Thursday, January 12, 2012

Anderson Cooper 360, Thursday, January 12, 2012

KEEPING THEM HONEST, Bain of his Existence: A report by Anderson Cooper
TEAM ROMNEY ON OFFENSE, Fresh pushback after days of Bain questions: Anderson's follow up with James Carville and Bay Buchanan

IRANIAN NUCLEAR SCIENTISTS TARGETED, At least 3 killed in less than 2 years: Anderson with Fran Townsend and Robert Baer

POSSIBLE MANHUNT FOR PARDONED MURDERERS, Miss. authorities unsure of whereabouts of 4 men: Anderson with Martin Savidge

HAITI EARTHQUAKE ANNIVERSARY, Two years ago today: Report by Anderson Cooper


HAITI TWO YEARS AFTER THE QUAKE: Report by Anderson Cooper


HAITI TWO YEARS AFTER THE QUAKE, Sean Penn on hopes and challenges: Anderson's interview with Sean Penn


360 FOLLOW: Monley



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Anonymous said...

This was the best 360 I've seen in quite some time. A good mix of topics. I loved the Haiti segments - a nice mix of looking back and updates of how things are today.

Anderson seemed engaged tonight, and that seemed to make all the difference. Here's hoping his heart is still in the news business and he continues to engage more on 360.

I loved the "World View" topic title. I'm hoping it continues to be a regular segment on 360. There's certainly enough happening across the globe to fill a nightly segment.

The faith of the people of Haiti is amazing and I was so happy for the Monley follow. Wonder how Bea is doing.... maybe next trip?


aries moon said...

The Haiti report was excellent--I especially enjoyed AC's interview with Haiti's new President--and of course it was good to see that some progress has been made in getting the country back up on its feet, but there's still a ways to go. Hopefully AC will have a chance this year to get back to Haiti for another update.

ACAnderFan said...

The only part of 360 I liked was the discussion about the scientist blown up in Iran. The rest wasn't so good.

Anonymous said...

This was the best 360 in a long time. As I said last night I was looking forward to it and it did not disappoint.

Was nice to see the follow up on Monley.

I can't believe they cannot find those prisoners that were set free by pardons. I think you can say that is the end to Haley Barbour political career.

I wish 360 would continue with programs light last night, but sad to say it probably won't happen so guess I will just enjoy the good ones when I can.

Thank you

Anonymous said...

Yesterday's headline in USA Today said that little progress has been made since the quake.
It was in the print edition on the first page.
Much of the funding to charitable organizations never reached their destination.

Anonymous said...

Haley Barbour has the typical southern mentality....the Civil War never ended and if he had his way all Afro-Americans would never be released from bondage and women are inferior to men and never should have been allowed to vote.