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In a new programme concept for CNN International, ‘CNN Ones to Watch’ each month focuses on a particular artistic or cultural discipline, where a master of their craft identifies ‘ones to watch’ and guides viewers through their art form.
The first episode in the series delves into the colourful world of portraiture, with leading portrait artist Jonathan Yeo, known for his paintings of world figures from Tony Blair, to Malala Yousafzai and Kevin Spacey. As the ‘master’, he guides CNN viewers through the genre and naming Richard Twose and Jelena Bulajic as the two breakthrough portrait artists ready to make a major impact on the world stage. FULL POST
Following his public apology earlier in the day, Ferguson, Mo., Police Chief Thomas Jackson sat down exclusively with CNN’s Ana Cabrera.
Will he resign? Why? Why not? And what does he tell his critics? She asked, he answered.
“This is something that has just been weighing one me,” Jackson told Cabrera in the interview that aired on AC360. “It’s something that needed to be said – should have been said a long time ago."
Rachel Nichols goes one-on-one with LeBron James in his first extensive interview since returning to the Cleveland Cavaliers.
In the exclusive TV interview, which airs Friday, James talks about his return to Cleveland and how he is preparing for the heavy expectations placed on him this year.
Rachel also gets James’ take on the recent Atlanta Hawks scandal, including the role of his former Cavs GM Danny Ferry, as well as the national conversation on race that was ignited in Ferguson, Missouri. Dieting, the recent crisis in the NFL and parenting are also discussed.
The full interview will air Friday, September 26th at 10:30 p.m. ET on CNN’s Unguarded with Rachel Nichols.
As air strikes on ISIS in Syria concluded, Pentagon press secretary Rear Admiral John Kirby joined The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer to discuss the campaign. A highlight from the interview is after the jump and a full program transcript is posted on http://archives.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/sitroom.html FULL POST
Celebrity Chef Roy Choi takes a dive into the flavors, sounds and styles of Los Angeles in his new CNN web series – Street Food. Roy dips into the lives of cultural tastemakers to get their perspectives on how everyday trends and cultural movements are born. These are influencers who may work in and around Hollywood, but tackle life with a DIY, on-the-ground approach. Thus the title, Street Food.
The latest CNN Digital Studios production goes live on October 13 and debuts across CNN Digital (CNN.com, CNN Mobile Products, CNN Social), with all eight episodes premiering at once. Interview subjects include: Michelle Phan (YouTube sensation), Jon Favreau (filmmaker), Mike D. (Beastie Boy), Anthony Bourdain (traveler) and Sage Vaughn (artist).
This is the latest series from CNN Digital Studios, the premium digital content arm of CNN, and ahead of Dhani Jones’ Be a Champion due out in early 2015.
Take a sneak peek into the series on CNN.com, and exclusive early images of some of the episodes to come:Street Food with Roy Choi
Well before the first media accounts of the attack on the ISIS stronghold of Raqqa, Abdulkader Hariri, a Twitter user in the town, tweeted this:
"Breaking: Huge explosions shook the city in what might be the beginning of US airstrikes on ISIS HQs in Raqqa.”
Anderson Cooper speaks to Hariri about the Tweet that’s believed to be the first report on the airstrikes carried out against ISIS by the United States. After years of civil war, Hariri told Anderson how he knew these airstrikes did not come from the Assad regime.
Washington (CNN) - The militant group ISIS represents a "very significant potential threat to homeland security," and officials have a "good sense" of the individuals from the United States who are trying to travel to Syria and fight with the terrorist group, the secretary of Homeland Security said Monday on CNN.
"They are a dangerous organization that has acquired territory in Iraq and Syria from which they could launch attacks, train, command and control," Jeh Johnson said on "The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer."
Visit http://www.cnn.com/2014/09/22/politics/dhs-secretary-isis/index.html for the full story.
Blitzer also asked Secy. Johnson about the recent security risks at the White House. Blitzer questioned, "How could this happen, Mr. Secretary?" Johnson replied,"Well, that's what I’d like to know. Director Pearson of the Secret Service has ordered, a security review which she will submit to me. The Secret Service is part of the Department of Homeland Security. I look forward to the findings and recommendations. I'm going to wait till the facts are in before I draw any conclusions. This is clearly, however, a series of troubling events." A full transcript of the program will be posted on http://archives.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/sitroom.html.DHS chief: ISIS a "very significant potential threat" to homeland
Today on CNN’s State of the Union with Candy Crowley, Former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair talks exclusively to Candy Crowley about British involvement in the fight against ISIS, and what the latest videos tell us about the militant group’s intentions.
Blair on the strategy to combat ISIS: "It's now very obvious – from Syria, from Libya, from everything that's happening in the world – that this problem isn't going away, and I think you'll find that the policy undergoes a process of evolution, where people realize in different situations you're having different strategies, and there may be situations in which we are prepared to use combat force"
Blair on fighting ISIS with troops on the ground: “You certainly need to fight groups like ISIS on the ground. It is possible that those people who are there locally and who have the most immediate interest in fighting ISIS can carry on the ground offensive against them. But, look, the - this - this will evolve over time, I'm sure. And I'm sure that the leadership, both in the U.S. and elsewhere, will make sure that whatever is necessary to defeat ISIS is done.”
A full transcript of the interview is available after the jump.
CNN’s FAREED ZAKARIA GPS features an interview with Bill Clinton. As former U.S. President Bill Clinton prepares for the 2014 annual meetings of the Clinton Global Initiative in New York City, Fareed Zakaria spoke with him about the recent plans announced by President Barack Obama on the U.S. contributions to the Ebola outbreak in Africa, and what he feels the U.S. should do about the terrorist group ISIS.
Clinton on Syria: “I supported two years ago the proposal that Hillary and Secretary Panetta and then CIA director, General Petraeus, made to give more robust armed support to the Syrians. But I well understood why the president was reluctant to do it because, as you see in Libya, there’s still lots of militia groups there who like America.”
Clinton on the fight against ISIS in Iraq: "the Iraqi government is now more inclusive than it has been since the fall of Saddam Hussein. And that seems to be awakening, if you will, the willingness of the Sunni tribal leaders to participate in fighting. We know the Kurds and the Peshmerga are willing to fight. If we can help them and support them, I think the larger fight against ISIS can continue as it should – as a local struggle for the freedom and liberty of the people"
Clinton on Russian expansion into Ukraine: "President Yeltsin, in return for Ukraine getting rid of all of its nuclear weapons and sending them to Russia, signed an agreement with me and the then president of Ukraine saying that Russia would always respect Ukraine's territorial integrity. President Putin said it was an agreement, not a treaty, therefore I'm not bound by it. I just think it's a bum rap that expanding NATO caused all this. You know, that - you made me invade Georgia and you made me invade Ukraine because they were the only two countries on my border that weren't part of NATO? I mean come on, it just - it's not a credible thing."
A full transcript of the interview is available after the jump.
As former U.S. President Bill Clinton prepares for the 2014 annual meetings of the Clinton Global Initiative in New York City, Fareed Zakaria spoke with him about the recent plans announced by President Barack Obama on the U.S. contributions to the Ebola outbreak in Africa, and what he feels the U.S. should do about the terrorist group ISIS.
The wide-ranging interview will air inside the Sunday, Sept. 21st edition of CNN's FAREED ZAKARIA GPS.
Fareed Zakaria GPS Airtimes Sunday Sept. 21, 2014
All Times Eastern
CNN International: 3:00p.m.
CNN/U.S.: 10:00a.m., encore at 1:00p.m.