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Renee DiResta and Yael Eisenstat discuss the Wall Street Journal's "Facebook Files" series. "Lawmakers on both sides see there are real problems, but there's no real consensus what to do about them," DiResta says. Eisenstat says "it's time for the government to step up and protect the public."
Congressman Adam Smith (D-WA) talks with Brian Stelter about the aftermath of Jan. 6 and other threats to democracy. He says the new book "Peril" misrepresents one of his conversations with Gen. Mark Milley. Smith expresses support for Milley amid controversy.
"I have been told many times that all we need to do is ignore Donald and this will all go away -- and that's absurd," Mary Trump says. "He's a clear and present danger" and "he continues to be propped up by his entire party."
Brian Stelter points out that the press outnumbered the protesters in Washington on Saturday. "Some of the images can get kind of ridiculous," Evan Osnos says, but rally attendance "is not a sign that these kinds of divisions have gone away." David Zurawik says the dangers of far-right extre…
The man who had failed runs leading defenses in Detroit and Washington started with a dud in Green Bay and his positivity isn't very reassuring.
The three-star running back was suspended on Aug. 31 by Badgers coach Paul Chryst after an altercation with a teammate in a residence hall.
CNN's Brian Stelter speaks with Renee DiResta, Research Manager at Stanford Internet Observatory, and Yael Eisenstat, Future of Democracy Fellow at the Berggruen Institute, about people at home doing their own research into the Covid-19 vaccines.
In the earliest days of the pandemic, why did scientists, first consider, then quickly dismiss that this virus could be bio-engineered? A CNN special report, hosted by Dr. Sanjay Gupta, delves into the potential origins of the virus that caused the pandemic. -- Sunday at 8 p.m. ET/PT on CNN.
CNN's Brian Stelter says that Fox News and other right-wing media outlets lie by omission to their audiences and it's a pattern that occurs over and over.