Friday, December 09, 2011

Anderson Cooper 360, Friday, December 9, 2011

FEARS OF "MASSACRE" IN SYRIA, New video surfaces of children killed in Syria: Anderson speaks with Zaidoun (Syrian activist, by phone) and Ramita Nava (Reporter for PBS "Frontline," via Skype)

KEEPING THEM HONEST, U.S. SPY GAMES: Report by Anderson Cooper
MYSTERY SURROUNDS DOWNED DRONE IN IRAN, Glimpse of the shadow war between Iran and U.S.?: Anderson's follow up discussion with Bob Baer and Fareed Zakaria

FAMILY MAKES PLEA FOR RELEASE OF MISSING AMERICAN, Retired FBI agent disappeared in Iran nearly 5 years ago: Anderson

DRIVING WHILE DISTRACTED, Study shows nearly half of young drivers text behind the wheel: Tom Foreman and Anderson

BATTLE IN A TEXAS BORDER TOWN, New police chief says corruption aids drug cartels: Report by Martin Savidge

360 BULLETIN: Isha Sesay

RIDICULIST: Planking Conviction

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On_Love_Street_With_Jim_Morrison said...

I didn't really like 360 tointe. I think Tom Foreman's piece about texting and driving has been on 360 before.

Anonymous said...

I'm confused... First he starts with Syria, his favorite filler. The choice to discuss the situation there has been somewhat random in 360, IMO they turn to it whenever they don't have something else (just to clarify, I think it's important that the world knows what's going on there but more often than not there's news coming from Sirya that is disregarded completely by 360). Than, the Tom Foreman report - do they think we're stupid, or that nobody is ever watching ? it was a nice piece, but we got it the first time. Oh, can't forget Iran, 3 days late... Sarah

judy said...

Sarah, you had it right the first time.
They think we're stupid.
That's why I rarely watch anymore.
Anderson just isn't into it, and neither am I.

Anonymous said...

amazing report as usual, thanks Anderson
keep them honest!