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July 21st, 2013
01:30 PM ET

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Former MP addresses Murdoch Inquiry

Rupert Murdoch agrees to face Members of Parliament again as the investigation into News Corp continues.  David sits down with former MP Louise Mensch who once grilled Murdoch and now writes a column for the Sun.


Filed under: Leveson Inquiry • News Corp • Phone Hacking • Rupert Murdoch
July 21st, 2013
01:29 PM ET

Zimmerman verdict sparks debate

Callie Crossley, Eric Deggans, Ron Brownstein and David Folkenflik look back at how the media handled Zimmerman verdict and the ensuing debate about race and the justice system.


Filed under: Barack Obama • Blog • George Zimmerman • Race • Reliable Sources • Trayvon Martin
July 21st, 2013
01:29 PM ET

The passing of a pioneer

Judy Woodruff, Ann Compton, Candy Crowley and David Folkenflik look back at the life of groundbreaking journalist Helen Thomas, who died Saturday at age 92.

July 21st, 2013
01:29 PM ET

A revealing look at ‘This Town’

Molly Ball, Carlos Lozada, James Warren and David Folkenflik discuss Mark Leibovich’s exposé of Washington and how journalists have reacted to its revelations.


Filed under: Blog • Mark Leibovich • Reliable Sources • This Town • Washington DC
July 21st, 2013
01:29 PM ET

Rolling Stone cover rocking the nation

Kevin Cullen, Keith Jenkins and David Folkenflik examine the controversy behind Rolling Stone’s cover photo of alleged Boston bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.

July 21st, 2013
01:29 PM ET

Is ‘breaking news’ broken?

David Flokenflik talks to WDRB general mananger Bill Lamb about his network’s decision to do away with the term “breaking news.”


Filed under: Breaking news • Reliable Sources
July 21st, 2013
01:28 PM ET

Obama remarks spark focus on race

Clarence Page, Clinton Yates and David Folkenflik discuss the media’s role in the national conversation on race.


Filed under: Barack Obama • Blog • Race • Reliable Sources
July 21st, 2013
01:27 PM ET

Helen Thomas, a career in full

David Folkenflik gives his thoughts on the life and legacy of Helen Thomas.


Filed under: Blog • Reliable Sources