On a network that now features the antics of anchor Don Lemon -- whose latest stunt involved holding up a sign with the word “nigger” written on it to spark a discussion about race -- Anderson Cooper, who has anchored his eponymous show...Show More Summary
Anderson Cooper fired back at ex-FEMA head Michael Brown for a shot at him in a piece saying people need to stop blaming him for bad Katrina relief efforts.
On Tuesday, Univision anchor Jorge Ramos was kicked out of a Donald Trump press conference by security for asking questions out of turn about immigration. Two days later, the 57-year-old appeared on CNN's Anderson Cooper 360 to speak out about the confrontation. Ramos considers himself to be "just a reporter asking questions," which was tough for him [...]
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.
CNN bumped Anderson Cooper's special on the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina for extended coverage of Donald Trump's presidential campaign. The network was billing the special as a deeply personal journey where "Cooper observesShow More Summary
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
Fusion host Jorge Ramos said Monday that presidential candidate Donald Trump is "spreading hate" when he talks about immigrants. In an appearance on CNN's "Anderson Cooper 360," Ramos said Trump is promoting a deportation plan that is...Show More Summary
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
CNN senior Washington correspondent Jeff Zeleny had some fawning words during Thursday’s Anderson Cooper 360 for Vice President Joe Biden as he continues to mull a 2016 presidential campaign, referring to him as a “generally excellent”...Show More Summary
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.
During an appearance on CNN’s Anderson Cooper 360 on Tuesday, Washington Post columnist Michael Gerson took a swipe at supporters of Trump and accused them of being ultra-right wing, nationalist individuals.
As Donald Trump remains atop the polls even following last week's first GOP presidential debate, the argument that he is merely a "fringe" candidate like Michele Bachmann or Herman Cain from the 2012 election cycle is starting to sound less credible. Chris Christie used it earlier this month and last night Seth Meyers brought it up during his interview with Anderson Cooper.
Catching insults from Donald Trump is a rite of passage for some celebrities. From Late Night with Seth Meyers
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Last summer intrepid reporter Anderson Cooper relayed some covert info to his gal pal Kelly Ripa that shocked the entire universe: When it comes to sexual relations, his close friend, Bravolebrity Andy Cohen is a top. Now Andy, who sometimes has loose lips when it comes to his adult sleepovers (right Lance Bass?), has never […]
By Kim Stagliano Where is Dr. Richard Pan? Where is Dr. Paul Offit? Where is Dr. Tom Insel? Where is Nancy Snyderman? Where is Emily Willingham? Where is Liz Szabo Where is Anderson Cooper? Where is Jimmy Kimmel? Where is...
Donald Trump’s attacks don’t seem to have a rhyme or reason. He is going after his own party, dead presidents, and journalists. Today, on his trip to the U.S.-Mexico border in Laredo, Texas, where he refused to apologize to those who...Show More Summary