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On this week's podcast: investigations editor Jeff Leen discusses the DEA database tracking the path of every pain pill in the country and the Post's decision to make the data publicly available, including to rival newsrooms...
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Reliable Sources Sep 16
"Slut-shaming is a very common tactic that is employed against women to sort of shut down their voices, to make them irrelevant, to say that they can't be leaders... and I didn't want this particular incident to go unchallenged," says
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Reliable Sources Sep 15
"Slut-shaming is a very common tactic that is employed against women to... shutdown their voices.” Hill TV’s Krystal Ball discusses Rush Limbaugh’s attacks and false allegations about her posing for nude photos as a minor.
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Reliable Sources Sep 15
The New York Times journalists who broke the Harvey Weinstein story wrote a book about their reporting. “We really want people to read this book and feel what we felt, which is that even at a time when everything seems so stuck… facts can cause social change,” says.
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Reliable Sources Sep 15
President Trump is winning the messaging war about impeachment, while Democrats are struggle with mixed messaging. “The mixed messages have become the story instead of the substance," CNN's says.
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Reliable Sources Sep 15
Coming up on today's program: "She Said" authors Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey discuss the movement and the power of investigative journalism. 11am ET on .
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Reliable Sources Sep 14
This week on our podcast: A preview of the Covering Climate Now initiative, which gets underway this weekend. shares the details
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Reliable Sources Sep 13
On this week's "Reliable Sources" podcast, 's previews Covering Climate Now, a project "aimed at strengthening the media's focus on the climate crisis."
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Brian Stelter Sep 8
Sunday night's >> leading with big books coming out this week >>
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Reliable Sources Sep 8
. has the same question as : "Where will this end?"
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Reliable Sources Sep 8
Steve Kroft reflects on his 30-year career with “60 minutes” and talks about what’s next. “I’d like to be able to do something that's a little bit different. Some hour documentaries, nonfiction television… maybe a series of documentaries.”
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Reliable Sources Sep 8
Did the language used to cover President Trump’s false tweets about Hurricane Dorian and Alabama end up helping him? digs into
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James Poniewozik Sep 8
I’ll be on CNN’s with today, talking about Audience of One. 11 am ET. Enjoy!
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Reliable Sources Sep 8
today's guests: , , , , and . Live on CNN @ 11am ET
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Reliable Sources Sep 7
Legendary journalist Steve Kroft is saying goodbye to "60 Minutes" after 30 years. Tune in Sunday for his sit-down with , at 11am ET on ...
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Reliable Sources Sep 6
"The Apprentice," tells , "presented Donald Trump himself and his business as a given... You didn't question that. It's like... you don't question the island on 'Survivor.' He was the island of 'The Apprentice.'" 👂
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Reliable Sources Sep 6
On this week's "Reliable Sources" pod, ' chief TV critic previews his new book... : Why did you feel you had to write "Audience of One?" : Because the guy from "The Apprentice" became president.
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Reliable Sources Sep 5
Trump's transition from host of "The Apprentice" to "the most powerful person in the world... happened because of TV. It happened through TV." Hear more from on this week's "Reliable Sources" podcast
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Reliable Sources Sep 5
On this week's "Reliable Sources" podcast, joins to discuss his brand-new book "Audience of One: Donald Trump, Television and the Fracturing of America" 📺
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Reliable Sources Sep 3
"It is not OK to have a presidential candidate being so loose with facts," says
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