The captain of the Costa Concordia is on trial right now in Italy. If convicted he faces a possible 20 prison sentence. He is blamed for crashing the cruise ship into rocks off Gliglio Island and killing 32 people. Two years later, survivors Andrea and Laurence Davis talk to Anderson about the impact the disaster is having on their lives today.
A new chapter is just beginning in the Costa Concordia disaster. 32 people died when the ship capsized last last year. The remains of two of those victims have just been found in the wreckage. Now divers will begin the job of recovering them. Journalist Barbie Nadeau has the latest.
From Italy, stunning new details on the Costa Concordia disaster about what the captain and crew were doing after the ship hit rocks. Anderson spoke with a survivor who almost didn’t escape.
The cruise line knew it was not the first time the Costa Concordia took a risky route. Anderson Cooper reports.
Anderson Cooper talks to Butch Hendrick about rescue and salvage efforts surrounding the Concordia cruise ship off the coast of Italy.
The captain of the Costa Concordia says he didn't abandon passengers. A tape recording paints a different picture.
Anderson Cooper talks to cruise ship survivor Alex Beach about the captain's actions after the cruise ship ran aground off the coast of Italy.
Anderson Cooper talks to an expert about the conditions for rescue divers searching the Costa Concordia ship.
CNN's Tom Foreman looks at the steps taken to determine if a sunken ship can be used again or broken down for scraps.
Anderson Cooper talks with a maritime rescue expert about the challenges in finding survivors from the Costa Concordia ship accident in Italy.
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