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Latest Anderson Cooper Items
CNN's Anderson Cooper interviewed Emily Miller about mental illness and gun violence in the wake of the tragic mass shooting at the Washington Navy Yard. The video of the September 18 interview on "AC360 Later" is below.
Well-wishers waiting outside St. Mary's Hospital in London might have been forgiven for thinking a town crier announcing the birth of the Prince of Cambridge had the royal seal of approval.
Trayvon Martin's stepmother of 14 years sat down for a tearful interview with CNN's Anderson Cooper on Friday night, saying that though she believes George Zimmerman is guilty, she doesn't believe he targeted her son because of race.
The Internal Revenue Service can't find the receipts from a $4 million agency conference in 2010 — meaning, it can't provide the same documentation for business-related travel it requires Americans to include on tax filings.
It's been a whirlwind two days for Cleveland's Charles Ramsey, who helped free three women from a decade of captivity on Monday night.
CNN's Anderson Cooper interviewed Emily Miller on "AC360" about President Obama's White House press conference Thursday calling for more gun-control laws.
A top NBC executive says the network is not considering replacing Matt Lauer as co-anchor of the "Today" show.
Gay advocacy group GLAAD says Madonna will present CNN's Anderson Cooper with an award for openly gay media professionals.
A massive manhunt reached into California mountains, to neighboring states and even into Mexico as authorities continued their search for a bitter and angry ex-policeman suspected of killing three people and terrorizing Southern California in a vendetta against his former department.