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."
An employee for the Florida Department of Environmental Protection told MSNBC's Chris Hayes tonight that he was punished because he expressed his personal view on climate change and wrote the words "climate change" and "sea level rise" in his notes about a conference call on the matter.
Things got awkward on All in with Chris Hayes Tuesday night, when CBS' Nancy Giles ribbed fellow guest Jay Smooth for appropriating black culture, at which point he informed her he was, in fact, black. Though Hayes and the guests laughed it off, the clip went viral yesterday.
MSNBC's All In with Chris Hayes had its second-lowest ratings on 2015 in the 25-54 demo on Tuesday with just 72K viewers at 8 p.m. The show's lowest numbers came on January 16 when Chris Hayes had 67K in the demo.
Last night, a panel on All In with Chris Hayes became the ultimate example of how awkward the results of Starbucks's #RaceTogether campaign could be.
Chris Hayes had CBS journalist Nancy Giles and hip-hop scholar and Race Forward multimedia producer Jay Smooth on his show last night to discuss Starbucks' embarrassing attempt at solving racism by writing on cups. Everything was going great until Giles accused Smooth of appropriating black culture, to which he had the... More »
Smooth appeared on "All in with Chris Hayes" to discuss Starbucks' #RaceTogether campaign
In one of the most cringe-worthy moments of television you will ever see, on Tuesday night’s All In with Chris Hayes, activist Nancy Giles of CBS Sunday Morning accused hip hop critic and cultural commentator Jay Smooth of being a white man who is trying to “code switch,” i.e.,...
MSNBC host Chris Hayes and RedState.com contributing editor Leon Wolf found common ground on Monday following Wolf’s piece calling on his fellow conservatives to pay attention to the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) findings regarding police in Ferguson, Missouri. “It’s a...
With 112K viewers in the 25-54 demo Friday evening, Hardball with Chris Matthews came out ahead of MSNBC's primetime offering, All In with Chris Hayes and The Rachel Maddow Show. Those shows had 84K and 96K demo viewers, respectivel...
MSNBC's Chris Hayes last night took a look at why Fox News topped a poll this week about news organizations that people trust.
Journalist Rebecca Traister made a groundbreaking statement for working moms on MSNBC
"Everyone gets this wrong, including people who write about media for a living"
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.