Last night on All In, Chris Hayes invited Planned Parenthood executive vice president Dawn Laguens to the program to discuss the videos released by the Center for Medical Progress. Seemingly not too concerned with the selling of fetal baby parts, Hayes wondered if there was “some sense” that the ‘reproductive health’ organization has “been infiltrated.”
From the July 29 edition of MSNBC's All In With Chris Hayes: Previously: 7 Things Media Should Know About The Third Undercover Attempt To Smear Planned Parenthood MSNBC's NOW With Alex Wagner Highlights The Extreme Groups Behind TheShow More Summary
From the July 27 edition of MSNBC's All In with Chris Hayes: Previously: Can The New York Times Salvage Its Clinton Coverage? After Two Corrections, The NY Times' Botched Email Story Still Has An Error The Unanswered Questions From The NY Times' Debunked Clinton Emails Report
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 —...
From the July 23 edition of MSNBC's All In: Previously: Fox Figures Lead The Charge Praising Trump's Immigrant Smears For Igniting National Immigration Debate O'Reilly Gives Donald Trump A Platform To Continue Calling Latin American Immigrants Rapists And Criminals Ann Coulter Claims Credit For Donald Trump's Anti-Immigrant Bomb Throwing
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MSNBC’s Chris Hayes host may have gotten a last minute reprieve with this morning’s news his ratings-anemic primetime program, All In with Chris Hayes had received that cable news network’s only nominations for the 36th edition of the News & Docu Emmy Awards. Show More Summary
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
As if anyone needed to be reminded, Chris Hayes really doesn’t like conservatives. The far left MSNBC host led off his show last night with an extended anti-Republican rant, then had fellow liberal Sam Seder come on the show to reinforce...Show More Summary
"All In" guest Sam Seder explains how Trump is playing to the base -- and making Jeb lean further to the right
The MSNBC host dives into the meaning of the first sitting president's visit to a U.S. prison
The MSNBC host tackles the former president's unprecedented apology for "making the problem worse"
The MSNBC host interviews Coates about his new book, "Between the World and Me"
The woman who gave Chris Hayes a helluva nutty interview at the Bundy Ranch siege in 2014, keeps the hits coming. Nevada Republican Assemblywoman, Michele Fiore, who thinks cancer can be flushed out with salt water, and 'young, hot little...Show More Summary
From the July 8 edition of All In with Chris Hayes: KATY TUR: Republicans say that you're hurting the party. Do you think you're hurting the party? If you divide them so severely will you be able to get the nomination and then become...Show More Summary
Ben Hayes is Chris Thiessen's homie from Atlanta. They started filming this part in Cali, then Ben went home and finished it in ATL. The post On The Radar: Ben Hayes appeared first on Transworld Skateboarding.
MSNBC host Chris Hayes devoted a segment during Monday’s All In to commenting on the financial crisis in Greece and chose not to attack the left-wing government or any of the previous governments for their spending habits, but rather...Show More Summary
The FBI and ATF are now helping investigate a string of fires at black churches in the South since the massacre in Charleston. Joy Reid talks with All in with Chris Hayes about #WhoIsBurningBlackChurches.
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.