the 1st episode of my podcast - All There Is - is now available on @ApplePodcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. It’s about the people we lose, the things they leave behind, and how we can live on - with loss, with laughter, and with love. cnn.it/3BD3T7
I started this podcast while packing up my mom’s apartment after she died. It’s about the people we lose, the things they leave behind, and how we can go on - with loss, laughter, and love. It starts September 14 on @ApplePodcasts. Here is the trailer cnn.it/3KSFFsp
Tonight on @60Minutes: My report on Alexander McLean and his organization Justice Defenders, @justicedefends. They are providing legal training to hundreds of inmates in Kenya, Uganda and The Gambia so that they can help their fellow prisoners have a fair trial.
Sunday night at 8pm a documentary I’ve been working on about Olena Gnes, a Ukranian mom, who has been making a video diary all during the war as she shelters in a basement with her children. I hope you can watch it!
“Take out your phone, pull out an app, and with one click you’re booking the whole trip.”
Paul Sciarra, Joby’s executive chairman, tells Anderson Cooper what he envisions booking an eVTOL during rush hour could look like. cbsn.ws/37tzuM9
Joby CEO JoeBen Bevirt has been working on eVTOL aircraft for over a decade. It’s difficult to get a two-ton eVTOL off the ground using battery power, so he hired the man who helped develop Tesla’s. cbsn.ws/3OmI1RY
“Only until [an aircraft has] met that safety threshold, will we be prepared to certify it.”
Acting FAA administrator Billy Nolen explains the rigorous certification process an eVTOL will have to undergo before it can fly passengers in the U.S.
Electric vertical takeoff and landing vehicles, or eVTOLs, could be the solution to rush hour traffic. But jumping in one to get across town is still a long way off. Anderson Cooper tested out Lift Aircraft’s Hexa to see what this future could look like. cbsn.ws/3JU6Hxs
More than 3 million Ukrainians have fled their country since Russia's invasion.
In the latest episode of Tug of War, @andersoncooper speaks with @sarasidnerCNN about what she's seeing in refugee camps in Poland. Listen here. cnn.it/3MT10m9
The fighting has not come to Lviv, but the war's littlest victims have. @andersoncooper visits a children's hospital where more than 100 kids have arrived in the past few days from Ukrainian cities already under attack. To donate, visit: bit.ly/3IJXqbx
“They always hold my hand. They are afraid to go out. And if they see a hole in the ground - we have many holes in the ground in Ukraine - they ask is it because of the bomb explosion or no.” Olena Gnes talks about going out with her kids after sheltering from Russian airstrikes.
@jamesoliphant to be accurate Mr. Oliphant. I was not “throwing around terms like WWIII.” I was quoting an adviser to President Zelenskyy, whom i spoke with today… and Gary Kasparov who used the same description in an early tweet. You can check the transcript. Thanks.
My book VANDERBILT made it to the Finals!!! Thank you so much for all your votes! Now you can vote for which of the final ten books becomes the pick for Best History and Biography of 2021! link in tweet below! Congratulations to all the authors! twitter.com/goodreads/stat…