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Berlusconi's legacy of scandal

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  • Fact Check: Trump's diversity lottery comments 

    CNN's Jake Tapper looks at claims President Trump has made a few times about the Diversity Immigrant Visa Program.

  • The impact of Carillion's collapse 

    Construction firm Carillion, which employs 43,000 people around the world, is going into liquidation. Roughly three-quarters of its sales come from the U.K., where it has hundreds of contracts with the government.

  • Does Trump really want tougher libel laws? 

    As President Trump and Michael Wolff trade insults on Twitter, Norman Pearlstine and Steven Brill tell Brian Stelter that Trump might want to think twice about changing libel laws.

  • Why journalists are asking 'Is Trump a racist?' 

    Van Jones and David Zurawik join Brian Stelter to discuss the fallout from President Trump's "shithole countries" comment. Was it a turning point in how newsrooms report on racist language?

  • Optics of Trump's 'stable genius' tour 

    From a 55-minute immigration discussion to a lengthy interview with the Wall Street Journal, President Trump sought to convey leadership and stability. Did it work? Lynn Sweet and David Zurawik discuss.

  • Oprah 2020: Serious chance or media hype? 

    Oprah Winfrey is thinking about running for president. Are journalists approaching the story correctly? Lynn Sweet and David Zurawik react to Winfrey's Golden Globes speech and the notion of a 2020 campaign.

  • The White House disputes WSJ's quote 

    Sarah Sanders is calling the Wall Street Journal "fake news." Both sides have released audio tapes. Brian Stelter says there might be more behind this fight over a word.

  • Reuters reporters facing prison in Myanmar 

    Two Reuters journalists could face 14 years in prison if found guilty of violating Myanmar's Official Secrets Act. Reuters editor Steve Adler speaks with Brian Stelter about the case.

  • New York City wants oil companies to pay for climate change 

    New York City has become the first major U.S. city that plans to divest its pension funds from all fossil fuel investments. The City also filed a lawsuit against five large oil companies for contributing to climate change.