Lawyers for U.S. President Donald Trump and his re-election campaign have threatened in a letter to sue CNN for what they said was the network falsely advertising itself as a news organization, calling on executives to first discuss an "appropriate resolution" to the matter that would include a "substantial" payment to cover damages. The letter, dated Oct. 16 and made public on Friday, is the latest threat by Trump to sue a media organization over what he sees as unfair media coverage since launching his 2016 presidential campaign, although no lawsuits have been filed. Rebecca Tushnet, a professor of false advertising law at Harvard Law School, said there was "no merit" to the letter's legal arguments and that she doubted a lawsuit would ever be filed.
The former secretary of defense took jabs at Trump's draft deferments, his diet, and took the president's latest insult as a compliment.
Viewers of the Democratic debate overwhelmingly agreed that the question based on Ellen and George W. Bush's friendship was a waste of time.
Protestors in the audience interrupted the Equality Town Hall to bring awareness to violence against trans women of color.
Inspired by Ellen's defense of her friendship with George W. Bush, Neil Cavuto praised some big names from competing cable news networks.
CNN’s Anderson Cooper presses Representative Maxine Waters over controversial ‘solitary confinement’ tweet directed at President Trump.
Jake Tapper and Anderson Cooper operate in different lanes at CNN. Cooper is the affable primetime newsman; Tapper is the Washington anchor focused on government and the White House. What circumstances might get them to join forces? The duo held forth at 11 p.m. on CNN for a few nights last week — not the […]
Rudy Giuliani admits to urging Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden in bizarre, heated interview with CNN’s Chris Cuomo.
Fox News and CNN had a field day with Sean Spicer's flamboyant "Dancing With the Stars" debut, while Spicer claimed his shirt and song were "payback."
Joe Biden got called out at CNN's town hall for an upcoming fundraiser that's co-hosted by a fossil fuel CEO.
The Mayor of San Juan, Carmen Yulín Cruz disputes Trump tweet, telling him to “get out of the way” as Puerto Rico braces for tropical storm Dorian.
Republican presidential candidate, Joe Walsh, responds to his past racist tweets and reveals that his radio show was canceled during CNN interview.
Presidential candidates Cory Booker and Julián Castro react to Jill Biden's suggestion that voters should look at "electability" over policy.
Chris Cuomo is getting support from CNN and Fox News' Sean Hannity after he lashed out at a man heckling him at a Shelter Island, N.Y. bar on Sunday.
The former White House communications director said President Donald Trump was "giving people a license to hate."
CNN’s Brooke Baldwin used her Monday night show to make a chilling point: The moments that leave the largest impact can sometimes take the smallest amount of time. Baldwin counted to 30 as footage from the weekend’s shooting in Dayton, Ohio, played, showing how quickly the whole incident happened. Also Read: Jimmy Kimmel Says It's Late Night's Job to Talk Mass Shootings Because 'Nobody Is Doing Anything About It at All' “In just 30 seconds, a gunman murdered nine people and left 37 injured right here in Dayton, Ohio. In just 30 seconds, police took down that gunman, saving hundreds of lives. And in just 30 seconds, you can call your elected representative and demand they do something about this,” she said. Baldwin and with her afternoon CNN show join a chorus of politicians and celebrities using the weekend’s two mass shootings to call for change. Also Read: Scaramucci: 'There's Definitely Linkage' Between Trump's Immigration Language and Shootings CNN did not immediately return request for comment, but as Poynter’s Tom Jones pointed out in Tuesday morning’s newsletter, this is not the first time Baldwin has used her platform to make a point about shootings. In May, she said nothing during...
Joining Chris Cuomo in Texas, Beto O’Rourke blasts Trump's history of racist rhetoric and explains why he doesn’t want him visiting El Paso after this weekend's shooting.
Tulsi Gabbard appeared on Fox News and CNN to defend herself from comments made by Kamala Harris following Wednesday's Democratic debate.
Trevor Noah and Stephen Colbert take shots at CNN during live episodes of the "Daily Show" and "Late Show" following night one of the second Democratic debates.
Twitter reacts to CNN turning their Democratic debate selection process into a live television event called The Draw
The writer of the Vogue profile excluding Marianne Williamson understands the criticism, but there's one specific reason the other five female presidential candidates were featured.
Democratic presidential candidate Marianne Williamson is not happy about being the only female candidate not featured in a new spread in Vogue.
Don Lemon didn't mince words expressing how he feels about Trump's anti-immigrant rhetoric, or his focus on stopping illegal immigration at the southern border and not elsewhere.
On his return to CNN after the passing of his mother, Gloria Vanderbilt, just three days earlier, Anderson Cooper paid a touching and emotional tribute.