We begin with the latest in Libya. Moments ago new explosions and anti-aircraft fire in Tripoli and the breaking news that NATO had agreed to take the reins from the United States take over the mission to enforce the no-fly zone, but just the no fly-zone. They've apparently not agreed to take over other coalition military action like attacking Gadhafi's ground troops and heavy weapons. It's a very confusing diplomatic situation we've seen play out today. ~ Anderson Cooper
ANTI-AIRCRAFT FIRE AND NEW EXPLOSIONS IN TRIPOLI: A report by Anderson Cooper
ANTI-AIRCRAFT FIRE AND NEW EXPLOSIONS IN TRIPOLI: Anderson's discussion with Jill Dougherty, Ed Henry & Nicholas Burns, Fmr. U.S. Amb. to NATO
NATO TAKING COMMAND OF ENFORCING NO-FLY ZONE, Still considering whether to take over rest of mission: Anderson's discussion with Brig. Gen. Mark Kimmitt (U.S. Army, Ret.), Gen. James "Spider" Marks(U.S. Army, Ret.), and Robert Baer
ANTI-AIRCRAFT FIRE AND NEW EXPLOSIONS IN TRIPOLI: Anderson talks to Nic Robertson in Tripoli and Arwa Damon in Benghazi
DEATH TOLL IN JAPAN TOPS 10,000: Anderson's discussion with Sanjay Gupta about radiation levels
NUCLEAR PLANT WORKERS HOSPITALIZED, Exposed to water with 10,000x typical radiation levels: Anderson's discussion with Michael Frielander
REVOLUTION AND RAGE, DEADLY VIOLENCE IN SYRIA: A report by Anderson Cooper
360 BULLETIN: Isha Sesay
That's it for 360 tonight...
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Anderson Cooper with a search and rescue team Saturday in Sendai, part of extensive Japanese quake coverage on CNN.
Anderson Cooper's Road to Success
Los Angeles - How do you become one of America’s most successful journalists? Anderson Cooper talks about the road to success plus a piece of advice from his mother Gloria Vanderbilt that he’ll never forget.
"I think finding your passion is the key to any kind of success"
"I think the thing is to try to as early as you can figure out what is it that quickens your pulse what it is that really gets your heart racing"
"When I was graduating college my mom, I asked her for advice, her advice was follow your bliss which is a term coined by Joseph Campbell a professor"
"I think if you can figure out what your bliss is and figure out a way to kind-of somehow make your job about what it is your most passionate about thats where true success comes"
"What I realize now is that the path isn't necessary always clear a head of you. As long as each step you’re taking feels right at time and is following what your gut instinct. The road won’t always seem clear but when you look backwards it'll seem like a linear path"
"I love what I do so it doesn't even really feel like work. We're doing a daytime talk show that’s doing to start in September and I'm thrilled to be doing it"