During a recent episode of his podcast that was aired after his announcement that he had contracted COVID-19, Joe Rogan accused CNN of "making sh*t up" regarding the treatments he claimed he received from doctors.
Chris Cuomo's Former Boss Says CNN Host Harassed Her; He Says He Apologized
UPDATE, 7:24 PM PT: Chris Cuomo hosted his CNN show Cuomo Primetime without addressing the New York Times essay by former producer Shelley Ross, who described a 2005 incident in which she said he touched her inappropriately. At the time, Cuomo and Ross had been working at ABC News. Cuomo instead devoted the hour to [
Shelley Ross told Insider that his response to her op-ed in the New York Times showed he had not changed in 16 years.
With COVID-19 cases among kids rising, Dr. Fauci is in favor of stronger actions. Fauci said on MSNBC that he favors COVID-19 vaccination mandates in schools.
Chief White House medical adviser Anthony Fauci said on Sunday that the "highest priority" for the U.S. in combating the COVID-19 pandemic is still getting unvaccinated people vaccinated.NBC's "Meet the Press" host
Podcaster Joe Rogan slammed CNN for the network's coverage of his recent coronavirus diagnosis and revelation that he's taking ivermectin among a number of other drugs to treat the disease."Bro, do I have to sue CN
Britney Spears is warning fans and viewers of a new documentary about her conservatorship to take it with a grain of salt
While the Michigan Independent Citizen Redistricting Committee (MICRC) draws political boundaries for the next decade, its spokesman complained that some members of the media are unfairly criticizing them.
Million deaths avoidable if vaccinations increase, adviser says. Plus, Ted Lasso and The Crown triumph at the Emmys
U.S. health officials said Sunday the “story is not over” after Food and Drug Administration advisers rejected President Biden’s push to provide everyone with COVID-19 booster shots, saying incoming data may prompt regulators to expand the campaign despite moves to limit extra doses to high-risk Americans for now. Dr. Anthony
Regulators should have enough data in the coming weeks to decide whether to authorize shots for kids ages 5 to 11, Dr. Anthony Fauci told ABC’s “This Week.”