Former Second Lady Jill Biden tells CNN's Jake Tapper that President Trump is falsely attacking her husband as a "distraction."
Attorneys for Fox News successfully argued that Tucker Carlson's program is a home for "rhetorical hyperbole and opinion." But do Fox viewers know that? Molly Jong-Fast asserts that "millions of people think that Tucker is a real newscaster."
Maria Ressa says Facebook is "biased against facts," adding, "lies laced with anger and hate spread faster and further than really boring facts." She likens Facebook, along with other social media platforms, to a "behavior modification system, and we users are Pavlov's dogs. "
CNN's Washington bureau chief Sam Feist stresses the importance of patience when it comes to the 2020 vote count. If there is no projected winner on election night, that "doesn't mean that anything is wrong," he says. If a candidate comes out and prematurely proclaims victory, CNN will make …
Brian Stelter interviews CNN's Washington bureau chief Sam Feist about how TV networks and The AP assemble votes and project winners of the election. Feist says the decision desks are not in a "race to be first." Most importantly, "it's really the votes that drive the decisions."
Former Daily Show host Jon Stewart tells CNN's Jake Tapper he's optimistic that Americans will "awaken and arise" to fix the problems facing the United States today.
Former Daily Show host Jon Stewart is teaming up with New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand and co-founder of Burn Pits 360 Rosie Torres to advocate for legislation helping veterans who become sick after being exposed to toxic fumes overseas.
In an interview with CNN's Jake Tapper, Republican Sen. Tom Cotton says he stands by his decision to support President Trump's Supreme Court nominee, despite his 2016 opposition to filling a vacancy in an election year.
Former Second Lady Jill Biden tells CNN's Jake Tapper what she would do for military families as First Lady.
Brian Stelter, Molly Jong-Fast, and Mark Lukasiewicz discuss Fox journalist Chris Wallace's role as moderator of the first presidential debate. Lukasiewicz warns, "Lying works on live television. Live fact-checking is almost impossible and generally not terribly effective."
Brian Karem, who asked Trump about a peaceful transfer of power, says he was shocked when Trump did not commit to it. "I thought it would be a very simple question to answer," Karem says. "I thought he would say, 'Are you kidding me? Of course it's going to be peaceful.'"
While most Americans have tuned Trump out, his biggest supporters still take his claims seriously, Brian Stelter says. "He's been telling ghost stories about voter fraud all year long," Stelter says, and news outlets need to scope out the consequences of the constant lying.
Frank J. Fahrenkopf Jr, co-chair of the debate commission, dismisses Trump's call for pre-debate drug testing. He expresses confidence in moderator Chris Wallace and talks about the Covid-era changes in effect for this fall's debates.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi tells CNN's Jake Tapper she is negotiating with Treasury Sec. Steven Mnuchin on additional coronavirus aid and believes they can "come to an agreement."
Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin tells CNN's Jake Tapper that expanding the size of the Supreme Court would make it impossible for the Senate to work in a bipartisan way.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi tells CNN's Jake Tapper that President Trump is pushing to fill the Supreme Court vacancy because he wants the Court to strike down the Affordable Care Act.
Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin tells CNN's Jake Tapper that Republican efforts to push through a Supreme Court nomination days before the election are fueling divisions in America.
Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin tells CNN's Jake Tapper he will meet with President Trump's Supreme Court nominee even though he does not plan to vote to confirm her.
Republican Sen. Tom Cotton tells CNN's Jake Tapper he is confident the Senate will confirm President Trump's nominee next month, despite Democratic opposition.
In an interview with ComingSoon.net, Keira Knightley had to be reminded of her role as handmaiden Sabé, before admitting she'd only seen "Star Wars Episode 1: Phantom Menace" once.
Former Vice President Joe Biden talks about President Trump's nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court in Wilmington, Delaware.
CNN's Fareed Zakaria's discusses President Trump's failure to commit to a peaceful transfer of power if he loses the election in November and how he could use other branches of the government to retain his position.