With AT&T's purchase of Time-Warner likely to get a swift OK from Obama, we should remember that its oldest property is CNN, which originally stood for Caveman News Network. With its sale, let us trip down memory lane with the stories that made CNN what it is today.
What inspired me to go through CNN's old stories was this headline from https://www.reddit.com/r/The_Donald/
CNN 1775: George Washington hates women. King George III has the only sensible economic plan for the colonies.If it is on the Internet, it must be true.
Other stories I found online:
CNN 32 AD: Populist from Nazareth brings out Romophobia in uneducated fishermen.
CNN 443: Xenophobes wrongly blame all Huns for Attila's actions.
CNN 1502: Republicans waste time investigating another Lucrezia Borgia conspiracy.
CNN 1623: Fact check: Experts say Galileo wrong about Earth revolving around the Sun.
CNN 1735: Legal experts say Zenger's use of the truth as a defense in a libel case sets a dangerous precedent.
CNN 1860: Ending slavery will ruin U.S. economy and imperil jobs in the North.
CNN 1865: Democrats blame Lincoln's harsh rhetoric for his assassination.
CNN 1932: Members of the Centre Party distance themselves from Hindenburg after remarks.
CNN 1964: If Barry Goldwater is elected, we will have 500,000 soldiers in Vietnam in two years.
CNN 2000: Al Gore wins Florida and the presidency.
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