A bill to support the creation of a Fallen Journalists Memorial in D.C. has secured bipartisan support in Congress. David Dreier, a former GOP congressman, speaks with Brian Stelter about why the memorial is needed.
With CNN debuting the new film "Apollo 11" ahead of the moon landing's 50th anniversary, astronaut Michael Collins talks with Brian Stelter about the fragility of Earth, the unifying power of the mission, and why he feels "NASA should be renamed the National Aeronautics and Mars Administration."
Alexander Nazaryan, author of "The Best People," a book about Trump's cabinet and the government, interviewed Trump. But he says the president "clearly didn't know anything about his cabinet" and relied on a list while talking about his cabinet officials.
Brian Stelter discusses the pro-war and anti-war factions on Fox. Samantha Vinograd urges Trump to turn off the TV. Trump is "wargaming through the media," she says, and "the whole world knows about his indecision and Iran can use this to play the victim card."
Shawn Speagle describes his harrowing experience as a former moderator of Facebook content. He says he had to review content showing the "sexual abuse and torture of animals" every day. He says "nobody ever asked me how I was feeling." Casey Newton, who first interviewed Speagle for The Verge, also joins the segment.
Ron Brownstein points out that Trump is speaking to a "broader audience" through ABC, NBC and Time magazine, but is still "narrowcasting" with messages meant to stoke his base. Brian Stelter notes that Trump has repeated his baseless claims about illegal voting in 2016.
In a new book and a New York magazine cover story, E. Jean Carroll accuses Trump of sexually assaulting her in the 1990's. Brian Stelter asks the panel if her allegation is getting sufficient attention from the press. Trump categorically denies the claim and says he has never even met Carroll, despite a photo of the two of them together.