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  • What Trump's 'Fox cabinet' is telling him 

    Olivia Nuzzi and David Zurawik join Brian Stelter to discuss the NYT's bombshell reporting on Rod Rosenstein, plus the reactions on Fox. "Everyone is a media critic these days, but the problem is that not everyone has a basic understanding of how the media works," Nuzzi says.

  • The disappearance of the White House briefing 

    The White House has effectively ended the daily press briefing. Sarah Sanders has only appeared on-camera at the podium 14 times since June. Olivier Knox, president of the White House Correspondents Association, tells Brian Stelter that he is continuing to advocate for more frequent briefings.

  • Websites are smearing Ford to help Kavanaugh 

    "Try to put yourself in Christine Blasey Ford's shoes for a minute," Brian Stelter says. He dissects the smears that right-wing outlets have been spreading about Ford. Some websites and commentators, he says, have been trying to totally discredit Ford. Others have been trying to sow doubt about her allegations.

  • Washington Post's exclusive access to Dr. Ford 

    Former NYT editor Jill Abramson credits the Washington Post with a "very sensitive and thorough job" interviewing Christine Blasey Ford and revealing her identity. So far the paper is the only news outlet that Ford has spoken with. "She called their tip line first," Abramson notes.

  • How Trump's tweet sparked #WhyIDidntReport 

    Rachel Sklar tells Brian Stelter that Donald Trump was a "lightning rod" in spurring the hashtag #WhyIDidntReport on social media. She accuses Trump was "grope-splaining." Jill Abramson and Charles Blow join the conversation.

  • How much has changed since Anita Hill? 

    Jill Abramson, Charles Blow, and Rachel Sklar join Brian Stelter to compare news coverage of the Clarence Thomas and Brett Kavanaugh confirmation processes. "What I've been struck by is the anger of women that I've heard from," Abramson says. "If they feel unheard at the end of these hearings, I think there are gonna be big political consequences."

  • Comcast outbids 21st Century Fox for Sky 

    Comcast outbid 21st Century Fox and its powerful backer, Disney, in an auction for control of European broadcaster Sky. CNN's Anna Stewart reports.

  • John Carreyrou: Theranos scandal is a cautionary tale 

    John Carreyrou broke the Theranos story in the Wall Street Journal and wrote "Bad Blood," a book about the scandal. He talks with CNN's Julia Chatterley about the rise and fall of the biotech startup.

  • How roasted almonds become marzipan 

    In Lubeck, Germany, marzipan's a big deal. CNN went to find out how Niederegger makes its marzipan from start to finish.