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Anderson Cooper

Anderson Cooper is a prominent gay reporter with the CNN news network. A scion of the Vanderbilt family, Cooper got his start in journalism by having a friend create a counterfeit press pass, so that he could report on issues overseas. In his career, he has served as correspondent and anchor for shows like World News Now, The Mole, Anderson Cooper 360, NewsNight, 60 Minutes, and Anderson Live. Read the latest news about Anderson Cooper, who came out in 2012 via a letter to Andrew Sullivan that was later published with his permission.

In a history-making Pride cover of People magazine, the gay CNN anchor admitted there was a time when he thought fatherhood wasn't possible.

June 10 2020 12:53 PM

The gay CNN host told Ellen DeGeneres that he wished he had come out sooner.

May 15 2020 1:45 PM

Cooper introduced the world to Wyatt Morgan Cooper live on his CNN show.

April 30 2020 11:36 PM

Trump's assertion that disinfectants could kill COVID-19 in the body is "idiotic," and he's lying when he excuses it as sarcasm, Cooper says.

April 24 2020 5:27 PM

Carolyn Goodman wants the city open for business but has no idea how it can be done safely, and she made bizarre and contradictory statements to Cooper.

April 23 2020 2:41 PM

Candidates gave a variety of answers about working across the aisle, but CNN got roasted for bringing up the question instead of more pressing matters.

October 16 2019 1:51 AM

The gay news anchor released a touching tribute to his mother shortly after her passing on Monday morning. 

June 17 2019 1:50 PM
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