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March 25th, 2009
12:23 PM ET

Check out the press coverage of Anderson's reporting from the border

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Check out the press coverage of 360's special reporting from the Mexican border tonight and Thursday on AC360 at 10 p.m. ET.

The Huffington Post
Anderson Cooper To Report Live From US-Mexico Border
For the first time in years, Mexico is making headlines in the United States for something other than immigration.CNN's Anderson Cooper will report live from the US-Mexico border this Wednesday and Thursday for a special report called "The War Next Door," airing at 10pm EST on CNN.

El Paso Times
"CNN correspondents to report from border"
CNN's Anderson Cooper will report live from the border Wednesday and Thursday for "The War Next Door," which will air at 8 p.m. MDT on cable Channel 31-CNN (digital cable Channel 350), the network announced.

New York (NY) Daily News
"Inner Tube"
Anderson Cooper just spent a week going around the country to talk about the economy and now he'll anchor his nightly CNN series from the border between the U.S. and Mexico.

Houston Chronicle
"CNN Tackles Topic Of Mexican Drug Cartels"

For the benefit and/or edification of those who don't awaken each day to reports of unrest on their state's border generated by Mexican drug cartels, CNN host Anderson Cooper will summarize recent developments in The War Next Door at 9 tonight and Thursday.


Filed under: Anderson Cooper • Mexico
soundoff (One Response)
  1. Mayra Fuentes

    Why doesn't the United States Federal Government sell the drugs it confiscates. Current illegal drugs would become legal and only sold at Federal Drug Stores. Those caught selling and buying illegal drugs outside of the Federal progam would face harsh penalties.
    The US Federal government would reap all of the profit and create jobs that the cartels do now. We don't have to grow it or process it we just wait for them to deliver it into the hands of the customs agent. The US Federal Government becomes the DRUG KING PIN. No more killings because we take the criminal element out. If it is legal in the US and we are the #1 buyer why not control it and profit from it. If we are concidered the BULLY of the world why not act like one and make money.

    March 27, 2009 at 1:56 am |