For over a week, led by Wolf Blitzer, CNN devoted countless hours to boost Wendy Davis, the abortion extremist Democrat running to become governor of Texas. Using a guilt-by-association tactic, Blitzer and CNN relentlessly hurled fireballs...Show More Summary
The clip of Fox News anchor Heather Childers confusing the NAACP and the NCAA went viral across the internet, but she wasn’t the only one. MSNBC’s Ronan Farrow and CNN’s Wolf Blitzer both made the same on-air goof, although resulting in far less ridicule and mockery for whatever reason. See embedded videos below. You’ll recall
Today's comic by Matt Bors is Wolf Blitzer, please chill out: ADP—191,000 new private-sector jobs created in March: Although the monthly job-creation assessment of payroll giant Automatic Data Processing rarely meshes closely with the...Show More Summary
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Rebecca Vitsmun, whom you all know from her memorable post-tornado interview with CNN's Wolf Blitzer, teamed up with members of the Atheists of the Puget Sound (in Washington state) on Friday as part of an event for the St. Baldrick's Foundation. Show More Summary
By Wolf Blitzer and Sean Kennedy, CNN (CNN) - President Barack Obama will meet with Pope Francis on Thursday at the Vatican, opening a new chapter in the centuries-long relationships between the United States and the Holy See. While Obama has praised Francis’ focus on the poor, popes and American presidents haven’t always seen eye […]
By Wolf Blitzer and Sean Kennedy, CNN (CNN) President Barack Obama will meet with Pope Francis on Thursday at the Vatican, opening a new chapter in the centuries-long relationships between the United States and the Holy See. While Obama has praised Francis’ focus on the poor, Popes and American presidents haven’t always seen eye to […]
Just now on CNN, using his outdoor voice, anchor Wolf Blitzer reassured America that President Obama "isn't backing down" against Putin and Russia. After Obama announced he was tightening the personal sanctions against seven membersShow More Summary
CNN’s Diversity Council hosted a town hall meeting this morning featuring a Wolf Blitzer Q&A with Bernard Shaw, who spent more than 20 years as an anchor at CNN, departing in 2001. Originating from the DC bureau, the event was also watched live in the New York and Los Angeles bureaus and at CNN’s Atlanta HQ. Show More Summary
CNN’s Wolf Blitzer and former CNN anchor Bernard Shaw are holding court in CNN’s Washington, DC bureau this morning. The town hall style chat for employees is hosted by the CNN Diversity Council. Shaw was an anchor at CNN from 1980-2001. MSNBC.com’s Richard Wolffe interviewed MSNBC cable’s Thomas Roberts at SxSW Tuesday. Show More Summary
CNN’s Wolf Blitzer and NPR’s Robert Siegel were honored last week by the National Press Foundation at their 31st Annual Awards Dinner at the Washington Hilton. Blitzer received the Sol Taishoff Award for Excellence in Broadcast Journalism,...Show More Summary
Wolf Blitzer was awarded with the Sol Taishoff Award for Excellence in Broadcast Journalism earlier this week from the National Press Foundation. “He’s kind of like Cher…people just call him Wolf,” CNN Worldwide President Jeff Zucker said in a special montage made by CNN for Blitzer. Show More Summary
Christiane Amanpour Scolds Wolf Blitzer: 'You Have To Be Really Careful' About Ukraine Facts Christiane Amanpour and Wolf Blitzer had a tense moment on CNN Monday as the two journalists sparred over how to portray the facts of the political situation in Ukraine. Show More Summary
CNN's Wolf Blitzer distorted comments by Hillary Clinton to criticize her for "compar[ing]" Russian President Vladimir Putin with Adolf Hitler, even though Putin is not engaged in genocide. But Blitzer ignored Clinton's reported statement...Show More Summary
The conventional wisdom has solidified on Netanyahu's speech at AIPAC yesterday. He's a man of peace. The New York Times and Politico and Wolf Blitzer all reflect this, though there's been no substantive shift.
Coverage of the turmoil in Ukraine got tense last night on CNN, as Christiane Amanpour berated host Wolf Blitzer at the end of a segment for informing viewers of what the Russian take on the new Ukrainian government is. Amanpour warned...Show More Summary
If John Travolta ever has to say Wolf Blitzer's name in front of an audience, you might hear something like "Will Butter," according to Slate.com's "Travolta-fier" name generator. After the actor severely mispronounced "Idina Menzel" when presenting the singer/actress at Sunday's Oscars ceremony - he called her Adele Dazeem for some reason - he unwittingly […]
During a segment on the ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine on yesterday’s “The Situation Room,” Christiane Amanpour got into it with her colleague Wolf Blitzer over his reporting of the story. “You’ve gotta be really careful...Show More Summary
On Friday afternoon, as the first reports of Russian troops entering the Crimea region of Ukraine began to emerge, CNN's The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer managed a rare win over its MSNBC competition in the 25-54 demographic.
CNN’s Chief International Correspondent, Christiane Amanpour, informed network anchor Wolf Blitzer on Thursday that there was no indication that Russian forces were planning to intervene militarily in Ukraine. Less than 24-hours later, Russian forces militarily intervened in Ukraine.