Piers Morgan got a very unusual going away gift from Chelsea Handler on his CNN talk show Tuesday.
In a rare appearance on...
Piers Morgan and CNN President Jeff Zucker have come to a mutual agreement to end Morgan's show, Piers Morgan Live, as early as next month, according to the New York Times.
Anderson Cooper has inked a new deal with CNN to stay on the network through the 2016 presidential election, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Embattled Toronto mayor Rob Ford, who recently admitted to smoking crackwhile in office and had an obscene outburst on live television during a press conference last week, tells CNN's Bill Weir that he doesn't have an addiction.
"I'm not an addict," Ford, 44, tells Weir. "I'm not an alcoholic. I'm not a drug addict."
The Republication National Committee is doing whatever it can to make sure potential Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton doesn't get any special treatment.
In separate letters sent Monday to the heads of NBC and CNN — Bob Greenblatt and Jeff Zucker, respectively — the RNC threatened to block the upcoming debates from airing on the...
Not everyone answers to a higher power — or at least that's what CNN's Wolf Blitzer discovered in a live interview with one of the Oklahoma tornado victims.
CNN Early Start anchor Zoraida Sambolin revealed on Tuesday's show that she has breast cancer and is undergoing a double mastectomy.
CNN is cooking up an unscripted eight-part series from Robert Redford about the city of Chicago, the network announced Wednesday.
Howard Kurtz wasted no time in addressing the elephant in the room on his weekly CNN show Reliable Sources Sunday, as he issued an on-air apology to NBA player Jason Collins at the start of the program.
Conan O'Brien spoke at the annual White House Correspondents' Dinner Saturday, but most of his barbs were directed at the media and television networks, rather than at President Barack Obama.
The dinner also included a sketch courtesy of House of Cards star Kevin Spacey, who parodied his Netflix series with a spoof dubbed "House of Nerds," which included appearances by John McCain and several White House journalists. Check it out below:
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