During a CNN interview with Anderson Cooper, former President Barack Obama called out right-wing media outlets that misinform and fan the flames of discord. He cited critical race theory controversy as a prime example.

Rod Blagojevich, the disgraced ex-governor of Illinois imprisoned for corruption, told CNN's Anderson Cooper he was a "political prisoner" like Nelson Mandela.

A defiant Donald Trump is expected to take the stage Sunday at the second debate against Hillary Clinton in St. Louis, Missouri, on the heels of one of the worst public relations debacles to confront a presidential candidate in the nation’s history. The town hall debate forum will take place at 9 P.M. EST at Washington University and […]

Nate Parker sat down with Anderson Cooper in a prelude to this Sunday's episode of 60 Minutes to discuss the controversy surrounding his alleged rape case in 1999.


After it was announced Tuesday that an officer would not be charged in the shooting death of her unarmed son, the mother of Tony Robinson vowed to sue the police department, according to The Huffington Post. Andrea Irwin told CNN host Anderson Cooper that she “absolutely” planned to sue the Madison Police Department after he raised the […]


UPDATE: 11:20 AM EST And just in case you were wondering how Officer Darren Wilson’s getting along with life amid the controversy surrounding him, check…


Never one to hold her tongue, attorney turned reality actress Star Jones said that CNN’s Anderson Cooper revealed that he was gay to boost ratings for his show Anderson Cooper 360, reports The Daily Mail UK. But she didn’t stop there. To show just how manipulative she believed Cooper to be, she compared him to […]

Anderson Cooper called out President Obama on his Tuesday show for flip-flopping his stance on same-sex marriage. During his “Keeping Them Honest” segment, Cooper said “New questions are being raised about what the president actually believes about gay marriage and whether his public opposition to it is real or just political posturing.” He then narrated […]