Brooke Baldwin

CNN Anchor Brooke Baldwin broke down in tears after a CNN contributor uttered the racist slur "nigger" live on the air during her segment.

Baldwin, center, invited GOP political consultant Paris Dennard, left, and CNN contributor Charles Kaiser, right, to discuss Donald Trump's senior counselor Stephen K. Bannon.

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fake preotester

When protesters took to the streets of Chicago after Donald Trump was elected president, CNN found an outraged Hillary Clinton supporter who seemed almost too perfect.

The bad acting and exaggerated body language were the first clues that CNN was up to their old tricks.

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Donna Brazile

Corrupt News Network (CNN) severed ties with political analyst Donna Brazile on Monday. CNN fired Brazile after newly released emails proved she forwarded questions to Hillary Clinton before CNN's debate in March.

The new emails were released by anti-secrecy organization WikiLeaks on Monday.

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Debbie Wasserman Schultz

The Democratic National Committee (DNC) is in shambles at the start of the Democratic Convention which kicks off today in Philadelphia.

DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz (pictured left) tendered her resignation on Sunday after a WikiLeaks dump of 20,000 hacked emails implicated her, the Hillary Clinton camp, and CNN in an illegal plot to sabotage Bernie Sanders' campaign.

Wassermann Schultz was quickly hired to work for the Clinton campaign on Sunday.

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Tamir Rice

Here's the post you requested about Tamir Rice. The Cleveland cop who shot and killed the 12-year-old seconds after exiting his patrol car on Nov. 22, 2014 will not be charged. But you already knew that.

It was announced (yet again) that an Ohio grand jury refused to return an indictment against the cop, who is white.

The Cleveland Prosecutor's office said (again) that the cop was reasonably in fear of his life because little Tamir had a toy gun in his waistband.

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Carlos Chaverst Jr and Brooke Baldwin

A Black Lives Matter activist who was with the protester that was jumped by a mob at a Donald Trump rally is speaking out.

Carlos Chaverst Jr. told CNN's Brooke Baldwin that he and the other protester were exercising their 1st amendment rights to freedom of speech when they were attacked by the mob and hauled out of the venue.

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