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    David Gergen says President Trump's erratic tweeting "reminds me very much of the last days of President Nixon," but says this has been Trump's pattern "for some time." Gergen and Dan Pfeiffer connect Trump's attacks against the media and the FBI to larger concerns about American democracy.

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    Robert Mueller's newest indictments reveal Russia's information war. Brian Stelter says it's still happening now, and it's highlighting the importance of news and tech literacy. This is "going to get worse before it gets better," he says.

  • How 'catch and kill' is used to bury news stories 

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    Deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein gives details on some of the 13 Russian nationals and three Russian entities indicted by special counsel Robert Mueller for allegedly meddling in the 2016 presidential election, charged with conspiracy to defraud the United States.

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    CNNMoney's Ahiza Garcia sits down with NBA Commissioner Adam Silver to discuss why his players are more socially active than some other athletes and how basketball fits into the American Dream.

  • Will the NBA All-Star Game draft ever be televised? 

    The NBA switched up the format of its All-Star game this year, letting captains pick their teams. But the draft wasn't televised -- will it ever be? CNNMoney's Ahiza Garcia sits down with NBA Commissioner Adam Silver to find out.

  • Cyril Ramaphosa sworn in as South Africa's president 

    Cyril Ramaphosa has been confirmed as the new president of South Africa in a parliamentary vote just hours after the scandal-plagued Jacob Zuma resigned from the role.