Anderson Cooper opened tonight's AC360 with, "Everybody, good evening. We are live from Cairo yet again tonight. And what a remarkable day we have seen, a day very different than some of the worst fears and predictions of what was going to happen, and a day very different than the last two days that we have been coming to you from. Our situation also obviously on the ground has changed, as you can tell from the quality of this broadcast. We're standing outside. We have actual lights. That's a sign that the security situation in the area that we're in we feel has drastically improved. Otherwise, we would still be broadcasting from indoors for security reasons, as we have for the last two nights. That being said, it was a remarkable day of peaceful protest in Liberation Square, though in the last few hours there has been accounts of sporadic gunfire in the square. We want to check in with a CNN stringer who is -- has been reporting from the square, Ian Lee."
GUNFIRE REPORTED AT LIBERATION SQUARE, Report: Troops repeal Mubarak's loyalists with warning shots: Anderson Cooper discusses with Ian Lee who is near the square, by phone
PRESSURE GROWS ON MUBARAK, "Day of Departure" tense but mostly peaceful: An overview of the days events
PRESSURE GROWS ON MUBARAK, "Day of Departure" tense but mostly peaceful: Follow up discussion with Anderson, Hala Galani, Ben Wedeman and Ivan Watson
PRESIDENTIAL PUSH, What is America's role in Egypt crisis?: A discussion with Anderson, Ben, Fouad Ajami and John King
HIT-AND-RUN VAN MAY BELONG TO U.S. EMBASSY, Officials say some vehicles were stolen last week: Anderson discusses a disturbing YouTube video with Jill Dougherty
NO U.S. EVACUATIONS FLIGHTS FROM EGYPT, U.S. State Dept. offered none on Friday: Anderson discusses availability of flights out of Egypt with Jill Dougherty
360 BULLETIN: Joe Johns
Anderson Cooper Interviews Christiane Amanpour
EGYPT UPRISING, ENTERING DAY 12: Final thoughts from John King, Fouad Ajami, Ivan Watson, Ben Wedeman and Hala Golani
WITNESSING EGYPT'S UPRISING: A Reporter's Notebook from Anderson Cooper
Anderson Cooper asks Dr. Fouad Ajami: "What have we seen today? Do you think fear has been defeated here today? Do you think there is no turning back?"
That does it for 360, live from Cairo~
At this time it remains uncertain if Anderson is staying in Cairo or heading home. We'll be watching this weekend and if he files any reports, we will have them for you. ~ Wonz
Stephen Colbert had a little fun with Anderson on last night's The Colbert Report. Please remember that The Colbert Report is a comedy show, and the following video is all in fun.
Access Hollywood had a segment called "Under Fire" tonight, covering the way journalists have been treated in Cairo. Anderson was part of the segment. (You may also notice former CNN anchor John Roberts.)