The cable network’s overlords at NBC News seem to be winning the war over programming.
SEA took control of CNN’s account Thursday and sent out a series of tweets that were later deleted. CNN confirmed the hack, saying “some of our organization’s social media accounts were compromised.”
What is the best way to report a terrible news story? Not like this.
CNN’s Anderson Cooper teased colleague Randi Kaye for getting a contact high while reporting on “ganjapreneurs” in a pot smoke-filled limousine.
Surprise? Fox News covered the scandal more than Al Jazeera America.
Terri Chung, the sister of the American man being held captive by the North Korean government, says she was “shocked and just outraged,” after seeing Dennis Rodman’s wild CNN interview Tuesday.
She spent all Monday standing outside in sub-zero temperatures.
CNN’s Jake Tapper hosts Greenwald latest fiery cable news segment—and Marcus came ready, too.
Britney Spears makes a lot of money, CNN reports.
Odd sequencing: CNN talks to Greenwald, then talks to Dershowitz about Greenwald — after Greenwald left.
Can CNN’s versatile host make the Sunday political talk show something we might regret not watching?
For the short-term at least, just having a presence in U.S. market is enough.
“Tonight, when you look at the night sky, realize that somebody could be looking back at you.”
“A major prick.” —Wolf Blitzer
What a difference less than a day makes.
Among many other lessons he left us. The human rights champion and Nobel Laureate passed away today at 95.
The future of CNN is entertainment! Also, still very caucasian apparently!
Living the dream, one logged press conference at a time.
An important breaking news question from CNN’s Brooke Baldwin.
The company’s news and interactive units are developing a digital programming service to be distributed on mobile phones, tablets, game consoles, and over-the-top TV distribution systems.
Water-powered jet pack? Yes please.
Interviews aren’t for the faint of heart.
Dance like no one is watching, even when everyone is.
California Congressman Howard “Buck” McKeon tells CNN’s Wolf Blitzer that he got his facts from Forbes and that it’s a “very small number.”
Since we know y’all don’t want to talk about the shutdown anymore.
Piracy is currently at a five-year low. But that doesn’t mean it’s going away anytime soon: For many Somalis, it’s their only choice.
It’s hard to tell if the Morning Joe host was taking a swipe at CNN’s hologram technology, lamenting the production value of his own network, or both.