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Earlier this week, Kathy Griffin revealed she will continue being the uncomfortable thorn in Anderson Cooper‘s side on New Year’s Eve for the foreseeable future. “I’ve just signed on to do a multi-year for New Year’s for CNN,” Griffin said on HuffPost Live. Show More Summary
Anderson Cooper to make his Marvel Comics debut in an upcoming "Black Widow" storyline. "'It’s Anderson doing what he does best: looking for the truth and reporting on events. We imagine that in Black Widow’s world, as would be the....
In all seriousness, this cover by Phil Noto is incredibly gorgeous. And it's not just a one-image gimmick, either: according to the creative team behind Black Widow, Anderson Cooper will play an integral role to the plot as he "exposes the tangled web of the Widow’s past discretions." Uhhhh, yes please?
A dream is coming true for the comic book lover within Anderson Cooper. The CNN host will be a Marvel comic book character come November, the publisher announced Thursday. Making his debut in the 12th issue of the "Black Widow" series,...Show More Summary
They've had us in stitches for past eight New Year's Eves, and it looks like the fun won't be stopping anytime soon. The fiery Kathy Griffin told HuffPost Live on Wednesday that CNN has extended her and Anderson Cooper's NYE contracts, and she'll continue to stop at nothing to get the silver fox fired. "I'm trying. Show More Summary
Michael Brown’s parents explain to Anderson Cooper the impact of their meeting with Attorney General Eric Holder. #justiceformikebrown youtube-cnn
When comedian and Anderson Cooper's best friend Kathy Griffin sat down for an interview with Marc Lamont Hill on HuffPost Live this week a conversation about racist Twitter trolls transitioned quickly into a discussion about how much she hates Fox News.
Joining the ranks of other esteemed public figures like Stephen Colbert and Barack Obama, Anderson Cooper is going to be
During his coverage from Ferguson, MO last night, Anderson Cooper interviewed Sybrina Fulton, the mother of Trayvon Martin, the Florida teen who was gunned down by George Zimmerman in 2012. Midway through the interview, Cooper turned to protesters nearby who’d been shouting at him: “I’m actually talking to Trayvon Martin’s mother right now. Show More Summary
Nathan Edmondson discusses "Black Widow's" guest stars including Anderson Cooper, who alerts the world and the Avengers to Natasha's solo exploits.
CNN's '360' anchor continues to report on location from the embattled Missouri town read more
Spike Lee has never been shy about sharing his opinion of how Black people are treated in America, and his latest comments prove this. While sitting with CNN host Anderson Cooper, the famed director suggests that there is a war
CNN's Anderson Cooper will make his Marvel Universe debut in Nathan Edmondson and Phil Noto's "Black Widow" #12 as he investigates Natasha Romanov.
Missouri Highway Patrol Cpt. Ron Johnson reported that law enforcement in Ferguson has had problems with shooters standing on rooftops on Tuesday’s “Anderson Cooper 360” on CNN. “The problem we're having is that these shooters are putting...Show More Summary
Tuesday on CNN's "Anderson Cooper 360," director Spike Lee argued there is a bigger "war on black males" and that the Michael Brown case is tapping into that larger rage. Lee said, "Many people thought that the moment that President Obama put his hand on Abraham Lincoln's bible and took the oath, racism would disappear, gone, for the post-racial era. Show More Summary
Filmmaker Spike Lee joined Anderson Cooper live on CNN Tuesday in order to express his outrage over the police action against protesters in Ferguson, Missouri in the 10 days following the fatal shooting of unarmed teenager Michael Brown by a police officer there.
Reporter placed on leave after tweeting that her police sources said more than a dozen witnesses back police officer's version of shooting — Anderson Cooper (@andersoncooper) August 19, 2014 On FMLA from paper. Earlier tweets did not meet standards for publication. — Christine Byers (@ChristineDByers) August 19, 2014 One of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch crime … Read More
Anderson Cooper and Kathy Griffin will be back for their annual CNN New Year’s Eve special. Cooper and Griffin will ring in 2015 live from Times Square, Wednesday, Dec. 31. This will be the 8th year in a row Cooper and Griffin have hosted CNN’s New Year’s special. “Inside Edition’s” Megan Alexander has been named a correspondent for CBS Newspath. Show More Summary
CNN's Don Lemon joined Anderson Cooper live from the streets of Ferguson, Missouri Monday night to tell him what it was like to get physically shoved by a police officer while trying to report on the protests there more than one week after unarmed teenager Michael Brown was shot and killed by local law enforcement.