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Van Jones: ‘How Do I Explain This To My Children?’

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CNN’s Van Jones delivered an emotional response to Trump’s win Tuesday night, and spoke about the “Whitelash” that pushed the candidate to a victory. “This was a whitelash against a changing country,” Jones said. “People have talked about a miracle,” Jones said. “I’m hearing about...

CNN Parts Ways With Donna Brazile

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“We are completely uncomfortable with what we have learned about her interactions with the Clinton campaign” — Hillary Clinton Campaign Spokesperson CNN announced on Monday that they were parting ways with Donna Brazile amid the Hillary Clinton email leaks posted by Wikileaks. According to the...

CNN Set to Launch Nigerian Bureau

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CNN is going abroad and launching a new multi-platform in Nigeria. “This is a truly integrated role, and one that underlines CNN’s commitment to both Nigeria and Africa as a whole.  Stephanie will work across our platforms on both news and feature content.  In particular,...

CNN Writer Files Discrimination Lawsuit Against The Network

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A former writer for CNN has filed a $500,000 racial discrimination lawsuit  against the network, the second one the network has faced this year. According to Ricky L. Blalock’s lawsuit, the network “intentionally and willfully violated Mr. Blalock’s right to be free from race-based discrimination in his...

Trump Thinks He’s Going To Win the African-American Vote; Says He’s Not Racist

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What do you get when you sit Don Lemon and Donald Trump in a room? You have Lemon asking those hard hitting questions, like, “Are you racist” and Trump emphatically denying it. “I am the least racist person that you have ever met,” Trump told...

Open Thread: Is CNN A Reputable Outlet Anymore?

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CNN…really? https://t.co/kA92JOjL1x pic.twitter.com/juGp9AGrfE — Lauren Galik (@lauren_galik) November 30, 2015 The latest internet blunder to come out of Atlanta, surprisingly, isn’t related to Love & Hip-Hop, it has to do with CNN and the not-so-subtle prejudice underlining its coverage of the trial of one officer...