Attorney and multi-platform journalist Sunny Hostin is a CNN legal analyst and anchor for ABC News.
Sunny joined CNN in September 2007 as the legal analyst for CNN’s American Morning, where she became known for her in-depth analysis of headline grabbing trials and legal issues.
Sunny created, wrote and co-produced her popular weekly segment, Sunny’s Law, which answered viewer questions on various topics including homeowner’s rights when faced with foreclosure, how to survive a police encounter, and who gets the ring after a broken engagement.
Before joining CNN, Sunny could be seen on the Fox News Channel, where she was seen weekly on The O'Reilly Factor's "Is It Legal?" segment, sparring with Megan Kelly and Bill O’Reilly on various provocative issues and high-profile cases... [ more ]
August 7, 2014 - Nine potential hosts were selected to participate in chemistry tests for the new panel of The View, and it's already clear that CNN's Sunny Hostin is one of the obvious front-runners for the new mix... [ more ]
CNN | June 26, 2014 - I left my daughter in my car on a hot summer day. It was in July 2007, and I remember that day as if it were yesterday... [ more ]
Anderson Cooper 360 | May 20, 2014 - Rachel Nichols, Sunny Hostin and Jeffrey Toobin discuss the NBA's legal tactics in forcing out owner Donald Sterling... [ more ]
The View | May 9, 2014 - Guest co-host Sunny Hostin; Bette Midler; "The Year of Barbara" welcomes Kim Goldman reflecting on the death of her brother Ron... [ more ]
CNN | May 9, 2014 - Were the racist comments that led to Donald Sterling's lifetime ban from the NBA simply a matter of him being jealous?... [ more ]
CNN | May 7, 2014 - Jason Carroll, Sunny Hostin, and Don Lemon discuss Michael Jordan's remarks about his experiences with racism... [ more ]
The View | March 4, 2014 - Sunny Hostin announces new CNN Show, Making The Case, on The View. Making The Case debuted on March 10th at 10:30... [ more ]
The Root 100 - Sunny Hostin was awarded the 2013 Root 100 award as one of the 100 most influential African Americans for her coverage of the Zimmerman trial... [ more ]