LeBron James Accuses Donald Trump Of Using Sports As A Wedge To Divide Americans

Four-time NBA MVP LeBron James spoke out against the president during an interview Monday with CNN’s Don Lemon. “You know, we are in a position right now in America where this race thing [has] taken over. I believe our president is kinda trying to divide us. He is — I don’t want to say kinda. He’s dividing us,” James said […]

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First Of Secret #TrumpTapes Leaks, Hear Trump Tell Michael Cohen To Pay Off Playboy Model 'With Cash'

Tape reveals that Trump knew about payoff to ‘Playboy’ Playmate Karen McDougal during 2016 presidential campaign, contradicting earlier denials. A 2016 conversation made by Donald Trump’s longtime personal lawyer and “fixer” Michael Cohen, who is facing a federal criminal investigation in New York, aired on CNN Tuesday night — a tape on which Trump can be heard instructing Cohen to […]

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Facebook’s First Wave of Funded News Shows Will Debut July 16, With More on the Way

The first fruits of Facebook’s multimillion-dollar investment in news programming from brand-name TV networks and digital media companies will go live next week — and the social giant has announced another half-dozen news shows that it’s funding. Starting on Monday, July 16, programming from CNN, Fox News Channel, Univision, ABC News and others will be featured in a dedicated news […]

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Dennis Rodman weeps over historic North Korea summit

SINGAPORE — Former NBA star Dennis Rodman openly wept on television in a live interview from Singapore as President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un met for the first time. The eccentric former reality television star is one of the few westerners to have spent time with Kim during multiple visits to Pyongyang and the two struck […]

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Anderson Cooper Says That Anthony Bourdain Must Have Been In A Lot Of Pain

Cooper’s brother also committed suicide Last night on his show Anderson Cooper 360, Cooper teared up when he remembered his friend, Anthony Bourdain after the chef and writer committed suicide. Cooper and other hosts from CNN spoke of Bourdain and his skills as a storyteller in a segment called “Remembering Anthony Bourdain.” Cooper opened the show saying that many people […]

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Facebook Paying for News Shows From ABC News, CNN, Fox News, Univision, Others

After going through the fake-news wringer, Facebook is shelling out money on original news content. The strategy is partly aimed at driving up viewing on its Facebook Watch platform — but it also is supposed to demonstrate the social-media giant’s commitment to funding trustworthy journalism. The initial shows, fully funded by Facebook, come from seven partners: TV news orgs ABC […]

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Morgan Freeman’s lawyer demands apology from CNN over ‘scandalous vendetta’

Morgan Freeman’s lawyer is demanding that CNN apologize over its story accusing the actor of sexual misconduct against eight women – and slammed the reporting as an “unjustified and scandalous vendetta” against the Oscar winner. In a lengthy letter to CNN President Jeff Zucker, lawyer Robert Schwartz accused the network of “malicious intent, falsehoods, slight-of-hand [sic], an absence of editorial […]

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Jake Tapper Mocks Donald Trump’s Nickname Fail: ‘He’s Lost His Ability’

CNN anchor Jake Tapper thinks President Donald Trump may be a busted flush when it comes to making up derisive nicknames for his rivals. Tapper told talk-show host Ellen DeGeneres in an interview set to air Tuesday that he used to think Trump’s branding skill was “amazing.” He cited the way that some of Trump’s insulting monikers during the 2016 presidential campaign […]

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