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Chris Matthews talks to Fred Boenig, a father who lost a son in Afghanistan. He's now taking on Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton about the never-ending push for...
As ISIS continues its rampage across Iraq, Chris Matthews talks to the American who’s been training Iraqi Christians to fight back against the extremists....
His libertarian views are a big part of it. Another is his opposition to the warhawks who dominate the thinking of his party. Chris Matthews reveals why he...
He was joking, but also not. Take note, Cleveland beat writers: Cavaliers coach David Blatt read your negative stories, and he's just waiting to rub them in your faces. From Chris Haynes of Cleveland.com: In early March, I wrote about how head coach David Blatt was overusing Dellavedova and how he likely sees himself in the Australian. Show More Summary
Matthew Dellavedova's heroic Game 3 performance did not come without cost, as the Cleveland Cavaliers guard is dealing with cramps. Continue for updates. Dellavedova Has Cramps Wednesday, June 10 Chris Haynes of the Cleveland Plain Dealer...Show More Summary
During a panel discussion on Tuesday's Hardball, MSNBC's Chris Matthews picked a fight with his panel's lone Republican, who was highlighting the hypocrisy of Hillary Clinton's left-wing populist attacks on wealth given the track record of the Clinton Foundation. Show More Summary
Free advice for Chris Matthews: Now that your wife is running for Congress, you might want to avoid the nasty on-air name-calling of Republicans with whom you disagree.
On Morning Joe, Chris Matthews brought up very astute political points: Why is Hillary moving to the left of her usual positions and what kind of presidency is that?
Doing a postmortem of the Jodi Ernst's inaugural "Roast and Ride" event this weekend in Iowa, MSNBC's Chris Matthews has positive things to say about Gov. Scott Walker (R-Wis.) as a strong contender for next January's caucuses in the Hawkeye State, namely that he had mixed it up with his network colleague Ed Schultz in the recall election and come out on top.
A New York Times article this weekend about Hillary Clinton's "narrower path to the presidency" included what could be read by some as consternation on the part of Centrist Democrats that she is giving up on the "white working-class voters" who helped deliver her husband the presidency in 1992. Show More Summary
This week, Kathleen Matthews, the wife of MSNBC host Chris Matthews, announced her candidacy for the U.S. Congress. On his show, Hardball, that night, Matthews told viewers he would be transparent on TV, and would do whatever he could...Show More Summary
Last month the 2015 CNTRL Tour hit the road with an incredible line up of world class electronic artists. Artists like Richie Hawtin, Matthew Dear, Victor Calderone, Grime, Dubfire, Chris Liebing, and DJTT's own Ean Golden, toured across the U.S. Show More Summary
For the second night in a row, MSNBC Hardball host Chris Matthews treated viewers to biased coverage of voting rights issues, amplifying Hillary Clinton's attack on the GOP in regards to voter ID laws and early-voting changes enacted at the state level. Show More Summary
It was January 3, 2013, and I was asked by MSNBC to be a guest on Hardball with Chris Matthews. My position: more guns equals fewer crimes. And even more to the point, I said on national television that we should arm our school teachers...Show More Summary
On the night before Hillary Clinton's scheduled speech in Houston wherein she will call for a nationwide standard of 20 days of early voting, MSNBC host Chris Matthews subjected viewers to not one but two biased segments on the issue...Show More Summary
Earlier today, Kathleen Matthews, the wife of MSNBC host Chris Matthews, announced her campaign for the Democratic nomination for Congress in the eighth district of Maryland. On MSNBC tonight, her husband opened Hardball with a few personal...Show More Summary
Kathleen Matthews, the wife of MSNBC host Chris Matthews, officially launched her campaign for Congress Wednesday, with a morning announcement in Silver Spring, Maryland. Matthews, a former public relations executive at Marriott andShow More Summary
Earlier today Kathleen Matthews made it official. The former Washington, D.C., news anchor and wife of Hardball host Chris Matthews announced she's seeking the Democratic nomination for the Maryland congressional seat being vacated by Rep. Chris Van Hollen (D), who is seeking the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by Barbara Mikulski, who is retiring.
Today, former news anchor Kathleen Matthews officially announced her campaign for a newly-vacated House of Representatives seat in the state of Maryland.