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edit request Aug 3 2014
Can someone add the fact that he saved a boy?
While reporting he left his post (on camera) and rushed in to save a Haitan boy from a bloody scene. Find out more:
http://runt-of-the-web.com/restore-your-faith-in-humanity#24 — Preceding unsigned comment added by 2602:304:B233:17A0:B915:4158:C234:51EC (talk) 00:55, 8 May 2015 (UTC)
April 2016 - New book and subject of HBO documentary
On April 5, 2016, HarperCollins Publishers released a new book by Ms. Vanderbilt and her son Anderson Cooper, "The Rainbow Comes and Goes - A Mother and Son On Life, Love, and Loss". The book is described as "A charming and intimate collection of correspondence between #1 New York Times bestselling author Anderson Cooper and his mother, Gloria Vanderbilt, that offers timeless wisdom and a revealing glimpse into their lives."
Also, on April 9, 2016, HBO premiered "Nothing Left Unsaid: Gloria Vanderbilt & Anderson Cooper", a 2 hour documentary that features a series of conversations between the mother and son, covering the mothers storied life and the family history in the public eye. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 2601:402:4300:57FF:A828:B267:8545:445A (talk) 01:35, 10 April 2016 (UTC)
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- I could see an argument for its inclusion as an interesting anecdote, but I've taken it out and replaced it with more relevant information from the same source. Cheers, -- Irn (talk) 17:51, 10 July 2016 (UTC)