Rudy Giuliani was a guest on "PIers Morgan Tonight" this evening, and discussed the situations in Japan, Libya and more. He also spoke to the role the Obama administration has played. "I've been surprised how inconsistent President Obama has been throughout this," Giuliani told Piers Morgan. "The whole situation in Libya baffles me."
Petra Nemcova told her emotional story of survival and recovery to Piers Morgan last night, but in this Green Room Q&A after she talked about her upcoming appearance on ABC's "Dancing with the Stars." "The reason to be on 'Dancing with the Stars' was for me to shine a light on children who are forgotten after natural disasters," she said. "Dancing with purpose and now the purpose is even deeper, more relevant."
How has Nemcova been able to focus in the wake of the Japan tragedy? FULL POST
On last night's "Piers Morgan Tonight", Piers Morgan interviewed Nick Kristof of the New York Times, who lived in Japan, about Japanese culture. "The Japanese have really been reared from the time they were born to work together, to suppress individual yearnings and to pull together and be stoical," he said. The way the Japanese deal with disaster is "something we Americans can learn from."
Piers also talked to Matthew Wald about the potential worst case scenario when it came to nuclear meltdown: FULL POST
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For March 16, 2011 – an update from Japan, violence in Bahrain, U.S. stocks fall... FULL POST
Supermodel and current "Dancing With The Stars" contestant Petra Nemcova was a guest on "Piers Morgan Tonight" this evening. Nemcova is a survivor of the 2004 tsunami, and spoke passionately about her charity (Happy Hearts Fund), as well as those who have lost their lives in the '04 and Japan tsunami.
"The agony is so hard to imagine," she told Piers Morgan. "One thing is to not give up...there are many stories of hope."