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Right-wing COVID-19 vaccine misinformation "has inarguably cost lives," she said.
CNN commentator S.E. Cupp slammed the "gibberish" and "nonsense" coming from elected Republicans.
CORRECTION: A previous version of this article incorrectly referred to Kraushar as a Fox News employee. He is a media consultant
1. "Today's development with Russia is a great development." Part of the problem here is the way the show is staged. The
A highlight reel of her year on the show followed. Cupp closed by saying, "I'll miss all of you. Thank you for the opportunity
I wish them all the best. God knows CNN needs a winner, and all of us need a newsier, better CNN. After all, I got fired for creating the show.
It's official—CNN is bringing back "Crossfire." TVNewser was first to report news of "Crossfire's" possible return in April
When half the people consulting on your show about how a newsroom operates -- a show that's called The Newsroom -- now lead lives that often involve working half-days and being ushered to and from work in free town cars, realism is going to suffer.