Last night with Anderson Cooper on Bravo’s “Watch What Happens Live,” the CNN host was asked by a caller what he thought of the controversy over at “Live with Kelly and Michael” and, of course, host Andy Cohen asked if he would take the job as co-host if asked. Check out the clip. Also, in the Clubhouse post-show video, Cooper and […]
While one might think that now that marriage equality is law thanks to the Supreme Court ruling last week, there are still roadblocks being put up by those who don’t agree. CNN’s “Anderson Cooper 360” featured a report last night about a couple in Texas who is having problems obtaining what is now legally theirs […]
Chief Justice Roy Moore isn’t a fan of gay marriage, as evident in this interview with CNN’s Chris Cuomo. The laws have changed and Alabama is to allow gay marriage to proceed but, well, Moore still isn’t a fan of that happening and is denying marriage licenses despite the Federal Court ruling to do so. […]
Newsman Bill Weir might become “funnyman Bill Weir” and CNN might morph into the Comedy News Network under a reported plan to develop a light-hearted late-night show.
A filmmaker who was making a documentary about Hillary Clinton for CNN says he is backing out of the project because few people would cooperate with him.
For anyone watching CNN, it’s been hard to miss the sunny reminders popping up on the bottom of the screen that Monday is the debut of the “New Day” morning show.
It’s the dawn of a “New Day” at CNN as the cable news channel announces a new morning show set to debut later this spring. Details …
As CNN plots to recapture its former glory under new chief Jeff Zucker, one of its best-known titles is being eyed for restoration. It’s “Crossfire,” which persisted in various incarnations from 1982 until 2005. And now, the title is back on the table as a possible “new” talk show on CNN, according to this story […]
Jake Tapper’s mission before starting his new CNN show has been to make sure people know that he’s more than a political wonk.