All In with Chris Hayes was the most-watched show across MSNBC's prime time schedule in the 25-54 demo Wednesday night with 211K viewers. Hardball with Chris Matthews was a close second with 209K and PoliticsNation with Al Sharpton was third with 198K. Perennial frontrunner The Rachel Maddow Show was fourth with 195K.
On MSNBC Wednesday night, Chris Hayes grilled New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio on his support of Israel, asking if it's really part of his job as mayor to be a "defender of Israel."
One year ago, in the emotionally smoldering aftermath of the horrific mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School, there was a national conversation about measures like universal background checks and an assault weapons ban that would have also limited the size of magazines. Show More Summary
An in-house promo on MSNBC shows a series of colorful shower curtains backed by a sappily whistled tune; the final curtain turns out to be not for a shower but for a voting booth — at which point prime-time All In host Chris Hayes says, "In America there are many ways to express yourself, but only one that counts. Show More Summary
All In with Chris Hayes was the second highest rated show in the 25-54 demo on MSNBC Tuesday night, with 290K viewers. The Rachel Maddow Show was #1 on the network with 343K.
Following the release yesterday of the State Department report on the environmental impact of the Keystone XL Pipeline, MSNBC's Chris Hayes delivered a blistering rebuke of America's dependence on fossil fuels, likening President Barack Obama's apparent willingness to embrace the project to a drug addicts trapped in a "self-destructive cycle."
On Monday night's All In with Chris Hayes, host Chris Hayes broadcast his exclusive interview with star Seattle Seahawks cornerback and recent controversy magnet Richard Sherman, and while the two covered a lot of ground...
On Friday's All In show on MSNBC, host Chris Hayes rejoiced in the "victory" of the Iran sanctions bill in the Senate being stifled, as the MSNBC host expressed his hope that viewers of the show had helped derail the bill, encouraging audience members to "pour yourself a cold... -
(By Juan Cole) Republicans like Marco Rubio are making hay of a Senate report on the Benghazi attack on a US consulate that left 4 Americans dead, including Ambassador to Libya Chris…
Chris Hayes of MSNBC says that Cory Booker and Kirsten Gillibrand should stop sabotaging the Iran deal for AIPAC and heed the lesson of Kerry and Hillary: war is bad for presidential hopes
There are many questions swirling around about the ever-deepening Bridgegate scandal, and for the media, one such question is "how much is too much?" The answer to that depends partially on who you ask, and partially on how this story...Show More Summary
Chris Hayes asked the mayor of Fort Lee, New Jersey to respond to a former Port Authority official involved in the traffic scandal calling him a "little Serbian." The mayor's response: he "deserves an ass-kicking."
Rolling Stone columnist Jesse Myerson became embroiled in controversy after he published a piece in which he advised millennials on the type of economic reforms for which he though they should be fighting. Conservatives bristled at the...Show More Summary
What was the most "over-covered" story of the year according to MSNBC's Chris Hayes? Thanks to Fox News' "obsession," the MSNBC host gave that honor to...
Thursday night, MSNBC posted some solid ratings in prime time, while CNN continued to struggle. Anderson Cooper 360 at 8pm had just 77K viewers in the 25-54 demo vs. The O'Reilly Factor's 576K and All In with Chris Hayes' 216K.
With the media continuing to reel from insensitive comments made by Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson, MSNBC host Chris Hayes and The Nation reporter Richard Kim had an interesting take on the incident on Thursday night’s episode of All In. Show More Summary
CNN's Anderson Cooper 360 beat MSNBC's All In with Chris Hayes in both the 25-54 demo and total viewers Thursday night. During the 8pm hour, Anderson Cooper had 181K in the demo and 588K total viewers, while Chris Hayes had 126K in the demo and 576K total viewers.
Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly has caused a stir with her emphatic declaration that both Santa Claus and Jesus are purely, verifiably white, but on MSNBC's All In with Chris Hayes, the reality of Santa's racial, and indeed his corporeal, identity is quite a bit different. Show More Summary
Salon's Josh Eidelson reported exclusively Thursday morning that MSNBC host Chris Hayes attended a secret meeting with employees of Peacock Productions, an NBC Universal-owned production outfit that is seeking to unionize.