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.
By Brian Stelter, CNN
Last week NBC's "Today" show out-rated ABC's "Good Morning America" for the first time in a year and a half - but NBC probably shouldn't be celebrating.
"Today" notched the weekly win thanks to NBC's coverage of the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. But the show surpassed "G.M.A." by only 210,000 viewers - a small fraction of the advantage that it had over "G.M.A." during previous Olympics.
The results demonstrate just how wounded "Today" remains after falling from first place to second in the closely-watched network morning show race.
Executives at ABC, meanwhile, have been overjoyed by how well "G.M.A." has held up, though they declined to comment on the record about the ratings results.
Read more of Brian's article here.
Publicist Howard Bragman and Daniel Flynn of Breitbart Sports discuss how the media has covered Michael Sam’s announcement.
Brian Stelter and Free Press President and CEO Craig Aaron analyze Comcast’s proposed takeover of Time Warner Cable; will it benefit or hurt consumers?
Journalist and Hillary Clinton biographer Carl Bernstein on newly discovered documents that provide fresh insight into the mind of the possible 2016 candidate.
Radio host and new CNN Political Commentator Michael Smerconish discusses Chris Christie’s media mauling and how it has allowed Rand Paul to claim the 2016 spotlight.
Local reporter Kallie Cart helps Brian Stelter shed light on a story that has received scant national media attention in recent weeks: the aftermath of a major chemical spill in West Virginia.
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