CNN news anchor Anderson Cooper, 48, posted touching Instagram photos of the best friend he lost Wednesday, his beloved dog Molly. He obviously was very bonded to the 11-year-old Welsh springer spaniel. Molly made her small screen debut in 2011 on his now-cancelled talk show. Show More Summary
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Anderson Cooper loses his best friend
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What sad news. Anderson Cooper may be one of the most perfect men in the world, but even he has to have some bad days. Well, it seems Tuesday may have just been one of his worst because his puppy Molly passed away earlier in the day. The CNN anchor paid tribute to his pet pup on Instagram, [...]
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Anderson Coopers dog Molly passed away today and the newsman posted a pair of photos on Instagram in a sweet sendoff.
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An Anderson Cooper special on the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina was bumped from CNN's schedule Tuesday night, apparently to allow more coverage of Donald Trump.
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CNN's Anderson Cooper is back in New Orleans, where he made headline 10 years ago for his hard-hitting, emotional coverage of Hurricane Katrina. In "Katrina: The Storm That Never Stopped," Cooper revisits some of the people he interviewed immediately after the storm hit to look at what their lives were like before the storm and in the decade since. Show More Summary
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In advance of the decade anniversary of Hurricane Katrina (August 29, 2005), one of the deadliest and costliest storms to rip through America's Gulf Coast, CNN’s Anderson Cooper
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CNN regular Anderson Cooper and Seth Meyers, host of NBC’s “Late Night,” compared notes on being on Donald Trump’s enemies list during an appearance by Cooper on Meyers’ talk show. Here’s the clip:
"Late Night" host Seth Meyers is leading the Trump-coverage charge in in the wake of Jon Stewart's "Daily Show" departure.