Anderson Cooper

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From the Sago mine disaster to his reporting on hunger to his death-defying coverage in Sarajevo, Anderson has demonstrated his journalistic commitment.

"I think it's important for people to see what is happening in the world. All these things are happening, whether or not we're there, you know?" he says. "So it doesn't seem like that big a deal for me to go there and tell the story. I think it's the least we can do. These things are happening, but I think it makes it all the worse when people die and no one notices their passing."
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