Anderson was in Manila for tonight's broadcast. He started 360 by bringing us the latest on the reported death tolls and then talked to Nick Paton Walsh who was still in Tacloban ~
Anderson and his team met up with a few people we met earlier in the week before leaving Tocloban. Here's his report ~
Next Anderson spoke of a spat playing out in the Philippine media and then addressed the strength of the Philippine people. We'll have more on that spat later, but here's his very touching remarks about what he witnessed and the strength of the Philippine people ~
Wolf Blitzer was in DC covering the news from the U.S. CNN's two big stories of the day, President Obama's speech about the Affordable Care Act and Toronto's crack smoking mayor. (Head desk on the Toronto mayor story. Does anyone outside of Toronto and the tabloids really care about this story?)
Next Anderson concentrated on the children; Anna Corrine told the survival story of a pregnant woman and her niece and nephew from Cebu then Anderson spoke with Kent Page from UNICEF about their efforts to help ~
In the last segment of AC360, Anderson spoke to other CNN correspondents in the field ~
And closed by thanking viewers and talking about the strength of the people of the Philippines ~
This photo pretty much says it all....
From social media today. The first two were taken when Anderson was still in Tocloban; the third his producer tweeted out just before air time.