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  • Napolitano still off the air at Fox 

    Brian Lowry says there may be a connection between Fox's decision to bench Judge Andrew Napolitano and Rupert Murdoch's business interests in the United Kingdom.

  • Differing coverage of two tragic crimes 

    Why do some local crime stories become national news while others do not? Brian Stelter takes a look at coverage of an alleged rape and says "at Fox, all roads lead back to media bias."

  • Differences between "spin" and "lying"  

    "There is a credibility and trust factor that's really in play with this president," April Ryan says. Ryan and Bernstein discuss how press secretary Sean Spicer's credibility is also an issue.

  • Are President Trump's words worthless? 

    Carl Bernstein says Trump "is not a competent leader" and that his presidency "is a bodyguard of lies."

  • Lovett's podcasts: Biased but honest about it  

    Obama speechwriter turned liberal podcaster Jon Lovett says podcasts are an alternative to the "dead language of cable news." He has strong opinions about pro-Trump commentators on TV.

  • Time magazine asks: "Is truth dead?" 

    Should Time say the president is a "liar?" Editor Nancy Gibbs says the audience doesn't care about what they as journalists "think," but rather "what they can find out" about Trump's falsehoods.

  • "Fake news" until it's real news? 

    Conservative radio host John Phillips says he believes Trump's calls to the NYT and Washington Post were "because he was getting killed by the conservative media all week."

  • Health care bill's harshest critics: right-wing media  

    With Breitbart questioning Paul Ryan's future as speaker of the house, John Phillips and Dylan Byers discuss the GOP's sometimes cozy, sometimes contentious relationship with conservative media

  • This tailor makes bulletproof clothing for presidents 

    Miguel Caballero is known as the bulletproof tailor of Bogota. For 25 years the Colombian tailor has been outfitting world leaders in his fashionable bulletproof clothing. And its rumored he's even dressed President Obama.