meeting about what happened in the elevator & about an investigation by former FBI director Robert Mueller@ discussed. [On CBS, NFL commissioner Roger GOODELL - says the story was ambiguous about what happened.] [Baltimore Ravens owner Steve BISCOTTI@- comments on Rice & what he assumed happened.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Rachel Nichols & "Sports Illustrated" writer L. Jon Wertheim about the Rice case. [TOOBIN - says Mueller could do the job of the investigation; explains domestic violence law.] [WERTHEIM - says the NFL bungled this from the start.] [NICHOLS - comments on the tales from Goodell, Biscotti & Ray & Janay Rice; notes the NFL did not have a domestic violence policy until very recently.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Marquez, Miguel

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