At an event in Texas on Tuesday, Former President George W. Bush explained why he wrote a biography about his father, George H. W. Bush. CNN's Suzanne Malveaux reports.
CNN's Suzanne Malveaux discusses the Florida governor's race between Gov. Rick Scott and former Governor Charlie Crist.
A little appliance caused a big fuss at a Florida debate with Gov. Rick Scott and former Governor Charlie Crist, but Crist's fan isn't allowed on stage under the rules of an October 21 Florida governor's race debate that CNN is hosting in conjunction with Jacksonville affiliate WJXT.
The candidates were sent a memo on October 8 outlining the format, rules and logistical information for the debate. Among those rules: No electronic devices.
After being lampooned on social media with #fangate trending, Gov. Scott told CNN affiliate WPBF, "I think he was sweating and he needed a fan. I'm surprised he didn't try to ask for dry ice." Crist's campaign later started selling hand held fans that read, "I'm a fan of Charlie Crist."
Watch CNN on Tuesday, Oct. 21 at 7 p.m. ET to see Jake Tapper co-host the next live, one-hour gubernatorial debate in Jacksonville, Fla. between the two candidates.
Michelle Kosinski has been named CNN White House correspondent, it was announced today by Sam Feist, CNN senior vice president and Washington bureau chief. Kosinski will join senior White House correspondent Jim Acosta as CNN’s on-air team at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. In addition, Dana Bash and Pamela Brown have been given new responsibilities in Washington. As previously announced, Brianna Keilar has been named senior political correspondent and Suzanne Malveaux returns to the nation’s capital as national correspondent.
“We have put together a powerhouse team of outstanding journalists whose reporting is second to none,” said Feist. “With Michelle, Dana, Pamela, Brianna and Suzanne, as well as our large roster of accomplished journalists, CNN is positioned to deliver the most in-depth, high caliber and informative political coverage anywhere.”
Guests include Obama biographer David Maraniss, former speechwriter Jon Favreau, Bush adviser Karen Hughes, and Nobel winner Paul Krugman
CNN anchors Wolf Blitzer, Anderson Cooper and Jake Tapper will lead the network’s live, comprehensive coverage of President Barack Obama’s fifth State of the Union Address on Tuesday, Jan. 28, beginning at 7 p.m. ET. Guests joining the network’s special coverage will include Obama biographer and journalist David Maraniss, former Obama speechwriter Jon Favreau, former George W. Bush adviser Karen Hughes, and Nobel Prize winner and The New York Times op-ed columnist Paul Krugman.
CNN's Suzanne Malveaux shares her family's personal journey with ALS. Suzanne's mother Myrna Malveaux was diagnosed with the disease a year and a half ago. FULL POST
In an exclusive interview with CNN's Suzanne Malveaux, former president Jimmy Carter shares that Paula Deen reached out to him for advice around her using the N-word.
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The series will air on CNN Newsroom July 23rd, 25th and 26th at 1pm.
CNN anchor Suzanne Malveaux will focus on ALS with a one-time series reporting on three unique faces of ALS and how their families are coping. With the help of Dr. Sanjay Gupta this series will tap into the medical resources as well as the research of the disease.
ALS, (Lou Gehrig’s Disease), is a fatal fast moving disease of the nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord that affects more than 30,000 people at any given time. A person who has ALS loses their ability to control their voluntary muscles and eventually cannot swallow, speak, breathe, or move. They become completely paralyzed and are dependent on machines to live-relying on a feeding tube, trache, breathing machine, motorized wheelchair, and communications equipment. ALS patients usually live 2 to 5 years after their diagnosis, although there are rare exceptions. There is currently no cure for the disease. FULL POST
CNN's Suzanne Malveaux talks with Brian Banks about being signed to the Atlanta Falcons after he was exonerated on rape charges.
Former Georgia Attorney General, Michael Bowers talked to CNN's Suzanne Malveaux about the charges 35 teachers face in the Atlanta Public School cheating scandal.