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Piers Morgan Says Goodbye

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On Friday night, Piers Morgan signed off as "Piers Morgan Live" host for the final time. Nearly forty months since the show first launched, we thank you all for watching, and in the words of our fearless leader, "even those who implacably disagreed with me, or just found my funny accent annoying." Thank you, and goodnight. -

Politics, Prison, Partisanship, and Piety – A collection of thought-provoking moments from “Piers Morgan Live”

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During the course of more than 39 groundbreaking months inside a trademark blue-green studio, Piers Morgan welcomed a diverse combination of headline-grabbing newsmakers, influential religious leaders and political power players. But as multi-faceted as was his collection of guests, the host's goals always reflected a singular approach: ask thought-provoking questions, tell great stories and share unique perspective. As such, CNN's 9 p.m. primetime hour regularly made viewers think, occasionally made guests cry and always made for good television. Now, in honor of his final hours anchoring the show as only he could, it is with great pride and pleasure that we share some of Piers Morgan's most iconic and symbolic interviews.

Vanessa Williams on Luptia Nyong’o: “An extraordinary example of a young talent and a true beauty”

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It's been more than three decades since Vanessa Williams trailblazed her way across the national landscape, capturing the crown as Miss America 1984, in the process becoming the first ever African-American to win the prestigious pageant. Thirty-one years later, another woman of color has leaped into the hearts of America, as Lupita Nyong'o – born six months before Williams' win – earned the 2014 Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress, in the process becoming an instant media darling. Prior to Nyong'o's win at the Oscars, the 31-year-old with dual Kenyan and Mexican citizenship gave an impassioned speech at the annual Black Women in Hollywood Luncheon in California, admitting that as a young girl she prayed for lighter skin, as her dark complexion subjected her to ridicule and feelings of inadequacy.

Jason Alexander Web Exclusive: What would “Seinfeld” be like today

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If Jerry and George were still meeting at the diner, would social media mess with their marble rye? CNN host Piers Morgan sat down with actor Jason Alexander, the man who brought the character George Constanza to life, and before long the Twitter account @SeinfeldToday found its way into the conversation. Dedicated to bringing the characters of television’s most successful American comedy series into the twenty-first century, "Modern Seinfeld" looks to stay true to the show, while using current pop culture references and scenarios. Sharing some favorites with his guest, Morgan sought Alexander's response. "One reads: ‘George promises not to watch 'House of Cards' without his girlfriend, but can't help himself. She dumps him when he badly pretends to be surprised.’ Another reads: ‘George's ex changes her HBO Go password, George tries to reconcile with her just long enough to get the new one.’" Alexanders enjoys the reference, but questions the originality of the author. “That's Bosco,” Alexander told Morgan. “That's the big - it's a rehash of the Bosco...”

Jimmy Carter talks to Piers Morgan about his new call to action to eradicate abuse of women and girls, as well as his thoughts on the new pope’s openness to change

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It's not every day a former President of the United States stops by the "Piers Morgan Live" studio. But that is precisely what happened in March, as Jimmy Carter joined Piers Morgan to discuss the seemingly unaddressed human rights abuses that he hopes his new book will help reverse. “It's very similar to the racial discrimination I knew when I was a boy, uh, living on the farm when the same thing happened just to black people in particularly the South and some other parts of the world,” said Carter, speaking of gender inequalities impacting women. “The white people deplored it, but they didn't do anything about it, most of them, because it really was beneficial to them to be given the best jobs and the best education and all the advantages over our black neighbors.” The 39th President of the United States, whose time in office was marked by global humanitarian efforts, is the author of over 30 books ranging from global policy and presidential power to personal journeys in his faith and family. He is a man with an endless list of accomplishments, however the collection of goals he's yet to tackle may be more lengthy. At the top of his list today is helping to promote and create the fair and equal treatment of women.

