Anderson Cooper 360

Synopsis

Anderson Cooper brings you highlights from CNN's premier nightly news program AC360.

Episodes

  • At least 43 states expected to partially reopen despite death toll continuing to rise

    At least 43 states expected to partially reopen despite death toll continuing to rise

    07/05/2020 Duration: 43min

    Many states are beginning to lift their stay-at-home orders and reopen restaurants, stores and other public spaces. Caitlin Rivers, a senior associate at the John Hopkins Center for Health Security, testified on Capitol Hill about the pandemic response. She joins AC360 to explain why she told members of Congress that none of those states have met the White House's guidelines to reopen and why increased testing is crucial. Plus, a pregnant New York City nurse contracted coronavirus and gave birth to her baby after a COVID-19 related heart attack and had other complications. Shirley Licin speaks to Anderson Cooper about her sister's condition and how people can help. Airdate: May 6, 2020 via Knit

  • U.S. death toll tops 70,000 as White House considers winding down coronavirus task force

    U.S. death toll tops 70,000 as White House considers winding down coronavirus task force

    06/05/2020 Duration: 43min

    The White House is considering winding down the coronavirus task force starting around Memorial Day as an influential model predicts more than 134,000 U.S. deaths by August 4. Laurie Garrett, author of "The Coming Plague," joins AC360 to explain why her best case scenario is a 36-month event horizon for the virus. Plus, John Miller, NYPD Deputy Commissioner for Intelligence and Counterterrorism, tells Anderson Cooper about his battle with COVID-19 and how the department is coping with losing at least 38 members to the deadly disease. Airdate: May 5, 2020 via Knit

  • Key model predicts 134,000 coronavirus deaths in the United States

    Key model predicts 134,000 coronavirus deaths in the United States

    05/05/2020 Duration: 43min

    A key model that is often cited by the White House now predicts more than 134,000 coronavirus deaths in the U.S. by early August. Dr. Chris Murray is the director of the group at the University of Washington that's working on these models. He joins Anderson Cooper to discuss why the projection nearly doubled and how relaxed social distancing and increased mobility could affect the death toll. Plus, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine tells AC360 he's trying to balance the need to re-open and get people back to work with the need to keep people safe. Airdate: May 4, 2020 Guests: Dr. Chris Murray Gov. Mike DeWine via Knit

  • FDA approves emergency use of remdesivir to treat coronavirus

    FDA approves emergency use of remdesivir to treat coronavirus

    02/05/2020 Duration: 44min

    The experimental drug remdesivir has been approved by the FDA to help treat hospitalized patients with severe cases of COVID-19. Dr. Llyod Minor, dean of Stanford University's School of Medicine, tells Anderson Cooper about the effects the drug can have on a patient who has the deadly virus. Plus, Naomi Hartwig lost her mother and father to the coronavirus. They died just one week apart. She joins AC360 to share their love story. Airdate: May 1, 2020 via Knit

  • WHO launches new program to accelerate COVID-19 vaccines

    WHO launches new program to accelerate COVID-19 vaccines

    25/04/2020 Duration: 47min

    The World Health Organization is launching a new program to accelerate the development of COVID-19 vaccines and therapeutics. Michael Osterholm and Dr. Sanjay Gupta join Anderson Cooper to discuss the logistics of getting a working vaccine and when or if people should expect one. Plus, Captain Brett Crozier was fired after warning of a coronavirus outbreak that was spreading throughout the aircraft carrier Theodore Roosevelt. Now the Navy is recommending that Captain Crozier be reinstated as the ship's commander. Captain Crozier's friend Brett Odom tells AC360 Captain Crozier is humbled and excited to potentially lead his sailors again. Airdate: April 24, 2020 via Knit

  • Las Vegas mayor wants to re-open casinos, theater and restaurants but doesnt give any safety guidelines

    Las Vegas mayor wants to re-open casinos, theater and restaurants but doesn't give any safety guidelines

    23/04/2020 Duration: 48min

    Carolyn Goodman, the mayor of Las Vegas,wants casinos, theaters and restaurants in her city to re-open but says it's not her job to provide any social distancing guidelines. She says the owners "better figure it out. That's their job." Democratic Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak joins AC360 to respond to the mayor's comments and says Nevada is "clearly not ready to re-open." Plus, former HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius tells Anderson Cooper she's alarmed the American public is getting "political spin before and after scientists talk." Airdate: April 22, 2020 via Knit

  • Georgia Governor Brian Kemp faces resistance from mayors and business owners over move to re-open state

    Georgia Governor Brian Kemp faces resistance from mayors and business owners over move to re-open state

