Jeff Greenfield and Dave Cullen debate whether or not media outlets should show chilling YouTube videos made by Isla Vista shooter Elliot Rodger.
Carl Bernstein and Mark Leibovich discuss the media attention surrounding Hillary Clinton’s upcoming autobiography.
Cosmopolitan editor-in-chief Joanna Coles speaks with Brian Stelter about the hashtag movement sparked by the Isla Vista shooting, and the subsequent backlash against it.
This is one of the tweets that Stelter cited on-air:
Not ALL men harass women. But ALL women have, at some point, been harassed by men. Food for thought. #YesAllWomen
— Adelaide Kane (@AdelaideKane) May 27, 2014
Following Edward Snowden's first American television interview, Pentagon Papers whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg gives his take on how Snowden has been characterized by liberal and conservative media.
CNN’s Drew Griffin looks back at his months of reporting on the VA scandal that led to Eric Shinseki’s resignation this week.
Here's the rundown:
Topic: Hillary Clinton's (book) campaign
Guest: Carl Bernstein, CNN political commentator, journalist and author
Guest: Mark Leibovich, chief national correspondent, New York Times Magazine and author of This Town (2013)
Topic: The Santa Barbara shooter's videos and writings: to air or not to air?
Guest: Jeff Greenfield, politics and media analyst
Guest: Dave Cullen, author, Columbine (2009)
Guest: Joanna Coles, editor-in-chief, Cosmopolitan
Topic: Edward Snowden's interview with NBC News
Guest: Daniel Ellsberg, who leaked the Pentagon Papers in the 1970s; author of Secrets: A Memoir of Vietnam and the Pentagon Papers (2002)
Topic: "The Case for Reparations"
Guest: Ta-Nehisi Coates, national correspondent, The Atlantic, who wrote this recent cover story about reparations
Topic: Shinseki's resignation and the VA scandal
Guest: Drew Griffin, CNN investigative correspondent