NYU psychologist Jay Van Bavel says a person's political identity and information universe both shape beliefs. "So if they're hearing misinformation from the news sources that they tune into, from the people they follow on social media, from their local community leaders and peers, then they…
Veteran journalist Jackie Calmes says political journalists are failing the public when they indulge "both-siderism." She says the radicalization of the GOP is a key story: "People are feeling like, well, without Trump in the picture, we're sort of back to normal. And, in fact, we're not. Tr…
Philip Bump, Mara Schiavocampo, and Oliver Darcy discuss how YouTube and other sites perpetuate digital echo chambers. The algorithm "is essentially putting its thumb on the scale" by supplying content that elicits deep emotional responses, Schiavocampo says.
Katie Paul, director of Tech Transparency Project, discusses the group's new report about left-wing and right-wing videos on YouTube. She says "the Fox viewer never broke out of their Fox feedback loop" while the MSNBC viewer was served a "more mixed assortment" of content.
Sen. Richard Blumenthal tells Brian Stelter the "drumbeat of disclosures" about Facebook are strengthening the case for reform. He says the company is "unable to police itself," and its assertions about supporting regulation are "the height of disingenuousness."
CNN's Brian Stelter asks his panel if the press should take former President Donald Trump's proposed media platform seriously.
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen says she expects inflation to return to normal levels by the second half of 2022 and pushed back on former Clinton Treasury Secretary Larry Summer's fears that the Biden administration is losing control over inflation.
SNL alumnus Jason Sudeikis returned to Studio H to host "Saturday Night Live," and looked back on what the show meant to him.
"The Daily Show" correspondent Jordan Klepper tells CNN's Jim Acosta about what he saw at a recent Donald Trump rally in Des Moines, Iowa. Watch Klepper's report on Comedy Central.
The iPod was the hottest gadget of the early aughts. Now, it's mostly a nostalgic novelty device. Tom Foreman explains the rise of the little device that changed music forever.
Evergrande has made an $83.5 million interest payment on a dollar-denominated bond that was due last month, according to Chinese state media. CNN's Selina Wang reports.
From airlines to the NBA, CNN's Christine Romans explains why American companies often end up compromising on moral positions to appease China.
Sophisticated software, robotics, automation, artificial intelligence (AI), and changing trends are threatening the livelihoods of everyone from taxi drivers and restaurant servers to computer programmers and librarians. Stacker looks at jobs that might not exist in 50 years.
In the latest "Reality Check with John Avlon: Extremist Beat," Avlon discusses if empathy can break through hate, and how White nationalists are luring new recruits through memes & an image makeover with CNN's Sara Sidner & Elle Reeve in the second of a two-part look at White identit…
The Federal Reserve announced new trading rules following a controversy over trades made by senior officials. CNN's Matt Egan reports.
Mary Quintanilla, a Facebook user with over 3,000 friends, says she's been in "Facebook jail" over a dozen times. Despite the temporary restrictions, Quintanilla continues to share and post misinformation. CNN's Donie O'Sullivan sits down with Quintanilla and the two go through her Facebook …
Former CNN journalist and Rappler CEO Maria Ressa speaks with Becky Anderson after Ressa and Russian journalist Dmitry Muratov won the Nobel Peace Prize for their longstanding efforts to safeguard freedom of expression in the Philippines and Russia, respectively.
In May 2020, Jennifer Bates was just a woman in Birmingham applying for a $15/hour job at an Amazon warehouse. Within a year, Bates would be in the national spotlight as a leader in the push to unionize one of the nation's largest employers.
Evergrande has called off plans for a multibillion-dollar deal for its property management unit, worsening its cash crunch as the Chinese real estate giant teeters on the brink of collapse. CNN's Selina Wang reports.