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Anderson Cooper flies in an eVTOL

"That is cool," was the response from 60 Minutes correspondent Anderson Cooper after touching down in a vehicle called Hexa. It looks like an oversized drone that people can fly in and is what's known as an eVTOL, which stands for electric vertical takeoff and landing vehicle. The team behind Hexa believes it's the future of travel.
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Anderson Cooper on witnessing Tony Bennett's final act

When Tony Bennett hears the opening notes of a familiar song, he still knows what to do. Steady on his feet, he takes his place alongside the piano. His smile grows wide; his gaze meets the eyes of those assembled around him. Let him find you…. He knows the key,...
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How Richard Gere helped Anderson Cooper realize he’s gay

Anderson Cooper recently shared the story of his sexual awakening, revealing that Richard Gere was a major player in the CNN journo realizing he was gay. Cooper, 55, recalled attending a play starring Gere at the age of 11 with two gay men — photographer Paul Jasmin and his boyfriend — who were friends of his mother, Gloria Vanderbilt, he shared on Radio Andy with pal Andy Cohen Friday. “And they took me to see Richard Gere in ‘Bent,’ which if anyone doesn’t know about the play ‘Bent,’ it’s about two gay guys in the concentration camp,” Cooper recounted. “I mean the opening scene… It is the...
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