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  • Is the First Amendment under attack? 

    Are President Trump's attack on the media unprecedented? CNN Senior Media Correspondent Brian Stelter reports.

  • Trump's Sweden remark inspired by Fox News story 

    President Trump's cable news fixation can now have international ripple effects -- his recent remarks about a terrorist attack in Sweden that never happened, inspired by a Fox News story, caused international confusion.

  • Breitbart's Milo uninvited to CPAC conference 

    Breitbart editor and controversial Internet personality Milo Yiannopoulos will no longer speak at the annual CPAC conference after organizers rescinded his invitation. CNN's Suzanne Malveaux reports.

  • Trump's mention of Sweden raises questions 

    President Trump's reference to "what's happening last night in Sweden" is raising many questions around the Internet.

  • Yiannopoulos confronted on Maher 

    Controversial far right-wing speaker Milo Yiannopoulos makes an appearance on "Real Time with Bill Maher."

  • Getting answers from Trump's White House 

    NYT White House correspondent Glenn Thrush talks about the White House press office and responds to Reince Priebus's assertion that anonymous sources should not be quoted in news stories.

  • Democracy demands media literacy 

    Brian Stelter challenges media and tech companies to invest in media literacy efforts. He says news consumers need more information about how journalists try to seek the truth and do their jobs.

  • Focus on the Trump's actions, not words 

    RedState's Jay Caruso says journalists should talk less about themselves and more about Trump is doing. NYT's Glenn Thrush agrees, describing three important storylines about the Trump administration.

  • Justifying leaks from anonymous sources 

    RedState's Jay Caruso says journalists should talk less about themselves and more about Trump is doing. NYT's Glenn Thrush agrees, describing three important storylines about the Trump administration.