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CNN Evening News for Thursday, Mar 29, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The Fox News controversy over the death of Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich in which Sean Hannity tried to tie the murder into DNC hacking recalled. Report introduced.

(New York: Randi Kaye) The controversy over Fox host Laura Ingraham's criticism of Parkland, Florida, school shooting survivor David Hogg for not getting into four colleges examined; Ingraham's critical & apologetic tweets quoted; scenes shown of Hogg speaking at the "March for Our Lives" rally; details given about other right criticisms of Hogg. The criticism from Representative Steve King of Parkland survivor Emma Gonzalez for having a Cuba patch on her jacket noted & quoted. [HOGG - denies being a "crisis actor."]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Brian Stelter) How the Parkland students are still just high schoolers, but are politically powerful as evidenced by Hogg's call for advertisers to quit Ingraham's show, where Fox advertising stands & conspiracy theory lawsuits discussed.

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