    22/04/2020 Duration: 44min

    Georgia Republican Governor is pushing to reopen a range of businesses in the state, including hair and nail salons, gyms, and restaurants despite White House guidelines that suggest waiting for a 14-day downward trajectory of COVID-19 cases. Jamie Booth, an Atlanta hair salon owner, joins AC360 to explain why she will remain closed until at least mid-May to keep both herself and her clients safe. Plus, after President Trump tweeted "Liberate Michigan," the state's Democratic Governor, Gretchen Whitmer, responded in an op-ed saying "we need to get this right" when it comes to re-opening any state. She tells Anderson Cooper she's trying to save lives. Airdate: April 21, 2020 via Knit

  • Congressional leaders and the White House negotiate another coronavirus relief funding package

    Congressional leaders and the White House negotiate another coronavirus relief funding package

    21/04/2020 Duration: 45min

    Key congressional leaders and the Trump administration are trying to strike a deal on a nearly $500 billion package that would replenish funding for small businesses and provide additional money for hospitals and coronavirus testing. Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi joins AC360 to give an update on negotiations and responds to Trump's comments calling her "nasty." One of the sticking points to negotiations is how to run an effective national testing strategy. Harvard professor Danielle Allen explains why she's advocating for a massive increase in testing-5 million a day by early June and then 20 million a day by late July-to fully remobilize the economy. Airdate: April 20, 2020 via Knit

  • Gov. Inslee: Trump is encouraging illegal and dangerous acts

    Gov. Inslee: Trump is encouraging "illegal and dangerous acts"

    18/04/2020 Duration: 39min

    President Trump is calling for some states such as Minnesota, Michigan and Virginia to "liberate" just a day after saying governors will "call your own shots" when deciding to re-open their state. Democratic Governor Jay Inslee from Washington says these comments encourage "illegal and dangerous acts." He joins Anderson Cooper to discuss that and how a lack of test kits is still a major issue in his state. Plus, Dr. Chris Murray gives an update on his group's latest modeling that predicts some states like Vermont, West Virginia, Montana and Hawaii could open by May 4 but other states may have to wait until late June or early July. Airdate: April 17, 2020 Guests: Gov. Jay Inslee Dr. Chris Murray via Knit

  • Los Angeles Mayor: Large gatherings unlikely until 2021

    Los Angeles Mayor: Large gatherings unlikely until 2021

    16/04/2020 Duration: 43min

    Mayors in both New York and Los Angeles suggest concerts and sporting events are unlikely to happen until 2021. California Democratic Senator Kamala Harris joins AC360 to react to that and to discuss legislation she plans to introduce to establish a 9/11-type commission to investigate the U.S. response to the coronavirus. Plus, Dr. Craig Spencer reacts to the decision by President Trump to temporarily halt funding to the World Health Organization over the handling of the pandemic and calls it a "dangerous distraction." Airdate: April 15, 2020 via Knit

  • Trump retreats and acknowledges governors will have the authority to open their states when theyre ready

    Trump retreats and acknowledges governors will have the authority to open their states when they're ready

    15/04/2020 Duration: 44min

    President Trump backs away from his "total authority" comment and now says he'll work with all 50 governors to get the country running again. Governor Kate Brown, a Democrat from Oregon, joins AC360 to react to Trump's reversal and shares why she agreed to work with the governors of California and Washington to decide when they should re-open their states. Plus, Democratic Senator Chris Murphy joins Anderson Cooper to discuss why he thinks the Trump administration didn't take coronavirus seriously enough back in February. Airdate: April 14, 2020 via Knit

  • Pres. Trump claims authority of the President is total when deciding to re-open the economy

    Pres. Trump claims "authority of the President is total" when deciding to re-open the economy

    14/04/2020 Duration: 43min

    While governors on the East and West coasts of the country have formed pacts by region to decide when to end their stay-at-home orders, President Trump claims he holds the power to re-open the economy. Governor Mike DeWine, a Republican from Ohio, joins Anderson Cooper to react to the President's comments. Plus, Dr. Chris Murray tells AC360 about his group's latest modeling and why their latest projection suggests there will be zero deaths after June 21st. Airdate: April 13, 2020 via Knit

  • More than 500,000 coronavirus cases in the U.S. as deaths top 18,000

    More than 500,000 coronavirus cases in the U.S. as deaths top 18,000

    11/04/2020 Duration: 44min

    There are more than 500,000 coronavirus cases in the U.S. with California accounting for more than 21,000 of those cases. That's compared to nearly 175,000 cases in New York. California Governor Gavin Newsom tells Anderson Cooper the reason the numbers in California are relatively lower than New York's is because the 40 million people in his state have practiced social distancing and stayed at home but now is not the time to back down. Plus, Dr. Chris Murray joins AC360 to discuss his group's latest modeling and says if social distancing ends in May the number of cases and deaths would spike again. Airdate: April 10, 2020 via Knit

