Robin Williams spent decades battling addiction to cocaine and alcohol. Williams would sometimes turn his inner battles into the punchlines of his jokes. As brash and funny as his admissions sometimes seemed, they clearly did not tell the full story of his struggles. Wolf Blitzer takes a closer look.
There are plenty of Americans who are struggling with similar issues. Wolf discussed treatment options with Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta.
Robin Williams was a fixture on late night talk shows. Johnny, Jay and Dave loved having him on as a guest. AC360 takes a look back at the moments that are keeping us laughing.
Robin Williams always stole the show when he performed at the Comic Relief benefits. Bob Zmuda produced the series of charity specials. He explained to Wolf Blitzer why it was so important to Williams that the money benefitted the homeless.
AC360 broadcasts live from Ukraine tonight. Anderson is in Kiev. He visited Independence Square where he found men signing up to volunteer for the fight to keep Ukraine unified.
He discussed it with Wolf Blitzer. Catch AC360 live from Ukraine tonight at 8p E.T. on CNN.
AC360 is live from Washington at 8pm E.T. with everything you need to know for tonight's State of the Union.
Anderson will be joined by Wolf Blitzer and Jake Tapper. They will be speaking with some of the biggest names in politics. Their guests include Obama biographer and journalist David Maraniss, former Obama speechwriter Jon Favreau, former George W. Bush adviser Karen Hughes, and Nobel Prize winner and The New York Times op-ed columnist Paul Krugman.
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The White House is doing damage control over the botched rollout of Obamacare and the latest allegations of the NSA spying on America's closest allies. Lawmakers from both sides of the aisle are questioning when President Obama found out about these issues. Where does the buck stop in the Obama White House? New York Times columnists Ross Douthat and Charles Blow debate.
American swimmer and 2012 Paralympic medal-winner Victoria Arlen spoke out about a ruling that barred her from competing at the World Championships this past August in Montreal. The International Paralympic Committee ruled the young athlete ineligible because she "failed to provide conclusive evidence of a permanent eligible impairment."
Arlen said the committee penalized her for having hope, "which is very sad, because without hope I wouldn't be here today."
Anderson Cooper goes beyond the headlines to tell stories from many points of view, so you can make up your own mind about the news. Tune in weeknights at 8 and 10 ET on CNN.
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