Taya Kyle, the widow of “American Sniper” Chris Kyle, appeared on a CNN town hall on gun violence Thursday night, where she and President Obama had a strained but civil discussion on gun laws. Kyle also penned an editorial for CNN today, reiterating that she doesn’t believe any additional laws would have saved her…
Considering his track record of saying dumb offensive shit, we really shouldn’t be surprised. And yet. And yet, my friends.
This morning, CNN sat down with a group of people who willingly called themselves Donald Trump supporters on national television. I’d like to say that something about the segment was interesting or or surprising, but things immediately festered in the exact piping hot vat of delusion that I imagined it would.
Remember folks, if you’re born into difficult circumstances and are later killed by the police, CNN will be there to remind the world of the least relevant details surrounding your death.
President Obama and French President Hollande gave a joint press conference at the White House today at noon to discuss the war against ISIS, but the real excitement began well before they arrived, when the camera made completely accidental love to CNN’s Jim Acosta for approximately 30 minutes.
Best-case scenario: Ben Carson tried to stab someone. Alternate scenario: Ben Carson has been lying for years about trying to stab someone when he was 14, a kind of extreme knives-to-surgical-riches story that’s now falling apart when the gentlest breeze is blown upon it.
On Wednesday, New York Daily News reporter Shaun King was asked to appear on CNN with Don Lemon via email. He declined, rather emphatically: “I will never appear anywhere with Don for the rest of my natural life.” King then posted the email exchange on Twitter and Facebook and promptly received cease and desist…
Jimmy Fallon has had some trouble with his hands lately. First he suffered a ring avulsion (google it) after a run-in with a braided rug over the summer, and just a few days ago the late night comedian injured his finger after cutting it on a bottle of Jäger. That’s worrying, yes, but no one is as worried about Fallon…
In a moment that will surely make its way into a Republican candidate’s attack ad, CNN’s Jake Tapper asked Hillary Clinton about her private email server during a Friday interview. He led in with a reference to Bernie Sanders and his “ya damn emails” remark, causing Clinton to start laughing uncontrollably.
The first Democratic primary debate takes place on Tuesday and by the way, did you know that three other people who aren’t Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are running?
Wednesday morning, Texas ninth grader Ahmed Mohamed brought a homemade clock to school to show to his teachers. However, an English teacher thought it was a bomb and Mohamed was arrested shortly after. Since then, Mohamed has been invited to the White House, Facebook, Google, and multiple universities for being such a…
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In a recent interview with CNN’s Jake Tapper, presidential hopeful Donald Trump totally showed his ass when asked for his stances on trade, gay marriage, global warning, and global politics.
Killer Mike is directing some very necessary criticism at Geraldo Rivera and Wolf Blitzer regarding their reportage of the Baltimore protests.
On Thursday night, Erin Burnett apologized for the wrong thing. Earlier this week, the CNN anchor appeared to call members of Zeta Phi Beta sorority “gang members” as footage of a Baltimore Town Hall meeting on Tuesday rolled.
Last night, The Daily Show covered CNN’s horrendous coverage of the White House Correspondent’s Dinner, which took place at the same time protests were erupting in Baltimore following the funeral of Freddie Gray.
The results of a new Quinnipac University poll are just the kind of thing you want to hear as election season ramps up: more U.S. voters said they trusted the news coverage provided by Fox News than NBC, ABC, CBS, MSNBC or CNN.
On Wednesday morning, CNN focused on the real targets of ISIS aggression: Western women.