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Preview: Exclusive Interview with Glenn Greenwald

Above, Brian Stelter talks with Glenn Greenwald in his first interview since The Guardian and The Washington Post received the Pulitzer Prize for public service. Greenwald was a member of the Guardian team that reported on NSA mass surveillance programs using documents leaked by Edward Snowden last year. 31 more words

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My top 6 sources for reliable news and analysis

Here are my top six sources for reliable news and analysis at present. Any one of them puts the mainstream media completely and utterly to shame. 396 more words

From Brian: 6 takeaways from April 13 show

If you weren’t able to tune in on Sunday, here were some of the moments that really stood out to me:

1. Senator Al Franken joined me to discuss his opposition to the proposed Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger, days after he participated in a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing about it. 621 more words

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Sen. Franken: "I don't like this revolving door between regulators and Comcast" on CNN's Reliable Sources

Today on CNN’s Reliable Sources hosted by Brian Stelter, Sen. Al Franken (D-MI), member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, discussed the recent hearings on the potential Comcast and Time Warner Cable merger. 1,821 more words

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The British are coming

A final thought from Brian Stelter about the influx of executives joining American media organizations from across the pond. Also, a look ahead to Monday’s Pulitzer Prize announcement; should NSA reporting be honored?

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The Chinese perspective on MH-370

CCTV America correspondent Jim Spellman tells Brian Stelter how the state-run Chinese network has been covering the story of the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.

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Alaska newspaper sold to online rival

By Brian Stelter, CNN

Five years ago, the largest newspaper in the state of Alaska, the Anchorage Daily News, published a skeptical Q&A with the editor of a startup news Web site called the  121 more words

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