  • We Remember: Legendary singer-songwriter John Prine

    We Remember: Legendary singer-songwriter John Prine

    10/04/2020 Duration: 44min

    John Prine, the raspy-voiced, country-folk singer-songwriter whose career spanned five decades, died from complications related to coronavirus. Bonnie Raitt, who performed with Prine just last November at Austin City Limits, tells Anderson Cooper about her favorite memories of Prine and what she loved most about her friend. Plus, Dr. Cory Deburghgraeve, an anesthesiologist in Chicago, tells AC360 about what he's seeing when he has to intubate COVID-19 patients and why he describes his job as "basically being next to the nuclear reactor." Airdate: April 8, 2020 via Knit

  • We Remember: Legendary singer-songwriter John Prine

    We Remember: Legendary singer-songwriter John Prine

    09/04/2020 Duration: 44min

    John Prine, the raspy-voiced, country-folk singer-songwriter whose career spanned five decades, died from complications related to coronavirus. Bonnie Raitt, who performed with Prine just last November at Austin City Limits, tells Anderson Cooper about her favorite memories of Prine and what she loved most about her friend. Plus, Dr. Cory Deburghgraeve, an anesthesiologist in Chicago, tells AC360 about what he's seeing when he has to intubate COVID-19 patients and why he describes his job as "basically being next to the nuclear reactor." Airdate: April 8, 2020 via Knit

  • Coronavirus death toll in U.S. passes 12,700

    Coronavirus death toll in U.S. passes 12,700

    08/04/2020 Duration: 43min

    As the death toll surpasses 12,700 across the country, more than 800 lives lost were lost in New York City. Simone Hannah-Clark, an ICU nurse at Mount Sinai hospital in New York City, joins AC360 to discuss what she's been seeing on the front lines. Plus, former Health and Human Services Secretary Donna Shalala, who now serves in Congress, discusses the new report by the HHS Inspector General that painted a picture of widespread problems in hospitals around the country dealing with coronavirus. Airdate: April 7, 2020 via Knit

  • U.S. coronavirus death toll tops 10,000

    U.S. coronavirus death toll tops 10,000

    07/04/2020 Duration: 45min

    New York Governor Andrew Cuomo say it's a "good sign" new hospitalizations are down in the state. Dr. Steve Corwin, President and CEO of New York-Presbyterian joins Anderson Cooper to discuss what he's seeing in his hospitals across one of the most hard hit areas. He also gives an update on supplies, including N95 masks and ventilators. Plus, Senator Chuck Schumer responds to President Trump's comments calling him a "lightweight" and a "disgrace." Airdate: April 6, 2020 via Knit

  • CDC recommends Americans wear face masks voluntarily in public

    CDC recommends Americans wear face masks voluntarily in public

    04/04/2020 Duration: 47min

    Despite the CDC recommending Americans voluntarily wear "cloth face coverings" in public, President Trump says he will not. Dr. Sanjay Gupta joins AC360 to discuss whether or not wearing a face mask or cloth covering could help stop the spread of the virus. Plus, Peter Navarro, the National Defense Production Act Policy Coordinator, tells Anderson Cooper the fight against the coronavirus is "a war" and if people social distance and flatten the curve, there will be enough supplies. via Knit

  • Over 87% of Americans under stay at home orders

    Over 87% of Americans under stay at home orders

    02/04/2020 Duration: 48min

    Florida, Georgia and Mississippi are the latest states to issue stay at home orders. Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer issued a stay at home order back on March 24th. She joins Anderson Cooper to explain why she thinks the country should have a "national strategy instead of a patchwork of policies." Plus, Dr. Sanjay Gupta and Dr. Leana Wen discuss the science behind these stay at home orders and how they can help save lives. Airdate: April 1, 2020 via Knit

  • White House predicts more than 100,000 coronavirus deaths

    White House predicts more than 100,000 coronavirus deaths

    01/04/2020 Duration: 43min

    According to the latest projections presented by the White House task force, 100,000 to 240,000 people in this country will die from coronavirus, even with social distancing. New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy and Maryland Governor Larry Hogan join Anderson Cooper to discuss issues their states are facing, including lack of testing and the need for more ventilators, masks and other personal protection equipment. Plus, NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea tells AC360about 15% of the department has called out sick, while about 1,200 uniform and civilian workers have tested positive for coronavirus. He shares how they're dealing with the shortage of officers. Airdate: March 31, 2020 via Knit

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