*Same company did background checks on Navy Yard Shooter & Snowden
*John McCain's war of words with Putin (because AC360 wouldn't be complete without giving Sen. McCain a platform once a week)
*Republicans try to shutdown government (Republican leaning panel)
*Bodies in lake may crack two cold cases
*Teenagers trash former NFL player's home
*New details on the abducted teenage girl found alive
*360 Bulletin - Susan Hendricks
*THE RIDICULIST - Vodka-Swilling Baby Eater
10:00PM AC360 LATER:
Topics: Pope Francis' recent remarks, possible government shut down, Syrian solution, Miley Cyrus (shameless Piers Morgan promotion) and lesser topics of the day in the last five minutes
Panel: Andrew Sullivan, Anne-Marie Slaughter, Cornell Belcher and Sebastian Junger
From TVNEWSER ~
At next week’s Advertising Week throughout New York City, CNN’s Anderson Cooper will interview his boss Jeff Zucker at a panel presented by, no surprise, Time Warner. They will discuss how social media has impacted the news cycle.
Anderson Cooper to highlight PSU event
(Portland, Ore.) September 13, 2013 — CNN news anchor Anderson Cooper will be the distinguished guest speaker at Portland State University’s 14th annual Simon Benson Awards Dinner on October 22. More than 1,700 people are expected to attend the gala honoring alumni and philanthropists.
Cooper anchors the CNN news show, Anderson Cooper 360°, and reports for CBS’s 60 Minutes. He has covered major events around the world—from the school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut, to political uprisings in the Middle East to the aftermaths of earthquakes in Haiti and Japan. Before joining CNN, Cooper was an ABC News correspondent, anchoring ABC’s World News Now, reporting for World News Tonight and 20/20 and hosting the network’s reality program, The Mole.
Tom Brokaw of NBC News originally was scheduled to speak at the dinner but had to cancel due to a serious back injury.
“I've developed a painful, complicated back condition,” Brokaw said in a prepared statement. “Unfortunately, for the short term, my travel is restricted by order of the doctors. I wish the event great success and hope to return to Portland in the future.”
Cooper is expected to provide a fascinating perspective on national and international events and will add an intriguing new element to the evening—moderated questions and answers.
“We were sorry to hear about Mr. Brokaw's injury, but we're all very excited to have Anderson Cooper coming to our university," said Wim Wiewel, president of PSU. "Here is a guy that has been around the world, lived through some of the most significant events of our time, and is still doing it. It's a fantastic opportunity for our community.”
For tickets, contact Danielle Cox, 503-725-2652, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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