news paper icon

Analyzed News: result

Coronavirus spreading graph comparison between countries

Articles in topic result

Cillizza: Trump is actually getting worse

Former President Donald Trump is reportedly convinced that he will be reinstated as president this summer, but will Republican leadership do anything to quell this most recent Trump delusion? CNN's Chris Cillizza explains how Trump's denial about the 2020 election results is continuing to shape a conspiracy theory-riddled political landscape ahead.

[ ]

Opinion: The GOP is building a political bomb

Today's Republican Party is building a political bomb -- and the ingredients for the explosive concoction are being mixed before our eyes. When it all blows up -- and it will, unless the party changes course soon -- the result will be not just rhetorical extremism but could well include real violence.

[ ]

'They think we're like servants': Inside the fractured relationship between the Capitol Police and members of Congress

In the weeks after the January 6 riot, Capitol Police officers were shell-shocked and wounded, both physically and psychologically. They'd been through hell, they'd sacrificed their bodies, they'd lost colleagues who died as a result of the attack. But in the end they had safeguarded democracy and upheld their primary directive: Secure and protect the 535 members of Congress.

[ ]

53 years ago this government report shook America

Fifty-three years ago, a government commission investigated civil unrest and racial inequality in America. The results from the "Kerner Report" shocked the country but mostly faded into history. The last surviving member, Fred Harris, shares why.

[ ]

Opinion: Greene's comments aren't just vile. They're dangerous

GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene is dangerous. The Georgia congresswoman's comparison of having to wear a piece of cloth on her face while she's on the House floor to Adolf Hitler waging a genocide that resulted in the slaughter of over six million Jewish people is revolting.

[ ]

Election official on how Georgia and Arizona audits differ

Georgia election official Gabriel Sterling talks to CNN's Pamela Brown about the upcoming Fulton County ballot audit that will take place after a judge ruled that absentee ballots could be unsealed for parties looking to examine them for evidence of fraud. The audit will not lead to Georgia's election results -- which have already been certified for President Joe Biden -- being overturned.

[ ]

Review: 'Master of None' changes direction and focus with 'Moments in Love'

After a four-year hiatus, "Master of None" returns in title only, with the same creative auspices but a completely different focus. The result, subtitled "Moments in Love," shifts to Lena Waithe's Denise character, with a five-episode "season" that essentially plays like an independent film -- more drama than comedy -- just diced into chapters.

[ ]

Colonial Pipeline attack: A 'wake up call' about the threat of ransomware

A relatively unsophisticated ransomware attack that caused a days-long shutdown of America's largest fuel pipeline last week — resulting in gas shortages, spiking prices and consumer panic — is exactly the sort of situation that cybersecurity experts have warned about for years.

[ ]

Opinion: Battle for US democracy has begun

Last December, as I was putting the finishing touches on my Christmas tree with my son, the peace, serenity and spirit of the evening broke as dozens of individuals showed up on my doorstep. They shouted, "Stop the Steal" into bullhorns in the dark of night. In a scene that would be repeated in greater magnitude and violence one month later at the US Capitol, these men and women called on me to "come outside" and "show myself" so that they could confront me about the results of the 2020 presidential election.

[ ]
Next page ...