The Young Turks' Cenk Uygur called MSNBC a bunch of pathetic cowards after Chris Hayes apologized to Bill O'Reilly for taking him out of context.
At 8 p.m. ET, I will appear on MSNBC's All In With Chris Hayes to discuss the 2016 GOP presidential field's sputtering reaction to Obergefell v. Hodges.
MSNBC's Chris Hayes apologized tonight for taking his 8 pm rival Bill O'Reilly out of context in a Confederate flag discussion.
Marc Maron implored people earlier today to remember the context in which President Obama said the N-word during a podcast discussion. Maron later appeared on All In With Chris Hayes to talk about how that context gave insight into the person behind the presidency.
South Carolina State Representative Doug Brannon told MSNBC's Chris Hayes tonight he plans to introduce legislation to remove the Confederate flag from the state capitol.
MSNBC's Chris Hayes confronted South Carolina Congressman Mark Sanford tonight about why the Confederate flag, "a symbol of tyranny," continues to fly in the state, and the connection it has to the actions of the Charleston shooter.
At the top of All In with Chris Hayes on Tuesday night, Harris-Perry's full interview with Dolezal finally aired, and in it she expressed far more sympathy than that initial teaser indicated. In fact, the segment that aired after a break mostly consisted of the two women commiserating about issues surrounding their hair.
William Hayes and Chris Long are accustomed to playing football inside the Edward Jones Dome. Panhandling outside of it? Not so much. That's what the best friends and defensive ends on the St. Louis Rams were doing this past March, though,...Show More Summary
At roughly 8:20 p.m. ET, I will appear on MSNBC’s All In With Chris Hayes to discuss the ongoing fight between Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) and the more hawkish candidates in the 2016 GOP field (namely, all of them).
Dan Savage and Chris Hayes both expressed extreme discomfort tonight at some people on the left taking "delight" in the Duggars' hypocrisy due to the molestation involved.
With 171K viewers in the 25-54 demo at 8 p.m., CNN's Anderson Cooper 360 nearly tripled MSNBC's All In with Chris Hayes, which had just 58K. In total viewers, Anderson Cooper topped Chris Hayes 544K to 413K.
Actress and longtime reproductive rights advocate Kathleen Turner ripped what she described as the proliferation of anti-abortion laws on Friday, telling MSNBC host Chris Hayes that they threatened womens’ rights to health care overall. Turner argued that over the past three years, more than...
While prominent Fox News stars Bill O'Reilly, Greta Van Susteren, and Geraldo Rivera have repeatedly slammed Pamela Geller and her "Draw Muhammed" contest that was the subject of a thwarted attack, the anti-Islam activist has gotten support from a seemingly unlikely place: Chris Hayes.
New statements from the Baltimore man who was imprisoned with Freddie Gray in a police van on the night of Gray’s death contradict authorities’ account of the night in question, a local television reporter told MSNBC host Chris Hayes on Thursday. “The key thing to take away is, he...
With 77K viewers in the 25-54 demo, MSNBC's All In with Chris Hayes was the lowest-rated show across all of cable news in primetime Wednesday night. CNN's Anderson Cooper 360 nearly tripled Chris Hayes' show at 8 p.m. with 218K in the demo and Fox News' The O'Reilly Factor was #1 with 404K.
The black man who was pulled over, beaten, punched and shot with a Taser by police officers in Inkster, Michigan, spoke out about the experience on Thursday. Appearing alongside his attorney Gregory Rohl on "All In With Chris Hayes,"...Show More Summary
With 211K viewers in the 25-54 demo, Anderson Cooper 360 was not only the highest-rated show across CNN and MSNBC in primetime Tuesday night but also doubled the ratings of MSNBC's All In with Chris Hayes, which had just 106K viewers. Fox News' The O'Reilly Factor was #1 at 8 p.m. with 538K in the demo.
MSNBC's Chris Hayes has a few issues with Ted Cruz. On a segment Tuesday night about the new 2016 Republican presidential candidate, Hayes said that he finds Cruz to be "inauthentic" in his effort to relate to Americans. "Here's a guy who's running as the kind of folksy populist who has checked every box of the meritocratic elite," Hayes said. Show More Summary
MSNBC's Chris Hayes isn't terribly impressed with Ted Cruz, tonight calling him an elitist attempting to be a "folksy populist" and "inauthentic."