The lurid coverage of war and terror as ratings catnip is back, and worse than ever. Here's what happens next
MSNBC's Chris Hayes praised Fox News personality and conservative pundit Laura Ingraham on Tuesday evening for her response to a new video purportedly showing Somalia's al-Shabab extremists urging Muslims to attack U.S. shopping malls. Ingraham...Show More Summary
MSNBC's Chris Hayes appeared to shock even himself Tuesday night by giving credit where credit is due to Fox News contributor and conservative radio host Laura Ingraham for comments she made about ISIS on Fox & Friends this morning.
When reporting on a TV personality possibly getting the boot from their network, it's par for the course to request for official comment on the matter. When you do this long enough, you begin to notice some patterns as it pertains to certain networks. In the case of MSNBC (and NBC News in general), I think I’ve found — as they say in poker — their tell.
After MSNBC cancelled both Joy Reid and Ronan Farrow's shows, another report said Chris Hayes's primetime show was next, but the network has officially denied that bit of speculation.
As the afternoon shows hosted by Ronan Farrow and Joy Reid are canceled due to poor ratings, is MSNBC next planning to replace Chris Hayes with Rachel Maddow?
Bill O'Reilly last night started calling the global fight against ISIS a "holy war," and MSNBC's Chris Hayes responded tonight by saying that's a characterization that, actually, ISIS would love.
MSNBC's Chris Hayes tonight defended State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf by saying the U.S. has been trying to "kill our way out" quite often in the past few years, and asked what that has actually accomplished.
MSNBC's Chris Hayes had some fun at Fox & Friends host Steve Doocy's expense last night following a segment on the Fox News morning show that singled out Disney's Frozen as an example of Hollywood's supposed bias against men.
Fox News made the decision to host ISIS' most recent video, in full, on its website, and MSNBC guest Laith Alkhouri told Chris Hayes tonight that only "disseminates terrorist propaganda."
Last night I appeared on MSNBC’s 8 p.m. show to discuss libertarian approaches to vaccination policy, comments by Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.), the narrow policy distance between Paul and President Barack Obama, distrust in elites (including...Show More Summary
On Thursday evening, MSNBC's All In w/ Chris Hayes aired a special "2016 Fantasy Candidate Draft" game show episode, wherein five participants each blindly selected five potential candidates off a board and punditized their picks along the way. It was well worth the watch...
Last week, we reported that CNN is planning to get into the game show business with a political trivia-based special hosted by Anderson Cooper set to air on President's Day. But now, it appears that MSNBC's Chris Hayes has beat them to the punch.
MSNBC's All In with Chris Hayes stood out Friday night as the only regular primetime show on the big three cable news networks to draw less than 100K viewers in the 25-54 demo. During the 8 p.m. time slot, Chris Hayes was third with 87K, which CNN's Anderson Cooper 360 had nearly twice as many viewers with 168K and Fox News' The O'Reilly Factor was #1 with 399K.
Chris Hayes observed on MSNBC tonight that President Obama had a lot of "swag" in his State of the Union speech tonight, especially with that burn about winning two elections.
Mike Huckabee's passage about the dangers of Beyoncé in his new book, God, Guns, Grits, and Gravy, has apparently reignited Bill O'Reilly's obsession with the pop star. Last week, the Fox host bonded with Huckabee over the issue and tonight he plans to talk about Beyoncé once again.
Noticing a lack of Golden Globes victories for black actors (and civil rights drama Selma), MSNBC host Chris Hayes labeled the Hollywood awards show as being white-dominated this year.
Joe Scarborough's repeated rants against Michael Brown and the "hands up, don't shoot" gesture appear to have ruffled the feathers of more than just his colleagues Chris Hayes and Lisa Bloom.
It appears a fracture has emerged between MSNBC's progressive primetime host Chris Hayes and the network's morning mainstay Joe Scarborough. The cause of this latest rift? "Hands up, don't shoot."
After an interview with Daryl Parks, an attorney for Michael Brown's family, MSNBC's Chris Hayes was forced to scramble and seek cover after hearing gunfire.