David Cassidy Web Exclusive: “If I take another drink, I’m going to die”

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Note: After this interview taped, Monday, David Cassidy was ordered to spend five years on probation after pleading no contest to a drunken driving charge in Los Angeles. Singer and songwriter David Cassidy may be best known for his role in the famed 1970's sitcom "The Partridge Family", but during his most recent adult years, the former teen pop-star has become equally infamous for his struggles with alcohol.

How satellite buoys may be the key to discovering debris from missing Flight 370

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It's now been two full weeks since Flight 370 disappeared and questions and theories far outweigh clues and concrete information. But could the key to solving this mystery be found among satellite-tracked buoys? Joining "Piers Morgan Live" on Friday evening, Oceanography researcher Luca Centurioni demonstrated how such instruments may aid in the search for debris in the Indian Ocean.

Joe Padilla, whose brother’s flight went missing in 2003: “He boarded this plane and then it took off…and no one knows what happened to it”

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As the search for debris in the Indian Ocean continues, the families of the passengers of Flight 370 find themselves in a difficult position. While they remain desperate for answers, confirmation of aircraft wreckage would almost certainly mean the loss of loved ones. Eleven years ago Joe Padilla went through a similar ordeal, as the plane his brother boarded went missing in May of 2003. It hasn't been heard from since. Joining "Piers Morgan Live" Thursday evening, Padilla shared a bit of his story. "All I know is the FBI had told me in the beginning, when this happened, that my brother was on a plane," Padilla told Bill Weir, who reprised his role as guest host for a fourth straight evening. "He boarded this plane and then it took off. And no one knows what happened to it."

Flight 370 puts Israel on high alert: “Israel has close to zero margin for error in countering and protecting itself against a hijacked airplane”

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A dozen days into the investigation surrounding missing Flight 370, there are far more questions than there are answers. However, among the possible theories exists the notion that the aircraft may have been hijacked, with a plan to be used in a terrorist attack. Among the many nations that could be potential targets within such a scheme, it is perhaps Israel that finds itself most vulnerable, thanks in part to its size and location.

Might missing Flight 370 have landed, then refueled, in the name of terrorism?

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More than a week into the mystery surrounding missing Flight 370, new theories are popping up each day, and with information scarce, nothing feels out of the realm of possibility. On Monday evening, Bill Weir filled in as "Piers Morgan Live" host, welcoming retired American Airlines pilot Jim Tilmon for a live, primetime interview. Joining the program via satellite from Phoeniz, Ariz., Tilmon said he wished to "roll something by you," admitting it was "far-fetched" and might sound "crazy." Searching for answers on behalf of the network and its audience, Weir invited Tilmon to "go ahead, bring it." Laughing, Tilmon noted that "yeah, I'm going to bring it", before offering his theory.

Could Flight 370 have been sabotaged from within the cabin? Experts say yes

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As the mystery surrounding missing Flight 370 passes the one week mark, information and data continues to trickle in. As such, theories and hypotheticals continue to mount up. On Friday evening Piers Morgan welcomed David Soucie and, as the host was heading to the first commercial break, his guest presented a unique possibility, one that for the first time thus far takes the emphasis off of the cockpit, and re-positions it onto the aircraft's cabin. As "Piers Morgan Live" returned for its second block, Morgan asked Soucie to further elaborate.

Jeff Bridges, movie star, humanitarian and spokesman for the “No Kid Hungry” campaign

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With an entertainment career that has spanned more than half a century, an Academy Award on his mantle and a place in pop culture lore for his iconic portrayal of "the Dude" in the famed 1998 film "The Big Lebowski," actor Jeff Bridges has shown a voracious appetite for the movie business. However, off camera, the 64-year-old is making sure everyone eats, in particular children. In 1984, Bridges joined forces with others in the industry, founding the "End Hunger Network," and in 2010 he became the official spokesman for the "No Kid Hungry" campaign. Check out the above video as Bridges joins Piers Morgan to speak further about the cause that's been close to his heart for more than 30 years, including the forthcoming “Breakfast After the Bell” initiative which is designed to give children more nutrition in the morning, so as to help them better learn in the classroom. - » Follow "Piers Morgan Live" on Twitter » Follow "Piers Morgan Live" on Instagram

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