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.
In a Facebook Q&A with MSBNC host Chris Hayes, Health and Human Services Director Sylvia Burwell called the erroneous conflation of dental sign-ups with Obamacare enrollments last spring "unacceptable."
Hayes decided to record a follow-up video to explain why he decided to give airtime over to someone in that position.
You very rarely see cable news networks devote time to interviews with Klansmen. But on MSNBC’s “All In” Wednesday evening, Chris Hayes interviewed Frank Ancona, a self-described “Imperial Wizard” from the “Traditionalist American Knights of the KKK”. Show More Summary
I'm not sure what MSNBC's Chris Hayes thought he was accomplishing by bringing the Ku Klux Klan's imperial wizard, Frank Arcona, on his show and allowing someone who has obviously had a lot of media training to come across as somewhat...Show More Summary
In an appearance Wednesday on MSNBC's "All In With Chris Hayes," New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio suggested Democrats should double down on progressive policies to better their political standing. He said Democrats need to be moreShow More Summary
The leader of a Ku Klux Klan group told MSNBC host Chris Hayes on Wednesday that St. Louis-area residents have supported their campaign threatening to use “lethal force” against protesters they feel act violently in the aftermath of the upcoming grand jury decision regarding Ferguson...
There are currently zero cases of Ebola in the United States. Remember how freaked out we were just a month ago? Chris Hayes does, and he reminded viewers last night of just how crazy CNN and Fox News went with hyping Ebola panic.
"I'm so glad all of us, everyone, collectively, kept our cool."
MSNBC host Chris Hayes marked the official containment of the Ebola virus in the U.S. on Tuesday with a tongue-in-cheek look back at the panicked approach many of his fellow cable news hosts took in covering the issue. “Public health experts said all along that Ebola would very likely be...
This is the tale of two journalists. One has one multiple Emmy awards going back to the turn of the century, including an investigative series...
Former CBS News Investigative Correspondent Sharyl Attkisson argued back against attempts to paint her as a conservative agitator in an interview on Friday’s “Up with Chris Hayes” on MSNBC. When asked about further proof of her claims of intrusions on her computer by the government, she said “I think there will be more information forthcoming. Show More Summary
The award for baseless allegations with racist motivations goes to KSTP in Minneapolis, which is owned by right-wing Hubbard Broadcasting. You cannot make this stuff up. Chris Hayes has the short report at the top, but Shaun King over...Show More Summary