Our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy have changed.

By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to the new Privacy Policy and Terms of Service.

Goldman Sachs execs will skate

Business News Videos
  • Sen. Cardin on Russia's media move, net neutrality 

    Senator Ben Cardin (D-MD) speaks with CNN's Brian Stelter about Russia's decision to label nine American-backed media outlets in Russia as foreign agents and the upcoming vote to roll-back net neutrality.

  • Are Trump's TV habits causing concern? 

    CNN senior political commentator David Axelrod discusses the recent NYT report revealing President Trump's daily TV routine and what he's learned about the podcast world through hosting "The Axe Files," soon to be at 200 episodes.

  • Why did newsrooms make so many mistakes this week?  

     The Atlantic senior editor David Frum and journalist Carl Bernstein discuss why people should still trust the media given recent mistakes.  Frum says "mistakes are precisely the reason that people should trust the media" because "it's the process of bringing truth to light."

  • Bernstein: Fox hosts are abetting a cover-up 

    Carl Bernstein says that many Fox News hosts are "abetting a cover-up" by attacking Robert Mueller's investigation while seeming oblivious to President Trump's factual errors.

  • Bernstein: reporting mistakes are inevitable  

    Legendary journalist Carl Bernstein says, "people are looking for information that reinforces what they already believe" instead of the truth and discusses a reporting mistake he made while covering Watergate.

  • How Moore mastered Trump's anti-media playbook  

    Alabama Media Group state political columnist Kyle Whitmire says the Republican party has created a distorted reality, giving Alabamians a "license to disbelieve things that they don't want to be true."

  • Anonymous political donations could soon be tax deductible 

    Deep in the House Republican tax plan, there's a provision that could lead to billions of dollars of tax-deductible money being routed into political campaigns. CNNMoney's Jon Sarlin explains why a rollback of the Johnson Amendment could be the next "Citizens United."

  • Why U.S. State Department vacancies are a big deal 

    Nearly 11 months into the Trump administration, and ten months since Secretary of State Rex Tillerson took office, the State Department continues to grapple with vacancies across its senior ranks. CNN's Becky Anderson reports.

  • UK, EU reach breakthrough Brexit agreement 

    The UK and the European Union reached a significant milestone in their pursuit of a Brexit deal, breaking a deadlock and allowing talks to move on to a crucial second phase.