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  • Hollywood reacts to Oscars mix-up 

    Barry Jenkins, Emma Stone and some of the key figures from "La La Land" and "Moonlight" react backstage to the Oscars mix-up.

  • The Cadillac ad that got political  

    During the Oscars, Cadillac launched a commercial addressing a divided nation.

  • The Oscars in 60 seconds 

    The 89th annual Academy Awards, hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, was full of surprises.

  • Watch: Best Picture mix-up on stage 

    Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty presented "La La Land" as the winner of the best picture award, and the celebration began on stage but was quickly ended when one of the "La La Land" winners pointed out that in fact "Moonlight" had won the award.

  • Covering Trump outside the DC "bubble" 

    Atlanta Journal-Constitution editor Kevin Riley talks with Brian Stelter about what it's like to cover Trump administration policies from far beyond the beltway.

  • The better way to fact-check Trump 

    Linguist George Lakoff offers recommendations for effective fact-checks. He says journalists should frame stories by sharing the truth; then briefly reporting a politician's falsehood; then focusing intently on the truth.

  • Trump voters "tired" of negative news 

    "The story is what he's done," not Trump's anti-media attacks, Trump supporter Amy Kremer says. "I mean, honestly, I'm tired of hearing about all this. I'm really tired of it."

  • The real definition of "fake news" 

    Brian Stelter take a deeper look at how the term "fake news" has been co-opted by President Trump. He endorses a new way to talk about "fabricated stories" and other forms of misinformation.

  • NYT editor: Trump's attacks are "failing" 

    The New York Times executive editor Dean Baquet talks with Brian Stelter about Trump's attempts to "minimize" journalism; the silver lining to Trump's attacks; and the necessity of anonymous sources.