Special edition about the information wars; Trump rallies meme makers for 2020; fact-checking claims about Big Tech bias; Trump's warped definition of 'free speech;' the link between Tucker Carlson's anti-Omar attacks and Trump's racist tweets.
July 14, 2019: Jane Coaston, Robby Soave, Samantha Vinograd, Renee DiResta, Oliver Darcy and Katie Rogers join Brian Stelter.
Meet three journalists from competing Florida newsrooms who are collaborating to expand climate coverage
Some of Florida's biggest news outlets are banding together to form the Florida Climate Reporting Network. Brian Stelter speaks with three of the participants: Miami Herald climate change reporter Alex Harris, Tampa Bay Times executive editor Mark Katches, and Julie Anderson, the EIC of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel and the Orlando Sentinel. Katches says the "story sharing arrangement" will hopefully move into "a second phase where we will be tackling joint projects together up and down the state." Harris says "people keep saying we're ground zero down here" in Florida, so "we should kind of act like it right?" The group also discusses the growing need for collaboration and the language used in climate coverage.
Miami Herald reporter speaks about Jeffrey Epstein arrest; unpacking the census citizenship battle; Trump claims the truth is up to him; Carl Bernstein on the post-Mueller news cycle; new book says there is a method to Trump's 'madness;' how news coverage
July 7, 2019: Julie K. Brown, Catherine Rampell, Philip Bump, Carl Bernstein, Allen Salkin, Aaron Short, Elora Mukhurjee and Carl Cameron join Brian Stelter.
Ex-Fox Newser Carl Cameron on Trump, cable TV, and the progressive news site he's working on
Two years after leaving Fox News, Carl Cameron is collaborating on a new progressive news site, Front Page Live, that he wants to be a version of The Drudge Report for the left. He talks with Brian Stelter about his years as Fox's chief political correspondent, his impressions of how Fox has changed since it launched in 1996, and how the internet is changing politics.
Kamala Harris 2020's press secretary talks media strategy; Trump's 'stunt' at the DMZ; press grading Trump on a curve versus the Dems; Tim Ryan on the loss of Youngstown's local newspaper; E. Jean Carroll says 'I'm not sorry;' behind the scenes of Showtim
June 30, 2019: Ian Sams, Tim Ryan, E. Jean Carroll, Katie Rogers, Frank Bruni, Bianna Golodryga, Jason Blum and Alex Metcalf join Brian Stelter.