MSNBC's Chris Hayes faced off with Republican congressman Steve King tonight over his views on Muslim assimilation in the United States.
In an appearance on All In with Chris Hayes, Democratic Rep. Keith Ellison (MN) slammed Republican frontrunner and former reality TV star Donald Trump for setting Americans against each other and irresponsibly ratcheting up hostilities toward Muslims and nonwhites. “He’s whipping up hatred to...
He told Chris Hayes that Trump's rhetoric will cause "mentally unstable" people to attack Muslims
Democratic Congressman Keith Ellison said on MSNBC's All in With Chris Hayes Monday evening that Donald Trump's inflammatory claim that he saw thousands of Muslims celebrating the 9/11 attack would lead to violence.
The friend of a protester who was beaten up at Donald Trump's Birmingham rally days ago spoke to Chris Hayes tonight about witnessing that firsthand and Trump's racially-charged rhetoric.
Is the GOP losing its collective mind over immigration, or is that mind done lost? I'll be on MSNBC's All in with Chris Hayes tonight at 8:00 p.m. to discuss. Related: Here are the five craziest things Republican presidential candidates said about immigration during the month of August:
Quentin Tarantino defended his comments about police brutality during an interview with MSNBC's Chris Hayes on Wednesday. The "Pulp Fiction" director made headlines last month for an appearance at a demonstration against police brutality. ...Show More Summary
Quentin Tarantino spoke with MSNBC's Chris Hayes tonight in his first TV interview on his controversial remarks about the police.
The Vermont senator sat down with Chris Hayes to discuss Kochs, super PACs and inequality. After a strong debate performance and Biden's announcement he wasn't running two weeks ago, Clinton's steady rise in the polls has the Sanders camp on their heels. Show More Summary
MSNBC's Chris Hayes tonight suggested that maybe the problem with the Republican debates is that there are just too many candidates.
Yesterday, we learned that on Sept. 12, 2012, as body parts will still being pulled out of Benghazi, then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton told then-Egyptian Prime Minister Hisham Kandil in a phone call that "We know that the attack in Libya had nothing to do with the film. Show More Summary
MSNBC's Chris Hayes tonight said that this whole push to get Paul Ryan to be the next Speaker of the House is a "terrible idea."
A Chris Hayes fan finally asked the MSNBC host the question every cable news observer has wondered in a Facebook Q&A: why does MSNBC air so many freaking reruns of the prison documentary series Lockup?
Please remember, Jeb. If you have been attacked, that means you have not been kept safe
Not only has Jeb Bush trailed Ben Carson in every national GOP presidential poll over the past seven weeks, now it comes out that the giftedly-handed neurosurgeon is raising more money than the would-be third Bush president, $20 million to $13 million in the third quarter. Show More Summary
"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...