Starting tomorrow, apologizing will get a whole lot easier. Former MSNBC news anchor Greta Van Susteren announced via Facebook that she's releasing a new app, Sorry, for free on November 14th. READ MORE »
Greta Van Susteren has been busy since parting ways with MSNBC this summer after just six months on the job. The veteran news anchor is volunteering her time at Voice of America, has written a new advice book about social media for older people who don’t know how to use it, and now has proved […]
From tech guru Greta Van Susteren.
"Imagine if you and everyone else got to vote 'accept or reject' when Kathy Griffin apologized? Was it enough? or not?"
From Hurricanes Katrina to Maria, with Sandy, Harvey, Irma, and a Haitian earthquake in between, I’ve seen catastrophes up close, on the ground, either covering the news or assisting on relief missions. Sometimes both. In 12 years, I’ve learned one crucial fact about 21st century natural disasters:...
On Friday's The Beat with Ari Melber -- a relatively new MSNBC show that recently replaced Greta Van Susteren's For the Record show -- host Melber not surprisingly assembled a panel of lefties to discuss the week's news for the show's...Show More Summary
Senior fellow at USC, a humanitarian trip to Africa, and she's launching a messaging app.
MSNBC’s newly named The Beat with Ari Melber will debut Monday at 6 pm ET. Melber tweeted the announcement this morning. The 6 pm slot was left vacant when MSNBC ousted Greta Van Susteren from her short-lived perch there. Melber, host...Show More Summary
Van Susteren slammed what she considered to be a "tasteless" move by CNN who didn't need to gloat about having the scoop on such tragic news, according to Greta.
After being fired from MSNBC last month, Greta Van Susteren is actively searching for her next venture.
TMZ reports that Donald Trump has gone on a Twitter rampage claiming Greta Van Susteren got fired because “she refused to go along w/ ‘Trump hate!'” Trump sent the tweets on Saturday. MSNBC claims that the parting with Greta was mutual. Show More Summary
Donald Trump had Greta Van Susteren on his mind for an early morning tweet on Saturday. Some folks think that tweeting about the integrity of journalists shouldn’t be a priority for the president after what unfolded this week between Trump and two hosts from MSNBC. Show More Summary
Despite widespread condemnation for that low-blow twitter assault on Morning Joe‘s Mika Brzinzski, President Donald Trump returned to that battle today with a transparently mixed message – an insult barely disguised as a peace offering. “Crazy...Show More Summary
Together with lashing out at the anchors of Morning Joe, slamming "garbage" fake news CNN, and suggesting that Greta Van Susteren was fired because she "refused to go along with Trump hate", President Trump on Saturday blasted the 29...Show More Summary
Trump tweeted about Greta van Susteren, Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski
Trump, not backing down, keeps tweeting about Joe and Mika, but he's not just standing his ground. He's advancing the theory. Here's his most recent tweet, from 2 hours ago:Crazy Joe Scarborough and dumb as a rock Mika are not bad people, but their low rated show is dominated by their NBC bosses. Show More Summary
President Donald Trump again blasts MSNBC in the latest instalment of his social media campaign against detractors.
Following the dust up between Donald Trump and MSNBC's Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski, and the revelation that Trump and his cohorts may have basically tried to blackmail the pair over a National Enquirer story, Fox has been onShow More Summary
Donald Trump started a new month in the White House by launching a barrage of tweets aimed at journalists and the “fake news” media. Tweeted Trump: “Word is that @Greta Van Susteren was let go by her out of control bosses at @NBC… R...
Word is that @Greta Van Susteren was let go by her out of control bosses at @NBC & @Comcast because she refused to go along w/ 'Trump hate!'