As Ferguson, Missouri awaits a grand jury decision in the death of Michael Brown, Brian Stelter speaks with CNN's Sarah Sidner and media lawyer Benjamin Lipman. Here are some of the key points from the segment:
>> Sidner: "There are 12 people that know exactly where they are and how long they think this might take. None of them are supposed to be talking."
>> Sidner: "I think we need to be careful with this idea of hyping. This community is already on pins and needles. FULL POST
Brian Stelter speaks with Inside Edition's Jim Moret about off-the-record meetings between Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson and a number of TV anchors.
Related: Stelter's CNNMoney story about the meetings...
Jeff Greenfield and Noah Rothman discuss the relative dearth of media coverage about a new House Intelligence Committee report that dismissed conspiratorial myths about the 2012 terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya.
Associated Press reporter Brett Zongker tells Brian Stelter about the moment Bill Cosby asked him to "scuttle" a videotaped question about the rape allegations Cosby is facing.
The A.P. published the video of the November 6 interview on November 19.
"He said that if I was a serious journalist, we wouldn't use any of this footage," Zongker said.
"That was my favorite part, and by favorite, I mean most horrifying," Stelter replied. "That's the opposite of a serious journalist!"
"It surprised me quite a bit that he questioned my integrity for even asking the question," Zongker said.
"I have been an admirer of Bill Cosby growing up, watching him on television," he added. "I didn't want to ask these questions, but I had to ask these questions because I'm a journalist and I was doing my job."
Brian Stelter speaks with PandoDaily's Sarah Lacy, who was reportedly targeted by the fast-growing startup Uber for her critical coverage.