Sunday, October 26

Is cable news overreacting to an Ebola diagnosis in New York? Jay Carney on Obama's relationship with the press; Donna Rice Hughes on Monica Lewinsky's comeback.

Is cable news overreacting to an Ebola diagnosis in New York? Jay Carney on Obama's relationship with the press; Donna Rice Hughes on Monica Lewinsky's comeback.

April 20th, 2014
12:29 PM ET

The David and Goliath of television

As his company prepares to go before the Supreme Court to fight for their existence, Aereo founder and CEO Chet Kanojia tells Brian Stelter why his streaming television service is legal.


Filed under: Blog • Reliable Sources • Supreme Court
April 20th, 2014
12:28 PM ET

Red News/Blue News: Obama vs. Putin

Former State Department spokesman Jamie Rubin on the competing portrayals of presidents Obama and Putin by liberal and conservative media.


Filed under: Blog • Red News/Blue News • Reliable Sources
April 20th, 2014
12:26 PM ET

Exclusive: Glenn Greenwald reacts to Pulitzer Prize victory

Back in the United States and now a Pulitzer Prize winner for his reporting on Edward Snowden, Glenn Greenwald joins Brian Stelter for an exclusive interview.

April 20th, 2014
12:25 PM ET

Attkisson takes on her critics

In the second part of Brian Stelter's interview with Sharyl Attkisson, she responds to criticism of her own reporting work at CBS News. (Here's the first part.)

After taping this interview, we sought comment from a spokeswoman for CBS News, with the hope that the network would directly respond to Attkisson's assertions. The network responded with the same statement it distributed after Attkisson resigned in March: "We appreciate her many contributions and we wish her well."

We also sought comment from Media Matters; Attkisson said she thought it was possible that the liberal media monitoring group had been paid to discredit her. Media Matters responded:

"Sharyl Attkisson is continuing a pattern of evidence-free speculation that started at the end of her tenure at CBS. We have never taken contributions to target her or any other reporter. Our decision to post any research on Attkisson is based only on her shoddy reporting."


Filed under: Blog • CBS News • Reliable Sources
April 20th, 2014
12:24 PM ET

Charges of bad journalism at CBS News

Former CBS News Investigative Correspondent Sharyl Attkisson talks to Brian Stelter about why she left the network. (The above video is part one; here's part two.)

After taping this interview, we sought comment from a spokeswoman for CBS News, with the hope that the network would directly respond to Attkisson's assertions. The network responded with the same statement it distributed after Attkisson resigned in March: "We appreciate her many contributions and we wish her well."


Filed under: Bias • Blog • CBS News • Reliable Sources