Anderson Cooper opened AC360 with, " Good evening, everyone. Tonight: President Obama says it is time for Moammar Gadhafi to go. The U.S. military has now joined efforts to evacuate refugees from the overcrowded border with Tunisia. But Gadhafi is hanging on, using the same weapons he has for the last four decades: terror and lies for his own people, terror, new reports have kidnappings in Tripoli, people suspected in taking part in demonstrations or talking to the media taken from their homes, disappeared. As for the other weapon, lies. As always, we're "Keeping Them Honest."
KEEPING THEM HONEST: A report by Andrson Cooper
UNREST IN LIBYA, people fearful of speaking out: Anderson talks to Nic Robertson & Marie Colvin (Foreign Affairs Correspondent for The Sunday Times) in Tripoli
U.S. WEIGHING OPTIONS IN LIBYA: Anderson Cooper's discussion with Jill Dougherty, Christopher Hill (Fmr. U.S. Ambassador to Iraq) & Fouad Ajami
FIGHTING TO SAVE THE WOUNDED, Doctor says youngsters kidnapped: Anderson's phone interview with a doctor in Misrata, Libya, who reports 300+injured, 40+ dead
LIBYA INSIDE THE UPRISING, Who is the opposition?: A report by Anderson Cooper on what a future Libyan government could look like
NEW LEADERSHIP IN LIBYA?, Opposition set to name national counsel: Anderson's follow-up discussion with Ben Wedeman (in Ajdabiya, Libya) and Fadel Al-Ameen
360 BULLETIN: Isha Sesay
"See you tomorrow night..."
EXTRAS: Confirmation of the "Twitter Chatter" yesterday ~
From The Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS)'s Photos ~
Caption: Hey, look who dropped by SAIS today at lunch to discuss his experience covering the recent turmoil in the Middle East! Yes, none other than CNN's Anderson Cooper!
And another blog post from today, My 20-Second Conversation with CNN’s Anderson Cooper from a man who met Anderson at the Richmond Forum.
Those of you that remember an AC360 Live Blog discussion a few years back that veered off topic and onto the subject of vegetables; where Anderson joined in and indicated his dislike of many vegetables, especially broccoli; may get a chuckle out of this mention in the man's blog post - He (Anderson) described reporting these hard news stories as “serving broccoli,” implying that Americans might not want to always hear about international news. ... I encouraged him to “keep serving up tasty broccoli” ...