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Why call 911 when you can take pics instead?

Why call 911 when you can take pics instead?

When a car crashes into a New Jersey store, sending a customer flying, everyone whips out their cell phones, but not to call 911 -- to start taking pictures and videos of the accident instead!

What happened to being a Good Samaritan? Are we so connected that we have become disconnected? Dr. Drew's panel weighs in.

Casey Anthony's clothes: Would you buy them?

Casey Anthony's clothes: Would you buy them?

You may have been captivated by the Casey Anthony murder trial for months in 2011, but were you that much of a "fan" that you would shell out big bucks for a piece of her clothing?

Several of the 27-year-old's pants and purses are now on sale for $800 a piece on a true crime collectibles and memorabilia website called Serial Killers Ink. Anthony, however, was never a serial killer. She wasn't even convicted of the one slaying she was charged with: the death of her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee Anthony.

Tonight: Bieber raid

Tonight: Bieber raid

The pop star’s house was raided this morning after an egging incident reported by a neighbor. Los Angeles County authorities executed a search warrant at Bieber’s home. Neighbors have complained about his behavior before. The Behavior Bureau wonders what this latest allegation says about Bieber, and if it’s a sign of trouble to come.

Plus: We tell you about the victim of the movie theater shooting. Who was he? What did he do that made the alleged shooter so angry? How does an annoyance at a film turn into a confrontation that ends in a death?

Mayor Rob Ford goes clubbing, skips the booze?

Mayor Rob Ford goes clubbing, skips the booze?

Toronto’s "Crack Mayor" Rob Ford was out clubbing over the weekend. He insists he only ordered an energy drink. Check out the pictures and then tell us: Do you believe him?

Dr. Drew and his guests weigh in on Ford’s night on the town.

Woman narrates meth-fueled car chase

Woman narrates meth-fueled car chase

Dr. Drew is kicking off a week-long series, “Hooked: A Nation of Addicts.” He and his guests look at the enormous problem of our pill-popping, booze-loving, drug-addicted culture.

First up, a woman in Oregon was allegedly high on meth when she stabbed a man, stole a cop car and led police on a high-speed chase. Tara Axmaker pleaded guilty and has been sentenced to nine years behind bars, according to HLN affiliate KPTV.

Tonight: Is Bieber a bad egg?

Tonight: Is Bieber a bad egg?

Is Justin Bieber a bad egg? He’s accused of pelting a neighbor’s home with eggs and causing thousands of dollars’ worth of damage. The District Attorney’s office is looking into possible charges against the pop star. So what prompted the alleged attack? Why would anyone behave this way? Did he know he was being videotaped? Should he apologize? Is this much ado about nothing? Dr. Drew and The Behavior Bureau will try to answer those questions.

Plus, it’s our first night of ‘Hooked: A Nation of Addicts”. It’s a week-long look at an enormous problem; our pill-popping, booze-loving, drug-addicted culture. You have to see this video to believe it; a woman who’s high on meth steals a cop car and leads police on a chase. The Behavior Bureau is back with their take.

Marissa Alexander avoids more jail time -- for now

Marissa Alexander avoids more jail time -- for now

A Florida mother who unsuccessfully used a "Stand Your Ground" defense in 2012 will not be put back in jail after being accused of repeatedly "flouting" the conditions of her bond by running errands.

The judge ruled on Friday that Marissa Alexander will be able to remain out on bond but with tighter restrictions, according to HLN affiliate WAWS.

Warrant: Aaron Hernandez eyed in double homicide

Warrant: Aaron Hernandez eyed in double homicide

A newly released warrant sheds light on why authorities started investigating former NFL star Aaron Hernandez's possible role in an unsolved Boston double homicide in July 2012.

Whether Hernandez was believed to be directly involved in the drive-by shooting and what his motive might have been are not stated in the warrant and accompanying eight-page affidavit.

'Truly sorry': Target data hack gets worse

'Truly sorry': Target data hack gets worse

Target announced Friday the data breach that exposed customers' information around the Thanksgiving holiday is much worse than previously thought.

In a new statement, the company says 70 million customers had information such as their name, address, phone number and e-mail hacked in the data breach.

The business of pot: Can supply meet demand?

The business of pot: Can supply meet demand?

You can now buy, sell and use marijuana recreationally in Colorado… so what happens now? Can supply meet the demand and how high will prices go?

HLN’s Dr. Drew talks to CNN's Anderson Cooper about his week-long series exploring the legalization of marijuana.

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