"I differ with Clinton in many areas," Bernie Sanders told MSNBC host Chris Hayes
MSNBC's Chris Hayes tonight asked Bernie Sanders if he thinks his campaign has done a good job building a coalition that reaches out beyond just white voters.
Mother Jones National Affairs Editor Mark Follman spoke with MSNBC's Chris Hayes Monday night about our cover story, "Inside the Race to Stop the Next Mass Shooter." The MoJo investigation comes just days after a 26-year-old opened fire at Umpqua Community College in Oregon, killing nine and wounding nine others. (Mark's appearance starts at 9:54.)
Former Vice President Al Gore blasted Republicans on Tuesday for continuing to deny climate change, as he and MSNBC host Chris Hayes noted that American conservatives are unique in doing so. “We’re the only country in the world where one of the major political parties denies the reality...
While conservatives have tried to dismiss Pope Francis’ public stances, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) endorsed the Catholic Church leader in an interview with MSNBC’s Chris Hayes on Tuesday. “Obviously, I disagree with the Pope on a woman’s right to choose, and I disagree with...
Irving Police Chief Larry Boyd refused to say on Thursday that his officers erred in arresting 14-year-old Ahmed Mohamed on Monday even though they allegedly knew he did not bring a bomb to his high school. MSNBC host Chris Hayes gave Boyd the opportunity to admit to a mistake, while conceding that...
Budding engineer Ahmed Mohamed has called the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) his “dream school.” Well, Ahmed, it seems the positive feelings are mutual. During an interview with MSNBC's Chris Hayes on Wednesday, the 14-year-old,...Show More Summary
MSNBC host Chris Hayes had a pleasant surprise for Ahmed Mohamed, the 14-year-old Muslim teenager who was arrested at his high school in Irving, Texas after officials determined his homemade clock could be a “hoax bomb.” Hayes brought in astrophysicist Chanda Prescod-Weinstein, who...
MSNBC's Chris Hayes faced off tonight with Kim Davis's attorney Mathew Staver and pressed him on what's the difference between what she's doing and denying interracial marriage licenses.
MSNBC host Chris Hayes mocked a Republican political action committee on Friday for airing a commercial backing Sen. Russ Johnson (R-WI) in party by using a photo of President Barack Obama purportedly shaking hands with his Iranian counterpart, Hassan Rouhani. “This is really amazing —...
As many who work in television know: Ratings may determines whether a show lives or dies, but it doesn't always indicate whether a show is good or bad. Take, for instance, MSNBC's All In with Chris Hayes.
The MSNBC host takes a look at how law enforcement might be covering police shootings from the inside
The MSNBC host interviews Coates about his new book, "Between the World and Me"
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.