Glynnis MacNicol, Maggie Haberman, Nia-Malika Henderson and Howard Kurtz on another abrupt CNN interview exit by Ron Paul.
Glynnis MacNicol, Maggie Habermanm, Nia-Malika Henderson and Howard Kurtz on Stephen Colbert's presidential candidacy- is it serious or satirical?
Glynnis MacNicol, Maggie Haberman, Nia-Malika Henderson and Howard Kurtz discuss the media coverage of the New Hampshire primaries.
After his New Hampshire primary win, Maggie Haberman, Nia-Malika Henderson and Howard Kurtz discuss the media's treatment of GOP front-runner Mitt Romney and the attacks on his leadership of Bain Capital.
By Pallavi Reddy, CNN
As presidential hopeful Mitt Romney looks to make it three-for-three in South Carolina next Saturday, all the GOP contenders seem to be poking at his every flaw—including his time at Bain and taking his “I like to fire people” quote out of context. We’ll have the Washington Post’s Nia-Malika Henderson, Business Insider’s Glynnis MacNicol, and Politico’s Maggie Haberman to talk about the latest political coverage just one week away from the South Carolina primary and Stephen Colbert potentially throwing his name in. We’ll also have GBTV’s Amy Holmes and Current TV’s David Shuster on to talk about the latest book on the Obama family. Also, a new year brought a new show to CBS. “This Morning” premiered on Monday with a new cast. Tampa Bay Times’ Eric Deggans and Newsday’s Verne Gay will give us their take on it.
This Sunday at 11a.m. EST on CNN.
Dana Milbank, Robert Costa and Howard Kurtz ask if Rick Santorum's loss of a child is fair game for media scrutiny.
With New Hampshire in the national spotlight, Howard Kurtz looks at local station WMUR's coverage with its Political Director, James Pindell.
MSNBC host Ed Schultz's says Rick Santorum is a good public speaker, drawing fire from the left. Are his critics blinded by ideology?
Is the press downplaying Mitt Romney’s narrow win in the Iowa causes?
Jonathan Karl, Roger Simon, Lynn Sweet and Howard Kurtz discuss whether Rick Santorum's strong Iowa showing is an indictment of his treatment by the media.