David Zurawik explores Trump's mastery of Twitter and suggests social media users could use the sites to demand truth from politicians.
Brian Stelter says journalists shouldn't just report and fact-check Trump's lies, they should try to examine where the claims come from and why Trump chooses to say them.
"Democracy Now!" host Amy Goodman, who was threatened with arrest for her coverage of the Standing Rock protest, explains why the stand off seems to be coming to a head.
Progressive CNN commentator Van Jones, who has been interviewing Trump supporters, discusses why the truth is so "messy" after the election and the importance of listening to all sides.
Frank Sesno says Trump's choice not to hold a post-election press conference breaks with precedent and "is not a made-up press issue."
John Huey, Salena Zito and Frank Sesno discuss whether Trump's rhetoric against the media is reminiscent of strongman tactics in other countries.
Frank Sesno describes why the president-elect's anti-media rhetoric is disturbing. Salena Zito says many of Trump's voters are entertained by his attacks against the "dishonest" media.
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump claims, without evidence, that voter fraud took place in states won by Hillary Clinton, but state election officials are pushing back, saying Trump is wrong and undermining confidence in the system. CNN's Jeff Zeleny reports.
British niche automaker Morgan Motor is making its first foray into the electric car market with this limited edition three wheeler.