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  • David Hogg meets Dan Rather 

    David Hogg is one of the student survivors leading the "Never Again" campaign. He is also thinking about majoring in journalism. In this interview with Brian Stelter, Hogg also speaks with veteran news anchor Dan Rather about student activism and media coverage. Rather offers Hogg some career advice.

  • Media bashing unites conservatives at CPAC 

    Brian Stelter says CPAC featured media criticism that was "destructive" instead of "constructive." Doug Heye and John Avlon both weigh in on this trend.

  • Reality intrudes on Trump's 'fantasyland' 

    Dan Rather, Sarah Westwood, and Doug Heye discuss President Trump's "fantasyland," including tweets that misquoted Fox News stories. Rather equated the White House's spreading of falsehoods to a "fertilizer spreader in a wind storm."

  • No, the media does not 'love mass shootings' 

    Lulu Ramadan, a 23-year-old reporter who has already covered three mass shootings, responds to the NRA's inflammatory talking points about the media. John Avlon also joins the conversation and explains why the NRA is trying to "deflect and distract."

  • Glenn Beck: 'We have to start looking to heal' 

    Glenn Beck shares his thoughts on how to "heal" the country's media divide with Brian Stelter. He talks about his past on Fox News, stresses the need for "calm conversations," and discusses CNN's recent town hall.

  • Bank of America exec: Why I pulled back  

    Bank of America Vice Chairman Anne Finucane says pulling back from her career to raise her family was not easy, but she knew she had to do it. She tells CNN's Poppy Harlow that she may not have been able to rise as quickly as she'd hoped, but she doesn't regret those decisions.

  • How Bank of America 'reset its compass' after the financial crisis 

    Bank of America Vice Chairman Anne Finucane says the bank went through a "near death experience" following the 2008 financial crisis. She tells CNN's Poppy Harlow that she thinks the financial crisis would not have been as severe if there was more diversity at the top of banks.

  • Donald Trump Jr. wraps India trip with 'Fireside Chat' 

    Donald Trump Jr.'s four city tour has raised concerns about over-selling the Trump brand while his father is in the White House. CNNMoney's John Defterios reports.

  • Out and proud - gay athletes 

    PyeongChang 2018 will be an Olympics remembered, not for medals, but milestones. For the first time, two openly gay American athletes competed in the games.