Lemon Asks Alleged Cosby Rape Victim Why She Didn't Bite Off His Dick

Don Lemon gets a lot of deserved criticism around these parts for being a clueless dunce, but his interview tonight on CNN with alleged Bill Cosby rape victim Joan Tarshis took the clownshow to a new level when he asked her why she didn't bite the disgraced comedian's dick off. » 11/19/14 12:53am 11/19/14 12:53am

Mayweather, On Being A Serial Woman Beater: "Only God Can Judge Me"

Floyd Mayweather beats women. This much is obvious, but for whatever reason it took Rachel Nichols on CNN's Unguarded to actually ask "Money" about his long history as a misogynist and domestic abuser in light of his upcoming bout Saturday against Marcos Maidana. His answers will leave you quite unsatisfied. » 9/12/14 11:13pm 9/12/14 11:13pm

CNN Anchor Suggests Police Use Water Cannons On Ferguson Protesters

In discussing seemingly less-violent options for crowd control, Rosemary Church wonders why the largely white authorities in Ferguson haven't considered using water cannons on the the largely black crowds. Once her co-anchor Errol Barnett processed what she just said, he looks at her like she's gone insane. » 8/19/14 2:10am 8/19/14 2:10am

CNN Asks How Recent Anti-Semitic Shootings Affect The KKK's Brand

When CNN wrote the worst Kurt Cobain lede ever, we figured that they had done something on which they couldn't improve. Here, though, is a long article ("Can This KKK Leader Rebrand?") from the once-respected news organization suggesting that the true victims of the recent Overland Park shootings may actually have… » 4/21/14 11:50am 4/21/14 11:50am

Witness In Trayvon Martin Trial Gives Perfect Answer To Stupid Question

Rachel Jeantel was cross-examined today by the defense team for George Zimmerman, who stands accused of murdering 17-year-old Trayvon Martin last year. Jeantel, who is the prosecution's star witness, was on the phone with Martin in the moments leading up to his fatal encounter with Zimmerman. In the video above, you… » 6/27/13 12:39pm 6/27/13 12:39pm

Here's How Every Network Announced Dzhokar Tsarnaev's Capture On-Air

Most of us learned that the manhunt for Dzhokar Tsarnaev was over via Twitter or by listening to online feeds of law enforcement radio. But for those watching at home, the suspenseful moment of his capture—and learning that he was alive—would be a memorable if complicated moment: somber in light of those allegedly… » 4/20/13 12:25am 4/20/13 12:25am