Don’t worry though, they gave it 110%.
The network’s legal team says the reporter named in the lawsuit doesn’t technically work for CNN.
The rapper gets in a big fight with Don Lemon.
Her co-anchor Errol Barnett’s side-eye is subtle, but piercing.
BREAKING: Reporter gets all of the side-eyes.
Spoiler: CNN went all in.
“I’ve been doing this job for more than 10 years; I have never seen a situation as desperate as this.”
Journalists Anton Skiba, working for CNN, and Graham Phillips, working for Russia Today, have been abducted in Donetsk, media outlets say.
For only $25,000, you can pop molly with Fareed Zakaria.
“I think you can probably see there are lots of Israelis gathered around who are cheering when they see these kinds of Israeli strikes.”
The internet has gotten a lot less ugly.
I guess you could say Chris Cuomo did it for the Vine
The livetweets were part of a showing of Vargas film Documented, which tells the story of his journey as an undocumented immigrant in America.
The CNN producer who got this segment on the air deserves a raise.
Iran’s official IRNA news agency said police arrested two people who appeared singing and dancing in a World Cup music video that went viral on YouTube.
Newly elected president Petro Poroshenko declared a national day of mourning and vowed an “appropriate response.”
Jeff Zucker chips away at Fox News’ cable news dominance with CNN’s Sunday night formula.
An amusing moment from Jake Tapper during a panel discussion about the White House’s decision to select “another white man” to be Obama’s press secretary.
“I am being kicked,” Ivan Watson told the camera before it was cut.
There’s a few spoilers in this post, obviously.
148 seconds of poop puns from CNN’s franchise player.
Things get heated during a CNN conversation about Monica Lewinsky.
Jeff Zucker should waste little time incorporating two of CNN’s biggest names into his new vision for the network.
“Breaking News” on cable television just lost even more meaning.
Quantum of the Seas sets sail in November and could mark the beginning of boom times for the industry. Or forever doom it to a niche vacation option with limited appeal.
Bless you, Matthew Chance.