CNN’s Jake Tapper chimed in to provide a quick fact check.
Don Lemon said he shouldn't have used Hope Hicks's resignation to point out that Fox News buries stories that are unflattering to President Donald Trump or his White House. "I mean, that was a bad example. And so apologies for that," he said.
A majority of Americans don’t think Trump is doing enough to prevent another foreign influence campaign on U.S. elections, though respondents remain largely split along party lines.
A Parkland history teacher gave an NRA spokesperson a pop quiz
14-year-old Alex Schachter wrote about the hardships of life before his death.
Trump has made the 17 deaths about himself, according to Cooper.
President Donald Trump's invitation to Super Bowl LII remains open, according to sources at NBC.
"'Fake news.' I wonder where he got those words?" said Lemon.
"Fake news. I’m coming to gun you all down," Brandon Griesemer said.
"I don’t know how he could do the job without full access to all the information that is potentially available to him,” Clapper said of Kushner.
“I'm going to build on my ability to communicate with the president better," Tillerson said.
The president's tweet storm Tuesday touched on major issues of domestic and foreign policy, while inducing fears over nuclear war with North Korea.
Twitter did not hesitate to clap back against the conservative after her weed fearmongering.
Trump supporter David Clarke mocks complaints about a tweet showing him kicking CNN in the face.
Trump has frequently been accused of being an autocrat, or absolute ruler who operates outside of the democratic system.
The president still supports his favorite cable news channel.
King said Bannon should be cut off from the Republican Party after Moore's upset loss to Democratic candidate Doug Jones.
Roy Moore's wife said that her and her husband are not anti-Semites. And it was painful to watch.
"Finally, good news from CNN," the White House press secretary tweeted. No, really.