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On this evening's "Piers Morgan Live", Oklahoma tornado survivor Mikki Dixon Davis talks to Piers Morgan about the devasating loss of her son who died in Monday's twister in Moore, Okla.
"It's been one of the hardest few days of my life," says Davis. "Leaving him on Monday, just telling him 'goodbye' as I'm going to work, he's headed to school and thinking, 'Okay, I'm going to see you in a little while and then I don't. It's horrible. I just can't ... it's just hard to express in words."
"It took me, probably at least an hour to even get to, from where I was, to get to Moore," says Davis who rushed to Plaza Elementary School after the storm. "And then I ended up having to walk two miles to the school." FULL POST
Coming up this evening at 9, "Piers Morgan Live" welcomes U.S. Representative Peter King to the program.
The former Chairman of the House Committee on Homeland Security joins Piers Morgan to talk about President Barack Obama's speech on terror earlier today.
"The tone of today's speech, I just thought was wrong." said King. "He's really declaring almost the end of the war against terrorism long before it's over."
"In many ways al Qaeda is more dangerous now than it was prior to September 11. FULL POST
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As the residents of Moore, Okla. begin to rebuild their community after a devastating EF-5 tornado tore through their town, "Piers Morgan Live" spoke to RJay Hansen, Lynsey Hansen and Lynsey's boyfriend, Jeramiah Cozee, about their miraculous reunion with the family Corgi, Phoebe after the twister devastated their home.
"I found her in the kitchen, basically underneath the fridge in the corner scared," said Cozee who returned to the home with Lynsey and searched for Phoebe.
As the residents of Moore, Okla. continue to recover from the deadly tornado that tore through their town with the strength of 200 miles per hour winds, "Piers Morgan Live" spoke to country music star and Moore native Toby Keith who shared his thoughts and reaction to the devastating event.
"This was a bad one," said a stunned Keith who had just returned to Moore earlier in the day. "But Oklahoma's prepared, they have some of the best meteorologists in the world."
"People were prepared as they can be and mother nature's just not gonna be tamed every time."
"The good thing is we're resilient here," said Keith about his hometown. "I'm proud to live here in this town and I've always called it home." FULL POST
As more information on the Ohio kidnapping investigation comes to light – in particular facts related to a history of violence and abuse directed at Ariel Castro's family – on Thursday "Piers Morgan Live" invited John Douglas to offer his professional perspective.
The former chief of the FBI's Behavioral Science unit, Douglas discussed the role such an upbringing might play in the adult future of those raised within an abusive environment:
"What always is a debate, is it a nature or nurture thing?" he noted. "I can say from the people who I have interviewed, on death row or in prisons around the country, most of them will have some type of violence, psychological, physical violence, sexual violence in the background."
The man who served as the inspiration for the character of Jack Crawford in the well-known "Silence of the Lamb" film, Douglas was careful to avoid holding one's childhood entirely responsible for later behavior: FULL POST
As Washington and Barack Obama continue to aggressively address the scandal surrounding the IRS's inappropriate practice of targeting the Tea Party and other conservative political groups, Donald Rumsfeld joined Piers Morgan in studio for a live, face to face interview.
"Why do you call this 'The Grill'?" blurted Rumsfeld, referencing the host's signature debate segment.
"That's a little arrogant, isn't it? To suggest that you're grilling people as opposed to having a discussion?" asked the former Secretary of Defense.