"Reliable Sources" with Brian Stelter examines the media world -- telling the story behind the story -- how news and pop culture get made. Discussions revolve around media fairness and objectivity, with panels consisting of journalists from top television, digital and print news organizations. Regularly featured special one-on-one interviews with major media figures are also part of the Sunday morning show.
Robert Mueller coverage; whether President Donald Trump and Sean Hannity coordinate talking points.
Trevor Noah on the "5:30 curse," keeping up with President Trump, and Michael Cohen's "swamp tours"; a journalist has a unique perspective on the Iran deal and the North Korea negotiations.
President Trump's lies; grading the media's coverage of Mueller probe; journalists mourn 10 colleagues in Afghanistan.
White House Correspondents Association's annual dinner; the press celebrates while the president fumes.
aired 31 days ago
Revelations from the James Comey memos and book tour; covering President Trump's Russia issues and other investigations; Denver Post editors say the paper needs a new owner.
aired 38 days ago
How journalists do their jobs and how the media affects the stories they cover.
aired 45 days ago
The president's anti-media attacks and other topics are discussed with the editor of The New York Times; President Trump governing via Fox News; fallout from Sinclair forcing anchors to read media-bashing promos.
aired 52 days ago
"Roseanne" strikes a chord with the president and the news media; how the pro-Trump media's FBI attacks affect the bureau and the public; journalism versus activism.
aired 59 days ago
The TV to Trump White House pipeline; a news outlet invites Marjory Stoneman Douglas students to help cover the March for Our Lives rally.
aired 66 days ago
Covering the chaos within federal agencies.
aired 73 days ago
President Trump craves credit from the news media; Stormy Daniels stands out in a hectic news cycle; how she became a household name; two different media responses to Women's History Month.
aired 80 days ago
President Trump's scandals and struggles; fallout from Hope Hicks' resignation; new leaks about the Russia probes; misinformation on social media.
aired 87 days ago
Conspiracy theories in the wake of the Parkland school shooting; the NRA's claim that the media loves mass shootings; two Americas living in two different media environments; media bashing unites conservatives at CPAC environments.
aired 94 days ago
Dueling narratives about Robert Mueller's newest indictments; what other stories the National Enquirer has squashed for Trump.
aired 101 days ago
President Trump frustrated with communications director Hope Hicks role in scandal; congressman proposes law to protect safety of journalists; traditional media vs. pro-Trump media on coverage of Rob Porter resignation.
aired 108 days ago
An interview with one of President Donald Trump's confidants; the role of the pro-Trump media in the release of the Devin Nunes memo; determining the real Russia story; putting current events in historical perspective.
aired 115 days ago
Trump and the FBI; competing narratives about the Russia probe; how journalists can cut through the clutter; congressional reaction to the latest leaks about the Mueller investigation.
aired 122 days ago
How Trump changed the press and how the press changed him; how the media is covering a weekend of marches and protests; White House correspondents review the president's first year.
aired 129 days ago
Trump and racism; how newsrooms handled his vulgar remarks; why he's talking about libel laws again; Oprah's friends say she's "actively thinking" about a White House run.
aired 136 days ago
Fallout from Michael Wolff's "Fire and Fury"; questions about Wolff's use of sources; Trump's North Korea tweets renewing concerns about his fitness; if Steve Bannon is finished at Breitbart.
aired 143 days ago
Coverage of the "MeToo" movement; the media's screw ups and successes; New Year's resolutions from top editors.
Veteran journalist Howard Kurtz is no stranger to criticizing the media. He did it for 20 years as a media columnist for The Washington Post and as host of CNN's long-running "Reliable Sources" from 1998 through the first half of 2013. So it's no surprise that shortly after departing CNN in mid-2013 for rival Fox News Channel he would premiere a show for his new employer that is modeled after his previous program. In addition to Kurtz and his weekly panel discussing how the press covers a variety of topics that include technology, social media, politics and sports, the host also interviews some of the country's top journalists. And, as you might expect in these social mediacentric times, "MediaBuzz" features some viewers' questions and comments on the show.
With veteran Washington correspondent John King in the anchor chair, "Inside Politics" focuses on the top political stories of the day with a rotating round table of top sourced reporters from CNN and from other media outlets. The half-hour program gives viewers an inside look at the stories driving Washington, directly from reporters on the ground. Prior to its revival in 2014, "Inside Politics" was first headed by Judy Woodruff, and it aired for more than 20 years on CNN before its cancellation in 2005.
Host, columnist, and best-selling author Fareed Zakaria offers insightful analysis and interviews world leaders, artists, scientists, business leaders, global affairs analysts, and other cultural observers for the "Global Public Square." Zakaria is also a syndicated columnist for The Washington Post, a contributing editor for The Atlantic magazine, and hosts in-depth, prime-time specials for CNN Worldwide. "Fareed Zakaria GPS" was launched in 2008 and each week's program airs worldwide on CNN, from New York or other locations around the world. The program is characterized by smart debate and discussion on world events and public affairs, designed to help viewers understand the world around them and the newest thinking on the globe's biggest challenges.
CNN's chief Washington correspondent, Jake Tapper, hosts this hourlong weekday afternoon program, which covers all the day's top stories from around the country and the world, headlines that span politics, money, sports and popular culture. "The Lead" works to ensure that viewers are caught up on the stories that matter, often highlighting news that may have been overlooked. Prior to joining CNN, Tapper served as senior White House correspondent at ABC News.
Anderson Cooper goes beyond the headlines with in-depth reporting and investigations. Through nightly "Keeping Them Honest" reports, Anderson keeps his commitment to holding those in power accountable. And, of course, there's the RidicuList, a tongue-in-cheek commentary on the day's news that may leave viewers (and Anderson) laughing. Joining him are guests that frequently include political and legal analysts.
"New Day With Chris Cuomo and Alisyn Camerota" is CNN's flagship morning program that sets the table for all of the day's news. The three-hour show features interviews with newsmakers, politicians and world leaders, and analysis from CNN correspondents and contributors. It's hosted by Chris Cuomo, an award-winning anchor and correspondent who came to CNN from ABC News, where he anchored "20/20" and "Good Morning America," and Alisyn Camerota, a longtime Fox News anchor who joined CNN in 2014.