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January 25th, 2015
05:05 PM ET

'Reliable Sources:' January 25, 2015

Watch all the stories from Sunday's show:

Should the news media name the perpetrators of mass shootings and show their faces? The parents of two Aurora, Colorado movie theater shooting victims say no. Tom and Caren Teves and Lonnie and Sandy Phillips explain their new campaign called 'No Notoriety.'

What should we believe about #DeflateGate? Former NFL players Chris Kluwe and Tim Green talk about what's at stake and how the current controversy arguably distracts from more serious scandals.

Is the media over-inflating the Patriots football story? L.Z. Granderson and Chris Villani weigh in.

How seriously should the political press take potential 2016 presidential candidates like Donald Trump and Sarah Palin? CNN senior legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin and The Washington Post's Robert Costa have two different answers.

"American Sniper keeps breaking box office records - and keeps generating controversy about the real-life story of Chris Kyle. Are movies supposed to be reliable sources? Veterans Paul Rieckhoff and Jonathan Gilliam say no - and they call the movie an important conversation-starter about the Iraq War.

Earlier this week, Amazon Studios revealed a plan to make or acquire a dozen original movies a year. In his first interview since the announcement, Amazon Studios chief Roy Price calls it a "middle ground" between traditional theatrical and all-digital movie releases.


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January 19th, 2015
11:41 AM ET

'Reliable Sources:' January 18, 2015

Watch all the stories from Sunday's show:

  · Former Charlie Hebdo writer Caroline Fourest speaks out; Frank Sesno joins the conversation about showing controversial Mohammed cartoons

  · The Intercept's Jeremy Scahill talks about using terrorists as anonymous sources and about what he calls a "circus of hypocrisy" among foreign leaders who claim to support a free press

  · Cartoonist Eli Valley and comedian Maz Jobrani discuss what happens when satire turns deadly serious

  · Elliott Abrams and Ahmed Shihab-Eldin on media portrayals of Jews and Muslims - and Fox's four apologies

  · Is there more to "Selma" being snubbed at the Oscars? Actor and activist Gbenga Akinnagbe says yes

  · Brian Stelter tours the memorial at Charlie Hebdo's office in Paris


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