On his show Thursday night — not long after the latest Star Wars trailer dropped — Chris Hayes sat down with New York Magazine‘s Abraham Riesman and Flavorwire’s Jason Bailey to geek out over the highly anticipated movie. And they did it frame by frame in the style of the cult classic Mystery Science Theater 3,000. Watch:
Perhaps the most interesting thing about this segment from Tuesday is watching host Chris Hayes try and make sense of the issues. Tisch and Ravitch basically stick to their talking points and fight to a draw. Along the way Hayes raises the education-poverty question and brings up the comparison to anti-vaxxers. Show More Summary
Appearing on the Thursday edition of MSNBC’s All In with Chris Hayes, National Organization for Women (NOW) President Terry O’Neill ripped critics of Hillary Clinton from the 1990s to the present for leveling “silly” attacks on the Democratic presidential candidate as she’s looking to “bring another sea change to our politics.”
After members of the media literally chased down Hillary Clinton’s campaign van in Iowa on Tuesday afternoon, MSNBC reporter Alex Seitz-Wald appeared on All In with Chris Hayes and did his best to sympathize with her campaign’s inability to push her message without the media following her.
Last week, MSNBC's Chris Hayes tried valiantly to get past EdSec Duncan's talking points (Why is Common Core so controversial?) Curmudgucation tears it apart here. At least Duncan now limits his "race-to-the-bottom" claims about NCLB to 20 states. Show More Summary
From the April 9 edition of CSPAN's Washington Journal: Previously: Daily Caller's Latest Brush With Sexism: Email Calls Spokesperson A "Self-Righteous Bitch," "LabiaFace" MSNBC's Chris Hayes: "Odious" Emails Provide "A View Into The World Of Tucker Carlson"
Apparently farmers in Kansas don't smoke, drink or get tattoos. Ever.
From the March 31 edition of MSNBC's All In With Chris Hayes: Related: Vox: The Conspiracy Theory Around Harry Reid's Exercise Accident, Explained Previously: MSNBC's Chris Hayes: "Odious" Emails Provide "A View Into The World Of Tucker...Show More Summary
Ari Melber, filling in for Chris Hayes, hosted Dan Savage, conservative pundit Ryan Anderson, and former RNC Chair Michael Steele last night in a face-off segment on Indiana's anti-gay 'religious freedom' bill. Savage called Anderson's defense of the law the...
Several of MSNBC’s marquee shows, including “Morning Joe,” “Hardball with Chris Matthews,” “All In with Chris Hayes,” “The Rachel Maddow Show” and “The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell,” came in second, ahead of CNN, among total viewers for the month of March. Show More Summary
The black man who was pulled over, beaten, punched and shot with a Taser by police officers in Inkster, Michigan, spoke out about the experience on Thursday. Appearing alongside his attorney Gregory Rohl on "All In With Chris Hayes,"...Show More Summary
It's no secret that the liberal MSNBC cable channel is in freefall in both ratings and the important demographic of viewers from 25 to 54 years old, and one of the hosts most likely to face the chopping block is the anchor of the All...Show More Summary
From the March 25 edition of MSNBC's All In with Chris Hayes: Previously: Daily Caller's Latest Brush With Sexism: Email Calls Spokesperson A "Self-Righteous Bitch," "LabiaFace" Meet Patrick Howley: The Daily Caller's Resident Sexist Fox's Carlson: Men Understand That Getting Sexually Harassed By A Female Teacher Is The "Greatest Thing That Ever Happened"
With 211K viewers in the 25-54 demo, Anderson Cooper 360 was not only the highest-rated show across CNN and MSNBC in primetime Tuesday night but also doubled the ratings of MSNBC's All In with Chris Hayes, which had just 106K viewers. Fox News' The O'Reilly Factor was #1 at 8 p.m. with 538K in the demo.
MSNBC’s “All In” host Chris Hayes was a guest on “Late Night with Seth Meyers” last night. Hayes, who has a poor ratings performance last week, rebounded on Monday with a strong showing. The MSBNC newser didn’t have to far to visit “Late...Show More Summary
MSNBC's Chris Hayes has a few issues with Ted Cruz. On a segment Tuesday night about the new 2016 Republican presidential candidate, Hayes said that he finds Cruz to be "inauthentic" in his effort to relate to Americans. "Here's a guy who's running as the kind of folksy populist who has checked every box of the meritocratic elite," Hayes said. Show More Summary
MSNBC's Chris Hayes isn't terribly impressed with Ted Cruz, tonight calling him an elitist attempting to be a "folksy populist" and "inauthentic."
MSNBC’s “All In with Chris Hayes” had its worst week since the show debuted in April 2013. Hayes averaged only 74K viewers in the key A25-54 demo for the week of March 16. The poorly rated week is actually MSNBC’s lowest weekly average in the demo for the Monday-Friday 8pmET hour in over a decade. Show More Summary
in the latest Illipsis, Jay Smooth speaks out publicly about his much-publicized appearance on MSNBC’S All in with Chris Hayes, blackness, self-identity and how corporations like Starbucks can actually make a difference to the cause of racial justice.
He wrote “climate change” and “sea level rise” in notes, he told Chris Hayes on MSNBC. Bart Bibler‘s case got some attention this week after Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility shined a light on it. They connected Bibler being put on leave to reports that Governor Rick Scott banned anyone in the government from mentioning [...]