I only watched the first five minutes and Poland was given all of that time.
Were you watching CNN International? Here in New York, this tragedy hardly 'dominated' the news cycles. Maybe I missed it.
Perhaps you should consider watching CNN instead of relying on FauxNews to tell you what CNN said.
I stopped watching ALL the infotainment channels in the US long ago. Still, I thought I'd tune in to watch 'coverage' of this.
As an aside...
I was in Poland in 2007 when California experienced a major wildfire. CNN International had reported on the the accommodations provided some residents in a nearby stadium. Interviews with parents revealed elation with the circus-like atmosphere of hotdogs, soda and clowns which made the experience more 'festive-like' for the children. The conclusion? America had come a long way from the days of Hurricane Katrina. Of course, the ensuing commentary focused upon 'race' with respect to the two events.
Meanwhile, BBC and RT had reported that California's inability to fight the fires was a direct result of George Bush's 'appropriating' the California National Guard's equipment (along with its Guardsmen) for the Iraq War effort some years before. Despite promises to replace the equipment from the war budget, California was left 'high-and-dry'.
But at least there were hotdogs, sodas and clowns - if not nefariously racist motivations.
So no, I don't watch ABCNNBCBS - or FOX. I watch BBC, RT and PressTV via the internet.
Harry; I'd be happy to buy you a beer the next time I'm in Poland. Ironically, I drink Lech :)