California Sen. Dianne Feinstein said during an interview on Sunday that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is “arrogant” for claiming to speak for all Jews. Speaking to CNN, Feinstein was referring to comments Netanyahu made in Jerusalem on Saturday — just days before he is slated to appear before the U.S. Congress on Tuesday to […]
Birds of a feather. Anomaly reports: Speaking to CNN’s Gloria Borger, Issa delved into Giuliani’s 9/11 moment. “I don’t think Rudy is ever going to get the dust from Ground Zero out of his lungs,” Issa said. “He was there during the fall of those towers. So for him to take personally a president whose [...]
After speaking to CNN for an online article earlier in the day, helicopter pilot Rich Krell confirmed in an interview with The Lead's Jake Tapper Thursday afternoon that the chopper carrying Brian Williams in 2003 did take enemy fire as the NBC News anchor has said in the past. Show More Summary
Despite opposing LGBT rights throughout his political career, former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee confessed to CNN on Sunday that he has plenty of homosexual friends. Speaking to CNN’s Dana Bash on State of the Union Mike Huckabee said, “People can be my friends who have lifestyles that are not necessary my lifestyle”. Show More Summary
Killer Mike speaks to CNN’s Brooke Baldwin about the widely diseminated video of an emotional on-stage speech he gave at a St. Louis area show on the day the Ferguson grand dury decision was revealed. He also offers his thoughts on President Obama’s remarks about the situation. Previously: Killer Mike – Sunday Morning Massacres (Mixtape)
Speaking to CNN on Friday, Square founder and CEO Jack Dorsey confirmed Square would begin supporting Apple Pay and other near-field communications (NFC)-based payments systems in some form in 2015.
Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America founder Shannon Watts says her group is not anti-gun, yet suggests that Americans must give up one of two things--their guns or their children. Speaking to CNN's Money, Watts said: The gun lobby is very vocal about their fear of getting their guns taken away. Show More Summary
Centers for Disease Control head Thomas Frieden says he’s “confident we won’t see a large number of cases.” Speaking to CNN, Frieden said: “As of now the man in Dallas, who is fighting for his life, is the only patient to develop Ebola in the US. We know there are going to be concerns and [...]
With Alibaba set to have the biggest IPO in history, investors around the world are looking to handicap the mysterious and largely misunderstood Chinese Internet company. Speaking to CNN Money’s Erin Burnett yesterday, PayPal co-founder, early...Show More Summary
Speaking to CNN on Thursday, Secretary of State John Kerry refused to describe the current undertaking against the Islamic State jihadist terror group as a "war," instead opting to call it "a very significant counterterrorism operation" and emphasizing the involvement of the international community in the effort. Show More Summary
More Michael Brown Shooting Eyewitnesses Speak Out On Ferguson Tragedy Tiffany Mitchell and Piaget Crenshaw speak to CNN on what they saw first hand during the unnecessary shootout that lead to the death of 17-year-old, unarmed Mike Brown. R.I.P. #MikeBrown
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, an expected contender in the 2016 presidential election, has positioned herself to appeal to more moderate or even neoconservative audiences in recent days. Speaking to CNN on Sunday, she praised President George W. Show More Summary
National Security Advisor Susan Rice is standing behind controversial remarks in which she said Bowe Bergdahl served with “honor and distinction” in Afghanistan. Speaking to CNN’s Jim Acosta Friday morning (June 6th) at the 70th Anniversary celebration of D-Day in Normandy, France, Rice acknowledged that there has been significant controversy over the remarks, Politico reports:
An unnamed Ft. Hood solider, speaking to CNN anchor Brooke Baldwin, said that she did not blame the man accused of shooting dozens on Tuesday night for the actions he took...
A weekly news roundup highlighting the best of the FieldNotes blog and online coverage of UNICEF issues. Best of the FieldNotes Blog Video: the worst place to be a child UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake speaks to CNN’s Christiane Amanpour from Homs, Syria. Turn on the tap A primer on how your UNICEF Tap Project […]
Bisi Alimi, the first Nigerian to come out of the closet on TV before fleeing the country for UK asylum three years later in 2007, speaks to CNN's Christiane Amanpour about the situation there, where a 'witch hunt' is underway...
Four unidentified U.S. military personnel are being held by the Libyan government, according to a senior Pentagon official speaking to CNN's Barbara Starr. The Americans were in Libya "augmenting security at the U.S. Embassy in Tripoli," the official told Starr. Show More Summary
So much respect is going out right now from me to Daisy Coleman, the 14-year-old girl in Maryville, Missouri teen who has come forward about her mistreatment by the justice system after she was raped by a student athlete — who also happened to be the grandson of a local politician. Last night Daisy and [...]
This information will be a non-issue for the MSM. We'll see if they run with this nugget like they would have had he been described as a...
Speaking to CNN and ITV in New Father, New Hope, Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, talked passionately of his passion for Africa and his quest to protect endangered species, reports the Telegraph. The Duke, who is a frequent visitor to Africa, said that becoming a father had made him even more eager to help endangered species. Show More Summary