A political ad criticizing CNN included a short clip of correspondent Amara Walker in a vulnerable moment following the Atlanta spa shootings back in March.
About the ad: Club for Growth, a conservative political action committee, released an ad on Wednesday that criticized CNN for not being tough on President Joe Biden.
An Asian American producer for CNN was thrown to the ground and arrested while covering a protest for Daunte Wright in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota on April 13.
A correspondent and news anchor for CNN was left shaken after allegedly experiencing three consecutive racist encounters in the Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport.
Racist encounters: Amara Walker was trying to catch a flight back home when “a man of color” suddenly approached her and said, “Ni Hao. Ching Chong,” according to her Twitter and Instagram posts last Thursday.
Social media users expressed outrage after CNN labeled Singapore as “Not a country” in an article outlining President Donald Trump’s “irresponsible approach” in handling the COVID-19 pandemic.
Former Democratic presidential hopeful Andrew Yang has joined the team over at CNN as a political commentator, the network announced on Wednesday.
“I’m excited to join @CNN to help shed light on the election and the candidates’ experiences,” the 45-year-old entrepreneur tweeted. “Learned a lot these past months and am glad to contribute to the public discussion.”
CNN is being criticized for an insensitive headline regarding a recent mass shooting in Fresno, California, in which four Hmong men were tragically killed and several more were injured.
Police have since stated that the incident was very likely to have been a targeted attack and are currently looking for a motive as well as the two or more suspects who opened fire on the Sunday night football viewing party.
Clearly, the idea of having a successful Asian male presidential candidate is too much for some audiences to handle.
Last night, CNN was caught red-handed after omitting Andrew Yang from their latest graphic for “Top Choice” Democratic nominees and was shortly accused of deliberately hiding the presidential hopeful from the public eye.
A political commentator for CNN has come under fire after posting a tone-deaf tweet suggesting “Miso Honey” was an excellent choice for a food truck name.
Chris Cillizza, who runs a multiplatform brand called “The Point,” left no further explanation about the post, aside from claiming that he “drove by” an actual establishment with such name.
Bystanders believed to be plainclothes police officers interrupted and harassed a CNN journalist reporting on the 30th Tiananmen Square Anniversary in Beijing earlier this week.
In a now-viral clip, a man riding a bike can be seen cutting Matt Rivers off as he talks about the pro-democracy protests, which culminated in a government-authorized massacre.
CNN host and news reporter Lisa Ling is opening up about her past as a ‘90s rave queen and her experiences with the drug ecstasy.
Ling, 42, explained on CNN that she was a very hardworking and ambitious young person who had a number of internships and jobs that allowed her to fund her own college tuition. However, Ling said she needed “some kind of recreational outlet” to escape the stresses of daily life.