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Tonight: Toronto mayor threatens to kill?

Tonight: Toronto mayor threatens to kill?

Mayor Rob Ford has already apologized for this latest scandal.

He says he was "extremely, extremely inebriated" when he went off in a rage about murdering someone. Just two days ago he admitted to smoking crack. Does he have a problem with drugs? With alcohol? Or is it something else entirely? Dr. Drew and his special guest, Jerry Springer, will discuss it.

Toronto mayor more popular than ever?

Toronto mayor more popular than ever?

Soon after authorities said they seized a hard drive containing a video "consistent with what has been described in the media,” a Forum Research poll showed that Toronto Mayor Rob Ford’s approval rating had risen by 5 percentage points to 44 percent.

Although the mayor admitted that he had smoked crack this week, he also said that he will not step down from office.

Fmr. Dolphins player talks Incognito

Fmr. Dolphins player talks Incognito

Did offensive lineman Richie Incognito of the Miami Dolphins leave teammate Jonathan Martin voice mails containing racial slurs and threats of physical violence? That’s something Incognito didn't want to comment on this week.

Martin left the team suddenly last week and Incognito has been suspended indefinitely from the Dolphins.

Drug gives addict second chance

Drug gives addict second chance

A 29-year-old mother overdoses on heroin, but a powerful drug gives her a second chance.

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Toronto mayor: 'Am I an addict? No.'

Toronto mayor: 'Am I an addict? No.'

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford admitted Tuesday, after months of speculation and allegations, that he smoked crack cocaine about a year ago, most likely during a "drunken stupor."

But Ford says he enjoys his job and will stay on as mayor of Toronto despite the admission.

Feeling SAD: What's seasonal affective disorder?

Feeling SAD: What's seasonal affective disorder?

It's that time of year again. As the days get shorter, fewer daylight hours could put you at risk for seasonal affective disorder (SAD). Dr. Drew breaks down the disorder.

Tonight: Mayor admits crack use

Tonight: Mayor admits crack use

Scandal: Toronto’s mayor has been dogged by drug allegations for months. Police say they have a tape on which the mayor appears to be using. Now he has come clean, admitting that he smoked crack cocaine. Dr. Drew and the Behavior Bureau take a look at the evidence, the denials, and now the admission. What’s the mayor thinking?

Update: Did a teacher-found murdered near her school- and her student who’s accused of killing her have a relationship of some kind? New information seems to answer that question. The Behavior Bureau is back to discuss.

'Cliff bride' case: New court docs released

'Cliff bride' case: New court docs released

Jordan Linn Graham allegedly pushed her husband of eight days, Cody Johnson, off a cliff in July at Glacier National Park in Montana.

Johnson died and now Graham is facing murder charges.

LAX shooting: What was suspect's motive?

LAX shooting: What was suspect's motive?

Last Friday, a man armed with an assault rifle and carrying materials expressing anti-government sentiment opened fire at Los Angeles International Airport, killing one TSA officer, authorities said this week.

But what was the 23-year-old suspect Paul Ciancia’s behavior like prior to the deadly incident? Were warning signs missed?

Neighbors fear man will rape again

Neighbors fear man will rape again

A judge in California will allow the release of a convicted serial rapist to a home in Southern California.

Although the "pillowcase rapist" Christopher Hubbart, 62, will be monitored by authorities, some Los Angeles County residents aren't taking the release lightly.

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