CNN this morning named Michelle Kosinski its White House Correspondent, and Dana Bash and Pamela Brown have been given new roles as the 2014 and 2016 campaigns approach. Kosinski will join senior White House correspondent Jim AcostaShow More Summary
What was Jim Acosta really trying to ask?
During Around the World on Thursday afternoon, CNN reporter Jim Acosta attempted to adjust the anchor's rhetoric by telling him to be "careful" when using the term "tea party radicals" to describe the conservative politicians who voted against the bill that ended the government shutdown.
Jay Carney gladly fielded inquiries from the front row of the White House Press Corps, including CNN's Jim Acosta, who asked about the news that military families have not been receiving death benefits during the government shutdown...
On September 16, the day of the Navy Yard gun massacre in Washington, D.C, White House spokesman Jay Carney took questions from assembled journalists when CNN's Jim Acosta asked about the shooting rampage, where a gunman killed 12 people. "Navy...Show More Summary
Hours before Al Jazeera America’s launch, CNN unveiled some major on-air staff promotions. White House correspondent Jessica Yellin becomes chief domestic affairs correspondent and substitute anchor. Brian Keilar and Jim Acosta become Senior White House Correspondents. Show More Summary
Names Rene Marsh to Correspondent
CNN Washington Bureau Chief Sam Feist has announced that the network is promoting some of its Washington-based correspondents. Those impacted include Jessica Yellin, Brianna Keilar, Jim Acosta and Rene Marsh. “With these changes, CNN’s...Show More Summary
Nancy Assuncao Sanchez, a former publicist for Paula Deen, says she always admired the chef and attributed her views to “cultural differences.” Sanchez to Jim Acosta on CNN. Acosta asked Sanchez if she ever heard Deen use the kind of racially insensitive language she’s accused of. Sanchez said no, but attempted to defend why Deen [...]
(CNN) - Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, talks with CNN's Jim Acosta about the FBI using drone aircraft within the U.S.
It's certain that her 1014 reelection plays into this answer: [Sen. Mary] Landrieu told CNN National Political Correspondent Jim Acosta in an interview Friday that she personally believes "people should love who they love and marry who they want to...
For the last three days, CNN has been on a partisan rampage to embarrass, humiliate, and politically damage Republican Governor Chris Christie over the issue of his weight. The entire network has been behind a push led by Jim Acosta, and the fig leaf of news -- among other things -- has been America's obesity problem. Show More Summary
When you are a TV news journalist, you don’t want to follow the news cycle, you want to lead it. CNN’s Jim Acosta this week conducted an interview that has been leading the news cycle since it happened. It all started with New Jersey...Show More Summary
After CNN correspondent Jim Acosta felt like pinching himself at Monday's inauguration parade, host Wolf Blitzer couldn't contain himself as he tried to get the attention of both President Obama and Vice President Biden.Blitzer gushed that "Look, this is history over here,"... -
CNN correspondent Jim Acosta was positively giddy while covering President Obama's inauguration parade on Monday afternoon, and didn't hold back his feelings on-air. "You know, I feel like I should pinch myself right now, Wolf. I can't believe I have this vantage point of history in the making," Acosta gushed. Video below the break. read more
CNN did its best to outdo MSNBC’s “thrill going up my leg” excitement when reporter Jim Acosta said he had to “pinch” himself because he couldn’t believe how close he was to the president.
Hot Air and Big Government linked to a report by CNN’s Jim Acosta claiming a hidden section in the Obamacare legislation is “a gift to the nation’s powerful gun lobby” orchestrated by Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV). Big Government even goes so far as to claim that reports are that the “amendment says the [...]
(CNN) - CNN National Political Correspondent Jim Acosta counts down the top 10 moments on what was a wild ride to the Election Day this year.
(CNN) - Did the head of Fox News encourage then-General David Petraeus to run for the White House? CNN's Jim Acosta reports on the buzz following an article published Tuesday in The Washington Post.
Members of the media are setting up at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center, site of the Mitt Romney election rally. Alex will be speaking with two tvnewsers who’ve been covering the Romney campaign: CNN’s Jim Acosta and ABC “World News” weekend anchor David Muir. Show More Summary