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  • Trump issues warning to Kim after reports of 'important' test


    on December 8, 2019 at 8:38 PM

    North Korean state media are reporting that a "very important test" took place at one of the country's missile sites. CNN's Jeremy Diamond reports from the White House where President Trump has issued a warning to Kim Jong Un. […]



  • Patterson: 'the partisan divide' is 'a media divide'


    on December 8, 2019 at 7:13 PM

    Harvard professor Thomas Patterson, author of the new book "How America Lost Its Mind," says "motivated reasoning" is at work in the impeachment inquory. People "start with a bias and then we try to find facts that kind of align with that," he says. "We have an enormous capacity for selective reception." […]



  • Bloomberg dismisses concerns from Bloomberg reporters


    on December 8, 2019 at 7:12 PM

    Michael Bloomberg says reporters at his news outlet, Bloomberg News, should accept the restrictions that resulted from his decision to run for president, but others disagree. "Just because they get a paycheck does not mean that they should abdicate their journalistic freedom," Irin Carmon says. Olivia Nuzzi says the media mogul's handling of the matter is "really embarrassing." […]



  • Tucker Carlson and the Russification of the GOP


    on December 8, 2019 at 7:12 PM

    David Frum critiquing the Fox host's soft spot for Russia: When Carlson "champions Russian nationalism on his show, he's not talking about the actual Russia, the murders, the assassinations, the stealing on a scale so obscene that it dazzles Donald Trump... he is expressing a commitment to an ideological cause that so excites his viewers." […]



  • How phones are reshaping how we interact with the news


    on December 8, 2019 at 7:11 PM

    A new study spearheaded by The Guardian examines how smartphones affect the news we see. Damon De Ionni, the study's lead researcher from an agency called Revealing Reality, tells Stelter, "It doesn't matter how smart you are or your politics, we're all going to be kind of ending up in a little bit of a bubble one way or another, and we have to work hard to get outside of that." […]



  • Sinclair reporter's question for Pelosi: Fair or unfair?


    on December 8, 2019 at 7:09 PM

    The Reliable Sources panel discusses James Rosen's "do you hate the president?" question directed at Nancy Pelosi. Irin Carmon says Rosen can "ask whatever he wants, but I also think that this is about facts and not about feelings... It doesn't matter what it's Nancy Pelosi's heart, it matters that the House is exercising its constitutional duty of oversight." […]



  • Frum: Dems need better ways to communicate about impeachment


    on December 8, 2019 at 7:08 PM

    Which side is winning the impeachment messaging war? "We're all losing," Olivia Nuzzi quips. David Frum says Democrats should rethink how they're communicating. "Americans are hearing from the president that he is not getting a fair process. They need to hear back from the House that the president is sabotaging the process," Frum says. […]



  • Trump's hypocrisy about anonymous sources


    on December 8, 2019 at 7:07 PM

    Trump tweeted that people should "only accept information" that "has an actual living name on it," but his own White House aides routinely ask for anonymity. Carl Bernstein "we would know nothing in this country were it not for the use of anonymous sources." […]



  • Bernstein knocks GOP for resisting 'fact-based debate'


    on December 8, 2019 at 7:06 PM

    Carl Bernstein says "there is no indication, thus far, that the Republicans are willing to engage in a real fact-based debate about the conduct of Donald Trump and his obvious, evident, demonstrable corruption." He also says "there's a lot of new information that we ought to be seeking, particularly about the president's relations and conversations with Vladimir Putin" and other leaders. […]



  • Caroll Spinney, 'Sesame Street' puppeteer, dies at 85


    on December 8, 2019 at 7:00 PM

    Caroll Spinney, the legendary puppeteer behind "Sesame Street" characters Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch, has died at the age of 85, according to Sesame Workshop. […]

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    Iraq's prime minister resigns after months of protests, online sales set a Black Friday record, and music helps rehabilitate inmates at a South Carolina prison. […]

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