Don't miss "Reliable Sources" this Sunday at 11 a.m. Eastern. Here's a look at the rundown:
NFL prospect Michael Sam identified as gay in a well-orchestrated press roll-out this week. On-the-record sources are saying one thing about Sam's chances in the NFL draft; anonymous sources are saying another.
Guest: Howard Bragman, founder, Fifteen Minutes PR; he coordinated Sam's announcement, as detailed in this Outsports article
Guest: Daniel Flynn, editor, Breitbart Sports, who wrote this column about "conflicting public, private reactions to gay player"
Comcast's takeover of Time Warner Cable: why some groups are already opposing the proposed merger.
Guest: Craig Aaron, CEO, Free Press
What are journalists learning from a trove of newly discovered documents about Hillary Clinton at the University of Arkansas?
Guest: Carl Bernstein, investigative journalist, CNN contributor and author of the Clinton biography "A Woman In Charge"
While Chris Christie continues to be dogged by the lane closure scandal, reporters continue to dig up new stories and reevaluate old ones for signs of how the governor runs the state...
Guest: Michael Smerconish, CNN commentator; radio host, “The Michael Smerconish Program” for SiriusXM radio
Shouldn't the contaminated water crisis in West Virginia be getting more coverage from the national media?
Guest: Kallie Cart, anchor, WCHS-WVAH TV