Thursday, August 29, 2013

Anderson Cooper 360 Thursday, 08/29/2013


OFFICIAL, U.S. MAY TAKE UNILATERAL ACTION AGAINST SYRIA:  Anderson Cooper and Dana Bash reporting
Follow up panel: Fran Townsend, John King, Foud Ajami and Christopher Dickey
(Double Segment - )

U.S. OFFICIALS, SYRIAN REGIME DISCUSSED CHEMICAL ATTACK AFTERWARDS:  Anderson's discussion with James 'Spider' Marks and Christopher Harmer (Senior Naval Analyst, Institute for the Study of War) on U.S. and Assad's military capabilities

NEARLY 9 MILLION AMERICANS USING PRESCRIPTION SLEEPING PILLS:  Anderson Cooper and Dr. Sanjay Gupta discuss

BAFFLING UNKNOWNS IN HANNAH ANDERSON KIDNAPPING:  Anderson Cooper and Drew Griffin report



Just because AC360 didn't mention today's Katrina anniversary, doesn't mean we forgot ~


Today marks the eight year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. Anderson did an end of year program on AC360 in 2005 that included a segment on the most memorable moments of his Katrina coverage.

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One of the people Anderson introduced us to along the way was Dr. Gregory Henderson ~


Revisiting The Tragedy (with Dr. Henderson) in a special that aired Tuesday, February 28, 2006 ~

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For the 5th Anniversary of Hurricane Katrina Anderson Cooper was back in New Orleans and  AC360 aired the following segment on August 26, 2010, in which Dr. Gregory Henderson reflected on Katrina  ~



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Over the weekend we will be taking a look back at some of Anderson's most memorable Reporter's Notebooks from his Katrina coverage over the years.  We hope you'll enjoy the look back with us ~  The ATA Team


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2 comments:

aries moon said...

Syria is a complicated situation for President Obama and for the panel to assume whatever decision he makes is about preserving his credibility is foolish. Of course Fouad Adjami doesn't like when Iraq is brought up considering how wrong that went--this is what the president has to think about and while they pontificate about him being "weak", impportant decisions are being made which they aren't privy to. I trust the president who got Osama bin Laden more than I do Fran Townsend and Adjami. I know AC loves bringing in people like Adjami, McCain and others who always have a problem with President Obama but it us frustrating to watch. I wish they would include someone who knows something about why the President is making the moves he is, someone close to the Obama Administration for THAT side of the story instead of just those people like Adjami and Townsend (who has no room to talk) who can only see things from their negative lens. At least there was a bit of push-back on Ajami from Dickey. AC and Ajami seem to be friends and so he gives him the last word naturally.

Strange there was no mention of Katrina. Are they waiting for the 10 year anniversary to do something big on it?

aries moon said...

Syria is a complicated situation for President Obama and for the panel to assume whatever decision he makes is about preserving his credibility is foolish. Of course Fouad Adjami doesn't like when Iraq is brought up considering how wrong that went--this is what the president has to think about and while they pontificate about him being "weak", impportant decisions are being made which they aren't privy to. I trust the president who got Osama bin Laden more than I do Fran Townsend and Adjami. I know AC loves bringing in people like Adjami, McCain and others who always have a problem with President Obama but it us frustrating to watch. I wish they would include someone who knows something about why the President is making the moves he is, someone close to the Obama Administration for THAT side of the story instead of just those people like Adjami and Townsend (who has no room to talk) who can only see things from their negative lens. At least there was a bit of push-back on Ajami from Dickey. AC and Ajami seem to be friends and so he gives him the last word naturally.

Strange there was no mention of Katrina. Are they waiting for the 10 year anniversary to do something big on it?