CNN Special Report

This television program features various episodes that each deal with a different topic that has been on the minds of Americans, as well as topics that the journalists feel is of great enough importance to share with the public. Each episode portrays a different story, ranging from shockingly violent cases, news stories pertaining to the world of entertainment, and stories such as "Voices of Auschwitz" that take viewers back in time over half a century, to a moment of history that has been looked upon with great sadness. Each episode features the host in addition to guests who share their opinions.

Tuesdays 9:00 PM et/pt on CNN
4 Seasons, 71 Episodes
July 15, 2014
Documentary & Biography, Drama
Cast: Christiane Amanpour, Nic Robertson, Alex Quade, Anderson Cooper
CNN Special Report

CNN Special Report Full Episode Guide

  • Jim Sciutto and Pamela Brown present live reaction and analysis of James Comey's first interview since being fired as F.B.I. director. This follows "James Comey - An ABC News Exclusive Event Interview" just broadcast with George Stephanopoulos interviewing Comey.

  • An in-depth look at the tragic and gruesome fraternity death of 19-year-old Penn State University student Tim Piazza; his murder led to one of the largest criminal indictments in history against a fraternity and its members.

  • Trump one year later. Jim Sciutto and Pamela Brown host.

  • All the best moments and all the worst moments from the year 2017. Tom Foreman hosts.

  • Retired Lt. General Michael Flynn, a decorated military intelligence hero and leader in the War on Terror, finds himself caught up in the ongoing investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. election. Hosted by Jim Sciutto, Chief National Security Correspondent for CNN.

  • The demand for Donald Trump humor transforms late-night talk shows and the hosts who front them; CNN analyzes the impact of President Trump on current comedy; the blurred lines between late night and news. Hosted by Brian Stelter.

  • Jake Tapper hosts live coverage on the day's developments in the Special Counsel investigation, led by former FBI Director Robert Mueller. The first criminal charges are filed in the investigation into Russian influence in the 2016 Election. New evidence shows the Special Council zeroing in on possible collusion.

  • Donald Trump first used twitter to promote himself and his projects; candidate Trump used twitter to rally his supporters; President Trump still tweets, but it may be possible that twitter will become his Achilles' heel.

  • North Korea has shown the world its missiles and military might; the rest of the country remains veiled in secrecy; exclusive and unprecedented access; Will Ripley returns to North Korea for a record twelfth trip.

  • Twenty years after Princess Diana died in a tragic car crash, CNN's senior international correspondent Clarissa Ward examines the events and circumstances surrounding her 1997 death. This report explores the lesser-known moments of the princess' journey and shares intimate details from interviews with some of her closest friends and those near to her on the night of her death, some of whom have never spoken publicly on the subject before.

  • Fareed Zakaria examines how Trump's own life story helped him forge a powerful connection with Americans who felt they'd been left behind.

  • Carolyn Warmus has maintained her innocence since the day she was charged with the murder of her married lover's wife. Kyra Phillips investigates.

  • Fareed Zakaria examines how Trump's own life story helped him forge a powerful connection with Americans who felt they'd been left behind.

  • CNN correspondent Kyra Phillips plays never-before-heard excerpts from the tapes that rocked the O.J. Simpson trial and sits down for a rare interview with the woman who recorded them.

  • An investigation into Russia's role in the 2016 presidential election and possible ties to President Donald Trump's campaign has bogged down the administration's agenda and created turmoil in the White House; Jim Sciutto and Pam Brown host live.

  • Anderson Cooper returns to the Pulse night club to help tell the stories of the people of Orlando; the battle to establish the legacy of the attack from agony to triumph.

  • Doctors at Montefiore Medical Center separated conjoined twins Jadon and Anias McDonald in 2016; CNN follows the twins through separation and recovery.

  • CNN looks at the charges against Bill Cosby as his criminal trial begins.

  • CNN looks at the charges against Bill Cosby as his criminal trial begins.

  • 10-years ago, 3-year-old Madeleine McCann disappeared. Could she still be alive? CNN's Randi Kaye investigates.

  • Almost two months after spending 28 hours under siege in ISIS-held Mosul, CNN senior international correspondent Arwa Damon and photojournalist Brice Laine go back to the beset city to discover what happened after they escaped.

  • Clarissa Ward investigates the history of 28-year-old Younnes Delefortrie, a past Catholic altar boy from a middle-class Belgian family, who converted to Islam and became part of ISIS in Syria.

  • Fareed Zakaria searches to find the true nature of the relationship between President Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin, and the implications of their relationship for the world.

  • Friends and longtime Trump watchers give insight into Melania Trump's upbringing in Slovenia, her relationship with Donald Trump, and how she may shape the office of the First Lady.

  • President Donald Trump addresses a joint session of Congress followed by commentary and summation by CNN News staff.

  • Spotlight on Ivanka Trump, her role as one of her father's most successful surrogates on the campaign trail, and the issues she's most passionate about as her father moves into the White House; Gloria Borger hosts.

  • Exploring the theories, secrets and bombshells of the mysterious murder of JonBenet Ramsey; a rare interview with John Ramsey.

  • Former presidential candidates Mitt Romney, Michael Dukakis, John McCain, Walter Mondale and Bob Dole share their experiences of losing the presidential race.