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everything from famine in Africa to elections in Iraq to the destruction after Hurricane Katrina. Gayle talks to Anderson Cooper about his most recent travels to the Congo, where he reported on the country's bloody civil war. Anderson says
CNN's Anderson Cooper asks Uwem Akpan, author of Say You're One of Them, how he was able to capture the perspective and voices of children so well in his stories.
Presidential debates are about to get a makeover, as CNN's Anderson Cooper moderates the first-ever, voter-generated presidential forum. Gayle talks with Anderson about this groundbreaking event that
Oprah Radio host Dr. Mehmet Oz talks with Anderson Cooper about his continuing coverage of Hurricane Katrina.
thought it was gonna. The the future of media is not just on television obviously in August mature vision for how Anderson Cooper is gonna be accessible to people. Who don't have between the scene at 10 o'clock at night. You know for I don
how a novel from the 1890s still resonates today. Anderson Cooper 360° airs 7 p.m. ET Monday–Friday on CNN. Check local listings or visit www.cnn.com. What's on Anderson Cooper 's Bookshelf? Read more!
Journalist Anderson Cooper talks about what Inauguration 2009 means to him.
Anderson Cooper reveals his list of favorite books for the July 2005 issue of 'O, The Oprah Magazine.'
Anderson Cooper : The power of showing up For weeks after Hurricane Katrina, the silver ..... beginning. — Gloria Vanderbilt See the books that made a difference to Anderson Cooper LeBron James: The power of seizing the moment By the time LeBron James
Oprah says the world seems confused by Stephen Colbert, an actor who plays a character also named Stephen Colbert. Watch as the real Stephen tells Oprah how newsmen like Bill O'Reilly, Anderson Cooper and Geraldo Rivera inspired his alter ego.