The "CNN This Morning" reporters briefly shared memories of their fired colleague, but it seemed forced.
"Stop attacking the press!" Harlow snaps at deputy press secretary Brian Morgenstern.
The Minnesota Democrat argued on CNN that her toughness is necessary on the world stage.
The Time Warner Center was cleared after a “suspicious package” constructed with a pipe and wires was discovered in CNN's mailroom.
CNN Anchor Passes Out On Live TV
When you get right down to it, it is pretty heartbreaking to think that we have to teach our sons not to rape and that we have to explain to them that women are their equal and are worthy of their respect -- regardless of whether those women are drunk, sober, or something in between.
Crowley, Harlow and Callan need to think about the young victim and the physical, mental, and emotional trauma she has been through. They need to question the place of football in our society. They need to stop blaming the victim.
Even as I'm writing these words Twitter is buzzing like a hornets' nest with vituperative venom for CNN's Candy Crowley and Poppy Harlow.
CNN appears to have bet on the emotions of those it could show on camera -- for obvious reasons, the victim's identity has been protected, and the victim's family was not shown weeping in court. Networks know that people crying make for great TV. It's telling that this tone continued over multiple segments, despite a cadre of tweets and blog posts deriding the network's earlier coverage.