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Border Patrol bosses in California later told agents to ignore the president and follow the law, the CNN host said, citing sources.
"He deserves respect. That doesn't mean he shouldn't be called out on his lies."
The former CBS News anchor warns that "there has been some media complicity" in the candidate's rise.
CNN's Brian Stelter On Why Fox Cut Away From Benghazi Hearing
The real estate mogul has gotten at least four times as much coverage as any other GOP candidate since the Aug. 7 debate.
"So, he committed suicide, he's dead?" O'Reilly says. When asked for comment on the allegations last week, Fox News directed
Following a segment on the release of Sony's "The Interview" Thursday, CNN anchor Ashleigh Banfield wouldn't let Stelter
The November 30, 2014 edition of CNN's Reliable Sources will be remembered for years to come as one of the sleaziest cable-news broadcasts of all-time. Thanks to one deranged booking decision, an episode that could have been dignified ended up being a disaster.
"Let's be real real here, okay?" White said. "The fact is when a cop kills a young black man -- unarmed -- it's a bit different
H/T Mediaite "The Weather Channel has bought into it. As I say it, they've drunk the Kool-Aid,” he said. “But so has all
President Barack Obama does not watch cable news. This was the take away from an interview with former White House Press
Brian Stelter, the host of CNN's media commentary program "Reliable Sources," addressed the network's latest layoffs that
"Reliable Sources" host Brian Stelter added that CNN had a tough debate over whether to play the video on air. But ultimately
Messenger spoke to CNN's Brian Stelter during Sunday's "Reliable Sources," and explained how the newspaper -- which said
The host turned to the Friday Fox News report that said Bergdahl had converted to Islam while in captivity. Stelter said
Watch the full segment above. "To me, it was that extension of my duty as a reporter—it's a very extreme extension of it
Count everyone's favorite astronomer, Neil deGrasse Tyson, among the list of people who think the media should stop giving