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  • How a 'Rogue One' planet got its name 

    Gareth Edwards, director of 'Rogue One: A Star Wars Story,' tells CNN's Frank Pallotta his inspiration for naming a planet in the film: his coffee.

  • 'Rogue One' director on CGI actor controversy 

    'Rogue One: A Star Wars Story' director Gareth Edwards sits down with CNN's Frank Pallotta to discuss fan backlash against the CGI versions of Peter Cushing and Carrie Fisher in the film.

  • Trump: I've predicted things before 

    The Washington Bureau Chief for Time Magazine, Michael Scherer, discusses President Donald Trump's credibility after an interview with the President.

  • Sean Spicer's credibility problem 

    On Monday, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said Paul Manafort, Trump's one-time campaign chief, had a "very limited role" for a "very limited period of time." It's just the latest example of Spicer's growing credibility gap. Brian Stelter looks at Spicer's record... and why it matters.

  • Stelter: Trump has a Fox News fixation  

    CNN's Brian Stelter describes how Trump's presidency is being "shaped by Fox News," and how Fox's influence sparked an international incident.

  • Legendary columnist Jimmy Breslin dies 

    "He was contentious, combative, colorful." What lessons can be learned from Jimmy Breslin's career? NPR's David Folkenflik says "he stuck up for the little guy" and "believed firmly in the idea of social progress."

  • "Social media has become weaponized," Swisher says 

    Facebook is like a "beautiful suburb" marred by "broken glass and trash," Recode's Kara Swisher says. What about Twitter? It's a "hellscape."

  • Swisher says she's serious about running for mayor 

    Tech writer Kara Swisher tells Brian Stelter that she is seriously contemplating a run for San Francisco mayor, maybe sooner than expected.

  • Why PBS says it needs federal funding  

    PBS president and CEO Paula Kerger tells Brian Stelter that some local PBS stations "would immediately go off the air" if the Congress adopts Trump's proposed budget.