This has to be the most surreal interview ever aired on Chris Hayes' show. Guest host Ari Melber interviewed Jeffrey Follmer, head of the police union for Cleveland police. While I understand that union officers are bound by duty toShow More Summary
This is a great rant from Chris Hayes toward those who keep trying to change the subject from torture to drones. Like Joe Scarborough, for example, who also reads off the same set of focus group-tested talking points as Fox News' EdShow More Summary
MSNBC host Chris Hayes sounded a grim note on his show this week following the release of the Senate's scathing report on the CIA's Bush-era torture program. Citing 18 US Code § 2340A, which categorically outlaws torture, and the further...Show More Summary
I share the anger Col. Wilkerson gets across during his interview with Chris Hayes about the lies and misdirection in the CIA torture program. Wilkerson was visibly angry during the entire interview, but nowhere was that more evident...Show More Summary
A dancer known for her work with Chris Brown, Britney Spears and VH1’s “Hit The Floor” has died in an apparent murder-suicide after her rapper husband Earl Hayes claimed Moseley was cheating on him with a friend. New information shows...Show More Summary
So sad… Stephanie Moseley And Earl Hayes Death A dancer known for her work with Chris Brown, Britney Spears and VH1’s “Hit The Floor” has died in an apparent murder-suicide. Stephanie Moseley passed away early this a.m. alongside her rapper
Governor Jay Nixon explained why North County didn’t have a National Guard presence the night the grand jury announced its verdict in the case of Darren Wilson. Nixon talked to Chris Hayes of Fox2Now/St. Louis. One guardsmen told me, “We were watching, on TV and smart phones, the city burn, while we stood by ready.” [...]
On MSNBC, Chris Hayes examines a portion of the Eric Garner video that has received less attention: the tense moments before he had a heart attack on the way to the hospital. Read the rest
When Jeff Roorda agreed to appear on Chris Hayes' show, I'm betting he was expecting the usual Chris Hayes who is unflaggingly polite and allows his guests to filibuster at will. Instead, he was asked whether or not he believed the Ferguson Grand Jury would have been conducted in the same way if Michael Brown had shot Darren Wilson. Show More Summary
Joe Scarborough's repeated rants against Michael Brown and the "hands up, don't shoot" gesture appear to have ruffled the feathers of more than just his colleagues Chris Hayes and Lisa Bloom.
It appears a fracture has emerged between MSNBC's progressive primetime host Chris Hayes and the network's morning mainstay Joe Scarborough. The cause of this latest rift? "Hands up, don't shoot."
On a recent episode of Chris Hayes' MSNBC show, the host speaks with Frank Ancona, Imperialist Wizard of the Traditionalist American Knights of the KKK. Read the rest
After an interview with Daryl Parks, an attorney for Michael Brown's family, MSNBC's Chris Hayes was forced to scramble and seek cover after hearing gunfire.
Monday night while covering the Ferguson riots MSNBC’s Chris Hayes was forced off air because he had to run for cover from gun shots ringing out behind him after the grand jury announcement that Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson will not face charges for fatally shooting Michael Brown. Follow Pam Key on Twitter @pamkeyNEN
From the November 22 edition of SiriusXM's Media Matters Radio: Previously: Fox News' Erickson Tells Republicans To Shut Down The Government Limbaugh Credits Fox News For Giving GOP "Permission" To Talk About Impeachment Limbaugh: The Government "Damn Well Needs To Be Shut Down" To Block Executive Action On Immigration
There's a lot to see in this interview with Chris Hayes and Rep. Mo Brooks (R-AL), but I want you to pay special close attention to the part of the segment where Hayes asks about Reagan's amnesty. And you really must watch it, too, because...Show More Summary
MSNBC's Chris Hayes tonight confronted a Republican congressman who suggested President Obama could potentially face jail time for immigration action.
Jennifer Aniston details her body transformation for 'Cake,' Sean Hayes gets hitched, Jennifer Lawrence sings "The Hanging Tree" in 'Mockingjay: Part 1,' and more First Dibs.
When Murguía joined MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow and Chris Hayes immediately following the president’s address to the nation on immigration Thursday night, she expressed a very different outlook.
With 122K viewers in the 25-54 demo Wednesday night, MSNBC's All In with Chris Hayes came in last place during the 8 p.m. time slot. Fox News' The O'Reilly Factor was #1 with 591K, followed by CNN's Anderson Cooper 360 with 168K and HLN's Nancy Grace with 141K.