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    Sudden media spotlight on libertarian party

    There has been an uptick in media coverage of the libertarian party. What difference could it make in November? Michael Oreskes, Jonathan Martin and Julie Pace discuss with Brian Stelter.
    Brian Stelter

    Brian Stelter

    Brian Stelter is the host of "Reliable Sources" and the senior media correspondent for CNN Worldwide.

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    Facebook's news power and new responsibilities

    Poynter's Kelly McBride says Facebook is at a "turning point" in its relationship with the news business. And The Federalist's MZ Hemingway puts recent claims of anti-conservative bias in context.
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    Woody Allen and the Hollywood publicity machine

    The Hollywood Reporter editor Janice Min tells Brian Stelter about the magazine being banned from a Woody Allen press event after it published a stunning essay by Allen's estranged son Ronan Farrow.

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    WDBJ boss: 'We can't really' heal

    Jeff Marks, general manager of WDBJ, describes the emotional and journalistic difficulties of covering the deaths of co-workers Alison Parker and Adam Ward.
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    Meltdown at Gawker Media; what now?

    In light of a story that divided the Gawker staff, Brian Stelter speaks with Nick Denton, founder of Gawker Media, about the future of his company.
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    Former Fox News host speaks

    The latest on O'Reilly exaggeration claims, including a response from nuns "shocked" by his alleged lies. Plus, former Fox insider Eric Burns gives his take on what he calls the Fox News "cult."
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    Ferguson: There are more than two sides

    CNN commentator Marc Lamont Hill joins Reliable Sources to examine the media's simplistic coverage of the Ferguson protests, which is often characterized as a clear division between support for the protesters or cops.
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    Press panic over ISIS?

    Brian Stelter looks at the coverage of ISIS, and whether the press is letting their fear interfere with truth telling.