Anderson Cooper opened AC360, "Good evening everyone. In a moment we are going to transport you from your home, or wherever you're watching right now, into Libya; into the terrified city of Tripoli, into the home of a woman who says she isn't sure how much longer she can hold on. She is desperate and she is desperate that you hear her plea tonight. The call that she made to us, at great risk to her own life, this call is a cry in the night. She hasn't been outside in the streets in five days. Merely stepping outside her front door she says can be fatal. Her ruler, the dictator of Libya, has hired mercenaries who right now are still on the streets, free to kill; and too much blood has already been spilt. The front line in the fight for the future of Libya is just outside this woman's front door."
A CRY IN THE NIGHT, Plea to the world - Help us in Tripoli: Anderson Cooper's interview with a woman afraid to leave her apartment in Tripoli
CRISIS IN LIBYA, Tripoli resident - Gadhafi is "falling fast": Anderson's discussion with Fouad Ajami and Ben Wedeman (Ben is reporting from Benghzai, Libya)
Anderson went to break saying part 2 of his interview was coming up because,"she cuts through the clutter and I know it starts to feel the same thing day after day on a lot of these stories, but something about talking to this woman, tonight, I think just really shines a light on the reality of what so many thousands of people are living right now in Tripoli, in their homes; afraid to go outside while this man has his mercenaries and thugs in the streets."
A CRY IN THE NIGHT, Plea to the world - Help us in Tripoli: Part 2 of Anderson Cooper's interview with a woman afraid to leave her apartment in Tripoli
CRISIS IN LIBYA, Gadhafi promises retaliation: Anderson's further discussion with Fouad Ajami and Ben Wedeman
LIBYA, Inside the Uprising: A report by Anderson regarding evacuation of non-Libya citizens
PRES OBAMA ON CRISIS IN LIBYA, Safety of U.S. citizens his "primary concern": Anderson's follow up discussion with Fran Townsend and Fouad Ajami
"CROSSING A LINE" Psy-Ops in Afghanistan: A report by Anderson Cooper
SENATORS & PSY-OPS, Did U.S. military try to manipulate VIPs?: Anderson's follow up discussion with Michael Hastings & Michael Holmes
360 BULLETIN: Isha Sesay
No RidicuList tonight, but a compelling hour of television...
The Richmond Forum added some photos of Anderson to their Flickr photostream today.
And a high school student blogged his experience of hearing Anderson speak on Sunday. Journalist brings his “bliss” to Richmond