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The first book about the 2016 election is already out (and it’s by an Atlanta Magazine alum)

On the night of the 2016 presidential election, Thomas Lake was in CNN’s studio in Washington, D.C., watching Wolf Blitzer, Jake Tapper, and the rest of the network’s politics team narrate the craziest story in modern American electoral history. For the past 18 months, he’d been working full-time on a book about the election—a book that audaciously (or insanely, depending on your perspective) was designed to be released just a week after the election. Yes, a week.
CNN Newsroom

This is the CNN nerve center

Since the former Omni International Complex’s rechristening as the CNN Center in 1987, the newsroom has been the core of the network’s global news-gathering operations.
Stone Mountain VICE guide

Atlanta Must Reads for the Week: VICE’s Atlanta guide, Georgia’s youngest openly gay state lawmaker, and John Schuerholz’s legacy

The best stories each week about Atlanta, from Atlanta-based writers, and beyond.
Erick Erickson

31. Erick Erickson

Erick Erickson, the conservative blogger turned CNN pundit turned WSB radio talk show host, has carved out a niche as Georgia’s answer to Rush Limbaugh, encouraging and hectoring conservative politicians to see things his way.

Video of the Day: CNN made a 2016 election themed version of Too Many Cooks

In a somewhat puzzling show of corporate synergy, sibling network CNN has released a cover of "Too Many Cooks," the wickedly clever sitcom genre parody that aired on Cartoon Network's Adult Swim.

Where are they now? CNN’s Boys of Baghdad

When CNN anchor Bernard Shaw flew to Iraq to interview Saddam Hussein, he didn’t intend to make history as a war correspondent. Shaw—along with reporters Peter Arnett and John Holliman and producer Robert Wiener—was in a hotel awaiting a call from Hussein’s reps when the deadline for U.N. sanctions passed.

Desert Storm: The first war televised live around the world (and around the clock)

My first day at CNN was August 1, 1990. After a career spent in newspapers, I needed time to become familiar with CNN’s staff, operations, finances, and plans for the future. But on my second day—August 2, 1990—Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait.

CNN and Georgia Tech are exploring ways to use drones in journalism

It’s not a bird or a plane or a man in cape or even a UFO.

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