CNN's approach to "news" is pretty silly. They just latch onto something and won't let go. The most ridiculous case was the recent disappearance of the airliner, but just yesterday they did it again in a different kind of way, focusing on the shooting in Oregon for hour after hour when they had absolutely no information to impart beyond what they could give in two minutes. Now, I realize that the two events are very different, but the approach is the same. I guess it's impossible to avoid that kind of "reporting" if you're on a 24/7 news cycle.
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