CNN comes under fire for declaring Hillary Clinton the winner of the first Democratic debate.
Mike Yard investigates a possible conspiracy involving free Internet access and the Illuminati.
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As ISIS ups its Twitter game, the U.S. employs a far more outdated tool to fight terrorism.
Tags: food, horses, gross-out, isis, terrorism, middle east, islamic, sunni, military, shia, fbi, al qaeda, violence, murder, twitter, syria, technology, internet, time warner, iraq, iraq war, wars, turkey, international affairs, movies, bombs, toys & games, nerd alert, kurd, dancing, literary references, books
Senator Al Franken talks about which of his bills have been difficult to pass in Congress.
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Kylie Jenner tweets about chemtrails, and Time Warner's acquisition gets the Internet treatment.
Jon calls upon the power of the people to improve CNN's programming at LetsBuyCNN.com.
CNN faces serious trouble; fortunately the Kickstarter campaign www.LetsBuyCNN.com intends to help.
Aasif Mandvi investigates Time Warner's human rights abuses on Chinatown residents.
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Time Warner's message to its viewers about Disney's withdrawal of ABC programming.
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