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"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.

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President Trump blames the media for signs of recession; Bernie Sanders' bias accusations against the Washington Post.
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Fox executives remain silent on Tucker Carlson's claim that white supremacy is a "hoax"; President Trump blames news coverage for mass shootings; questions over Facebook's plan to pay news outlets for content.
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Growing calls for impeachment; the media's vetting process for President Trump's nominees; Baltimore, President Trump, and coverage of race; the parents of two journalists murdered by ISIS now work together to protect journalists in conflict zones.
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Impenetrable media bubbles; the impact of Robert Mueller's testimony; the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement raids that never materialized; reporting sparks protests that lead to the resignation of Puerto Rico's governor.
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Brian Stelter examines how journalists do their jobs and how the media affects the stories they cover.
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President Trump's meeting with social media provocateurs and extremists; fact vs. fiction about Big Tech and bias; another Trump official resigns in the wake of investigative reporting; Florida news outlets band together.
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Brian Stelter examines how journalists do their jobs and how the media affects the stories they cover.
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Television ratings for the democratic debates; President Trump jokes with Russian President Vladimir Putin about "fake news" and getting rid of reporters; a new White House press secretary takes over.
aired 62 days ago
A new foundation honors fallen journalists; a former Facebook moderator offers a peek at the front lines of monitoring content; Apollo 11 astronaut Michael Collins recalls the moment the world stopped and watched the first moon landing mission.
aired 69 days ago
Sarah Sanders leaves the White House press office; the first Democratic primary debate of the 2020 race; how Sinclair's sensationalism erodes confidence in TV news; guests Andrew Yang and David Zurawick.
aired 76 days ago
Brian Stelter examines how journalists do their jobs and how the media affects the stories they cover.
aired 83 days ago
Robert Mueller's on-camera statement showcases the power of TV in the Trump era; skepticism over Michael Wolff's new book, "Siege"; backlash against Laura Ingraham.
aired 90 days ago
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aired 97 days ago
Social media "censorship"; the lack of official White House press briefings; how anti-abortion bills are being covered by different kinds of media outlets; how "Game of Thrones" changed TV.
aired 104 days ago
Former Army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning faces another subpoena; court cases against alleged government leakers; the big story of the Trump presidency; news coverage of President Trump's tariffs; training session for Democratic lawmakers.
aired 111 days ago
William Barr versus Robert Mueller; fallout over an anti-Semitic cartoon published in The New York Times; the looming shakeup at CBS News; Facebook bans extremists from its platform; the anatomy of an attempted smear against Pete Buttigieg.
aired 118 days ago
President Donald Trump's "safe spaces"; takeaways from the White House Correspondents' Association dinner; a new coalition draws attention to journalists in harm's way.
aired 125 days ago
Topics include the release of the Mueller report; guests Katie Rogers, Ezra Klein, Tim Naftali, April Ryan, Katelyn Polantz, Jay Rosen and Nicole Hemmer.
aired 132 days ago
The impact of the Julian Assange case on press freedoms; right-wing media vs. Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.); media strategies of 2020 Democrats; Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) files a $150 million lawsuit against McClatchy Co.
aired 139 days ago
Finnish investigative journalist Jessikka Aro; Jim Rutenberg, media columnist for The New York Times; Joseph Azam, a former senior vice president at News Corp., reveals why he quit the company.
aired 146 days ago
Inside the media strategy for a 2020 contender; Barr's "no collusion" letter emboldens the president's attacks against the press; reporters look inward to evaluate media coverage of the Mueller probe.

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