Ben Shapiro, Thomas Frank and Brian Stelter discuss the media’s role in the cultural shift that has occurred on the issue of gay rights.
Carl Bernstein joins Brian Stelter to compare Chris Christie’s troubles to Watergate and other well-known political scandals.
Jeffrey Toobin, Jamal Greene and Brian Stelter on Justice Clarence Thomas’s eight year silence during Supreme Court oral arguments; should the media be more critical?
After Fox News decides not to broadcast a President Obama event attended by Bill O’Reilly, Dylan Byers and Brian Stelter examine how the right-leaning network covers the president.
McKay Coppins and Maggie Haberman discuss Coppins’s profile of Donald Trump and why the media continues to give his political flirtations attention.
Dr. Michio Kaku and The Huffington Post’s Jack Mirkinson on why the media continue to present human impact on climate change as a two-sided argument.
CNN’s Jake Tapper on the lack of media attention given to the captivity of Bowe Bergdahl, the American soldier being held by the Taliban.
Christy Hoppe of The Dallas Morning News joins Brian Stelter to examine why journalists weren't more critical of rocker Ted Nugent's incendiary comments about President Obama.
Dave Itzkoff tells Brian Stelter about his new book on the making of the iconic TV news satire.
Publicist Howard Bragman and Daniel Flynn of Breitbart Sports discuss how the media has covered Michael Sam’s announcement.