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  • The week in media news with Bill Carter 

    Bill Carter and Brian Stelter run through some of the week's biggest media stories -- from a NYT reporter "being fed a story" while dining in the same restaurant as Trump's lawyer, to Sean Spicer's controversial Emmys appearance, to Megyn Kelly's new show.

  • Carl Bernstein: Russia probes are 'closing in' 

    Carl Bernstein says Robert Mueller's investigation is not focused on "collusion" but rather on "cover up." He says it's "certain that Russians were "deadly effective" in "specifically helping Donald Trump" and he has advice for the journalists covering the story.

  • Warner wants a new law tracking political ads 

    Senator Mark Warner, who is pressing Facebook for more information about Russian ads, is proposing new legislation to ensure more transparency for political ads on the web. Warner tells Brian Stelter that Trump's "refusal to acknowledge what happened" in terms of Russian meddling in the 2016 election "does our country a disservice."

  • Kimmel 'more accurate' than GOP on health bill 

    Jimmy Kimmel put "a face to the story" and drew national attention to the Graham-Cassidy bill debate, CNN media analyst Bill Carter says. Kimmel has a much larger platform "than most of us health policy reporters," Vox's Sarah Kliff adds. She says that Kimmel's criticism of the bill was generally correct.

  • How Trump is changing sports coverage  

    Christine Brennan says Trump's comments about the NFL have "presented the most amazing journalistic platter" to sports reporters, and that "there's no doubt this is one of the biggest sports stories and cultural stories" in years.

  • Is Trump's attack against the NFL racist? 

    Former NFL wide receiver Donté Stallworth says that when it comes to the word "racist," "I don't sling [that] around lightly." Regarding Trump and the NFL, Stallworth says "I don't need to say whether he's a white supremacist or a racist because his own actions speak for themselves."

  • NFL preaches unity in response to Trump 

    Coy Wire, Christine Brennan, and Donté Stallworth discuss the president's battle with the NFL. "If there's one group of people in this country that might have more of a megaphone than Donald Trump, it's probably the NFL," Brennan says.

  • Ravens, Jaguars kneel during national anthem 

    Players from the Baltimore Ravens and Jacksonville Jaguars took a knee during the national anthem at London's Wembley Stadium just days after President Trump suggested they should be fired for doing so.

  • See the 'unity' ad the NFL is airing after Trump's attack  

    With President Trump taking aim at the NFL and its players who protest during the national anthem, the league is broadcasting a message of unity: a one minute ad that it produced for the Super Bowl earlier this year. It was originally made to "demonstrate the power of football to bring people together," the league said.