Screenshot/CNNAnderson Cooper began his CNN show, Anderson Cooper 360, on Monday with a tribute to the 49 people killed in a shooting rampage at a gay nightclub in Orlando.
Over the course of the seven-minute tribute, Cooper listed off the names of 48 of the 49 victims with short biographies, often getting visibly choked up and emotional.
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CNN anchor Anderson Cooper appeared puzzled by President-elect Donald Trump's latest series of tweets railing against the network and questioned whether he should be focusing on presidential matters.
GOGJALI, Mosul — ISIL has launched an “unprecedented” wave of suicide bombers, some of whom are children, against advancing Iraqi forces as the jihadist group clings to its city stronghold of Mosul.
More than 100 suicide bombers have hurled themselves at Iraqi troops since the Mosul offensive began on Oct. 17, a rate of self-annihilation extreme even by the standards of Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant.
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford told Conrad Black in a Monday night broadcast that the ongoing scandal is “ripping our family apart” and that he was the target of a political vendetta by Toronto Police chief Bill Blair.
“The chief, I have an issue with, I think it’s political,” Mr. Ford told Mr. Black. “He wasn’t happy when I told people to find efficiencies.”
“I want to save money and I guess he disagrees with that.”
The mayor also asserted that his children were regularly reduced to tears by the hordes of reporters outside his house.