January 3rd, 2015
12:47 PM ET

AC360 has a brand new blog!

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You may have noticed some big changes around CNN.com. That means Anderson Cooper 360 has a slick new on-line look.

Click here to check out our new blog, it's your hub for all things AC360. You can watch and share the latest stories from the show. You can go behind the scenes with Anderson and the team. We will also bring you extended versions of some of Anderson's biggest interviews.

We think our new blog will make it easier for you to find our best stories and interviews. If you have this page bookmarked, please click here to update and upgrade.

Check it out and let us know what you think. You can always find us on Twitter, @AC360.


Filed under: 360° Radar
December 30th, 2014
11:01 PM ET

Remembering the victims of AirAsia Flight 8501

Today, the world shifted for the loved ones of the 162 people on board AirAsia 8501. We are starting to learn more about the men, women and children who boarded the plane on Sunday. Rosa Flores has some of their stories.

Filed under: Air Asia 8501 • Rosa Flores
December 30th, 2014
06:09 PM ET

Join the New Year's Eve party with Anderson and Kathy

AC360 is looking back at some of the funniest, craziest and most awkward moments that Anderson and Kathy shared celebrating New Year's Eve in Times Square.

This year, you can be part of the action. Show us how you are celebrating by sharing your photos and video on Instagram and Twitter using #CNNNYE. We also want to feature your New Year's Greetings and resolutions that can leave on our Facebook page or tweet with #CNNNYE.

You may see your message on-air during CNN's New Year's Eve celebration with Anderson and Kathy or featured on CNN.com/NYE.

Filed under: Anderson Cooper • Kathy Griffin • times square
December 29th, 2014
11:48 PM ET

Air Asia’s CEO living every airline executive’s nightmare

Tony Fernandes is something of a celebrity CEO. He is a former host of “The Apprentice Asia.” In 2001, he and his partners bought Air Asia for just 25 cents and turned it around. Now he is facing a much tougher challenge. Poppy Harlow looks at how Fernandes' handling of this disaster is different from the actions of Malaysia Air’s CEO following the disappearance of Flight 370.
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Filed under: Air Asia 8501 • Poppy Harlow
December 29th, 2014
11:35 PM ET

The search for Air Asia Flight 5801: Families wait for word

There were 162 men, women and children on board Air Asia Flight 8501. Many of their loved ones gather at the airport in Surabaya, Indonesia hoping for news. Andrew Stevens is there with the latest on their agonizing wait.
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Filed under: Air Asia 8501 • Andrew Stevens
December 29th, 2014
11:25 PM ET

The search for Air Asia Flight 8501: the tragic timeline

The U.S. is joining the search for Air Asia Flight 8501, sending in the USS Sampson. It is almost certain that this is a recovery mission, not a rescue mission. Anderson Cooper looks at the plane’s final moments and the search for answers.

Anderson breaks down the factors that make the search for the missing plane so challenging with CNN analysts David Gallo and Miles O’Brien, along with CNN aviation correspondent Richard Quest.

Filed under: Air Asia 8501 • David Gallo • Miles O'Brien • Richard Quest
December 23rd, 2014
09:54 PM ET

Eric Garner's daughter pays tribute to slain NYPD officers: "It was important to me"

On Monday night, Eric Garner's daughter, Emerald paid her respects at a Brooklyn memorial for two slain New York police officers killed over the weekend.

In an interview with CNN's Wolf Blitzer, Emerald explains why it was important for her to pay tribute to the fallen officers and what she thought about new protests gathering in NYC despite Mayor Bill de Blasio's plea for a pause in demonstrations until after the officers are buried.

Filed under: NYPD Shootings
December 22nd, 2014
11:58 PM ET

NYPD officer shootings: What do we know

U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder called the slayings of two NYPD officers an “assassination.” Both President Obama and New York City May Bill de Blasio condemned the killings in no uncertain terms. But all three officials came under fire this weekend from critics who accuse them, in one way or another, of creating a climate that placed police officers in jeopardy and ultimately, cost two their lives. But aside for the rhetoric and war words between both sides of the debate, how did we get here? CNN's Martin Savidge reports.

Filed under: NYPD Shootings
December 22nd, 2014
10:57 PM ET

NYC Mayor Bill De Blasio facing tensions further strained by NYPD shootings

The point-blank shooting of two New York City police officers this weekend is testing whether Mayor Bill de Blasio's brand of unapologetic liberalism can work in a city that's spent decades under mayors who made law and order a top priority.
De Blasio's pledge to reform police practices helped sweep him into office last year. And in recent weeks he's pushed for the right of demonstrators to gather to protest the killings of Michael Brown and Eric Garner, two unarmed African-American men, at the hands of white police officers. But critics - including those in the police force - are accusing him of fomenting an anti-police fervor that contributed to the killings of officers Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos. CNN's Miguel Marquez has more.


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Filed under: NYPD Shootings
December 22nd, 2014
10:22 PM ET

Slain NYPD officers remembered as loving family members

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is calling for unity and quiet reflection. "It's time for everyone to put aside political debates, put aside protests, put aside all of the things that we will talk about in due time," he said. "Let's accompany these families on their difficult journey. Let's see them through the funerals ... then the debate can begin again." CNN's Randi Kaye looks back at the lives of the NYPD officers ambushed in Brooklyn, each who dreamed of making a difference.

Filed under: NYPD Shootings
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