Rock star Adam Levine has a new look, and some say it seems pretty familiar. As one person on Twitter told Levine, "Your hair makes you look like a much more attractive Anderson Cooper." It turns out Anderson and Adam may have more in common than their hair styles.
The Oklahoma City Thunder's Kevin Durant is now the NBA's Most Valuable Player. He also just delivered a speech that is raising the bar for sons across the country this Mother's Day. He accepted the MVP title by thanking his teammates and coaches, but when it came to thanking his mother he really poured his heart out. Anderson spoke to Kevin's mother, Wanda Pratt, who described that moment as "overwhelming."
This week marks one year since Cleveland kidnapping survivors Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight were rescued. They endured years of unspeakable horrors inside 2207 Seymour Avenue, while those who lived nearby had no idea of what was going on.
Neighbor Charles Ramsey says he had "walked past this house every day and every night" and saw no sign of the three women trapped inside. Then one day he spotted Amanda Berry, setting off an amazing rescue.
Michelle Knight, who was held captive for 11 years, spoke to Anderson Cooper about the moment she was saved. She says she initially feared it was a trick orchestrated by her captor. When she realized her hellish ordeal was finally ending, she clung to a police officer and said, "Please don't let me go, please don't put me down."
Part 1 – Michelle Knight recounts her kidnapping
Part 2 – Michelle Knight on her years of torture
AC360 has been reporting on allegations of veterans dying while waiting for care at VA hospitals. Drew Griffin spoke with a doctor who claimed one hospital was even keeping a secret waiting list. For the past six months, AC360's Drew Griffin has repeatedly asked Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki to talk about the allegations. This week two veterans groups, including the American Legion, and two U.S. senators called on Shinseki to resign. Now he's breaking his silence, but he is still not speaking with Drew.
Elgin Baylor is an 11-time NBA All Star and a Basketball Hall of Famer. For more than two decades, he was the General Manager of the L.A. Clippers. He says he was fired unfairly and filed a wrongful-termination suit against the team, naming Donald Sterling directly in his complaint. Anderson spoke with Elgin Baylor and his wife Elaine for the first time since news of the Sterling tape broke.
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