This week's show 

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    Author compares Fox News to a cult

    Ailes biographer Gabriel Sherman says "Roger Ailes built a cult that had a front-row seat in the White House Briefing Room," invoking Scientology and L. Ron Hubbard.
    Brian Stelter

    Brian Stelter

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

Last week's show 

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    Tensions between Murdoch sons and Ailes?

    NPR's David Folkenflik tells Brian Stelter that Roger Ailes' interests may be diverging from the interests of 21st Century Fox's owners. The Murdochs are being "quieter than silence" about the internal review of the sexual harassment allegations against Ailes.

Two weeks ago 

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    Clinton or Trump -- who's harder to cover?

    New York Times politics editor Carolyn Ryan says Trump is accessible while Clinton is "sealed off." Steven Brill of the Yale Journalism Initiative says access can actually hurt, not help, journalism.
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    Is Trump being asked the right questions?

    Yes-or-no questions about Trump's business record would help inform voters about the candidate's credentials, veteran journalist and entrepreneur Steven Brill says.
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    Millennials consume news 'wildly differently'

    Mic's Jake Horowitz, Vox's Elizabeth Plank, and The Daily Caller's Jamie Weinstein discuss why so many millennials distrust traditional media and how news is being consumed in new ways.

How media's handling the 2016 race 

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Greatest hits 

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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.