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.
Sally Buzbee, incoming executive editor of The Associated Press, talks with Brian Stelter about political coverage, Trump's election and the importance of the "press pool."
Is it time to rethink how the president-elect is covered? Brian Stelter asks Aspen Institute president Walter Isaacson, Vox's Ezra Klein, and National Review Online's Charles Cook.
Katrina vanden Heuvel of The Nation and Richard Tofel of ProPublica describe a post-election surge in donations and subscriptions, and what they're doing with the money.
Tim O'Brien, author of "TrumpNation," and Michael D'Antonio, author of "The Truth About Trump, describe what to expect from the president-elect. "He's Mr. Id," O'Brien says.
Walter Isaacson, Ezra Klein, and Charles Cook discuss how the news media should cover hate and harassment without sensationalizing or normalizing it.
It is vital to help viewers distinguish between real journalists who are "trying to get it right," and fake sites that try to trick people, Walter Isaacson says.
The former host of "Top Gear," ousted for punching a producer, is making a big debut on Amazon. Jeremy Clarkson's new show, "The Grand Tour" broke Amazon's streaming records. Clarkson talks to CNNMoney's Maggie Lake about the success of the show.