Don't miss "Reliable Sources" this Sunday at 11 a.m. Eastern. Here's a look at the rundown:
Glenn Greenwald previews his new Web site; are more mass surveillance revelations on the way?
Guest: Glenn Greenwald, leader, First Look Media; former columnist, The Guardian
The New York Times is coming under criticism for its decision to publish Dylan Farrow's open letter accusing Woody Allen of sexual assault. Allen's response was published over the weekend - is The Times being responsible here?
Guest: Dylan Byers, media reporter, POLITICO
Guest: Robin Abcarian, columnist, The Los Angeles Times
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie remains in the news, despite his best efforts to distance himself from the George Washington Bridge scandal. What can we learn from past journalistic investigations of politicians?
Guest: Carl Bernstein, investigative journalist
Our political panel discusses Bill O'Reilly's interview of President Obama, Rand Paul's controversial comments about the Clintons, and other media news.
Guest: Will Cain, CNN political commentator; analyst, The Blaze
Guest: Sally Kohn, CNN political commentator; chief education officer, Movement Vision Lab
CNN's Christiane Amanpour speaks about the continuing calls for the release of Al Jazeera journalists imprisoned in Egypt.
Guest: Christiane Amanpour, anchor, "Amanpour;" CNN’s chief international correspondent
Jay Leno has signed off from "The Tonight Show" for a second time, and Jimmy Fallon's about to take over. The undisputed expert on all things late night explains the moves.
Guest: Bill Carter, television reporter, The New York Times; author, "The War for Late Night: When Leno Went Early and Television Went Crazy" (2010)