Anderson Cooper recently claimed that he's "still friends" with Kathy Griffin following her controversial Trump photo shoot. She disagrees.
On Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen, Anderson Cooper answers whether he regrets rolling his eyes at Kellyanne Conway.
Planning a summer vacay and trying to figure out where to go? Everyone wants a little time away for some R&R, and even celebrities need a respite from the constant glare of the spotlight.
Kathy Griffin has lost two lucrative deals — one hosting CNN's New Year's Eve show — in the wake of her controversial anti-Trump photo shoot.
Kathy Griffin did a very stupid thing. Once the Griffin photo went viral and elicited a strongly negative reaction, Griffin issued an apology that seemed as false as her hair color. On Tuesday morning, they were almost weeping with outrage and sorrow on “Fox and Friends.”
After another week of insane White House scandals and Donald Trump oddities, John Oliver on "Last Week Tonight" was trying to make sense of what he called "stupid Watergate."
Conway and Cooper have had contentious interviews in the past, but this is the first time she has claimed to be the victim of sexism.
Ellen DeGeneres is celebrating the 20 year anniversary of the historic Puppy Episode of her ‘90s sitcom Ellen. In the episode, DeGeneres’s character, Ellen Morgan, comes out as gay, just as DeGeneres recently had in her real life. Friends and colleagues of DeGeneres’s put together a video to congratulate and thank her of what she did and the impact it had on society.
On The Late Show, Anderson Cooper discussed the rude awakening he had on Sunday. Cooper marveled at how Trump added insult to injury by tweeting about Arnold Schwarzenegger and Celebrity Apprentice after throwing out perhaps the biggest accusation ever made about a president. It turns out that Cooper has a bit of a strategy when it comes to the president’s tweets, and it involves basically not listening to them at all.
On CNN’s "Anderson Cooper 360" on Monday night, director Spike Lee was asked about Donald Trump’s recent efforts to reach out to black citizens for their vote in the upcoming election. “I don’t think he’s a good person,” said Lee. “I don’t think he cares about anybody but himself.” When Cooper quoted Trump’s stump-speech line to African-Americans—“What do you have to lose?” in voting for him—Lee laughed drily.
Michael Strahan made his final appearance on 'Live! with Kelly and Michael' on Friday morning, and co-hosts seemed relieved and elated to be parting ways.
On Sunday’s 60 Minutes, Anderson Cooper followed extreme skier J.T. Holmes as he rode one of the most infamous mountains in Swiss Alps, known as the Eiger. His descent down the nearly impossible run was a hat trick of dangerous sports. First, J.T. had to travel from the summit using a combination of skiing and paragliding known as speedriding. JT then would detach the wing and ski down the monstrous mountain toward a cliff. As if that wasn’t enough, J.T. would then base jump from the sheer cliff face, free falling for twenty seconds before pulling his parachute. ...
Anderson Cooper got heated during a discussion on his CNN program AC360 regarding a recent Donald Trump political rally in New Hampshire, where a member of the audience referred to Muslims as a “problem" and insinuated President Obama is Muslim and not American and wanted to know what Trump would do about it. Cooper brought in the former president of Trump Productions Andy Dean to talk about the Donald’s seemingly cheerful reaction to the question. Ultimately Andy Dean made the point that Donald Trump is concerned with radical Islam, but has no problem with the Muslim community at large.
Anderson Cooper Calls Out GOP Candidates for Dodging Confederate Flag Issue On Monday night’s Anderson Cooper 360, Cooper kept the 2016 presidential candidates honest by calling out some of the GOP candidates for not taking a stance on the Confederate Flag issue. He stated, “The question is why did so many candidates who’ve answered questions about so many things dodge the flag question until today claiming it was none of a presidential candidate’s business when nearly everything is considered a presidential candidate’s business.”