January 18th, 2010
04:25 PM ET

Live from Haiti

Editor's Note: CNN reporters are on the ground in Haiti updating you with the latest developments on the aftermath of the earthquake. Here is a rundown of what we have planned.

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The Situation Room 5 p.m. – 8 p.m. (ET): Former President Bill Clinton, who serves as the UN Special Envoy on Haiti, travels to Haiti today. More on the situation on the ground.

Larry King Live 8 p.m. – 10 p.m. (ET): HAITI: HOW YOU CAN HELP." As he did in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, CNN’s Larry King reaches around the world, this time to help the people of Haiti. Tonight at 8 p.m. ET, he hosts a special two-hour Larry King Live, bringing together celebrities and opinion leaders to inspire members of the global community to take immediate action in helping the people of Haiti in the aftermath of this week’s devastating earthquake.

AC360° 10 p.m. – 11 p.m. (ET): Looting and rioting have erupted in Port-au-Prince, and Anderson was in the middle of the hostility today. He'll show us the video he shot, and describe that state of law enforcement in Haiti. Anderson will also give the latest information on relief efforts, and plans to aid orphans in Haiti.

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soundoff (5 Responses)
  1. Jeannie Hartley

    Remarkable all you are doing, Rescuing. And reporting simultaneously ,Sanjay performing the neuro surgery on that child and both of you at risk. You both are Heroes in the most authentic display of dedication,compassion and courage. Thank you for bringing the truth of this story historic in every sense. Be safe please.

    January 18, 2010 at 5:50 pm |
  2. Rob

    I am so discusted at the way the US is handeling everything in Haitis. I just saw a US carrier full of helicopters. They keep complaning about the people not getting there supplies. People looting and going crazzy trying to get food and nessesitys to survive. What did they expecet was going to happen. I see the reportes helping out more the the US army. To the reporters please keep doing what your doing. Who is in charge here. Anyone with a brain could figure this out. Bring in the supplys and start given out water and food.Really why would I donate money if its not going to get to the people when they need it? Come on israel is in there and all setup, helping people already. I JUST CAN"T BELEAVE THIS. I bet if you get Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie in there with the reporters things would get done.

    January 18, 2010 at 5:29 pm |

    I just want to tell you how wonderful I think your coverage of the Haitian disaster has been. I can't imagine how horrible it is to see the devastation and need of the humans there. It is horrifying. I just want to commend Anderson Cooper and Sanjay Goupa for their feeling reporting. I think they need to be given the Medal of Honor for the work they are doing. They are true heroes.

    January 18, 2010 at 5:24 pm |
  4. Clare

    Where is the US 82nd Airborne Division? What help are they being, what have they acomplished so far in Haiti?. Been glued to CNN since last Thursday. Where are the American field hospitals?. Come on America, the Haitian people need you NOW – not "soon".
    Please keep reporting on hospital desperation, put pressure on top officials to move it NOW.

    Anderson you are, as usual, doing a terrific job reporting real facts in Haiti. Keep up the excellent work!! and thank you.

    January 18, 2010 at 5:23 pm |
  5. Deran Terry

    Thanks, so much for the hard work you and your employee have done to get the story out there for us.It was heart felt when you put the cama down and pick the young man up and carried him in your arms.

    January 18, 2010 at 5:13 pm |