Face the Nation anchor and CBS News political director John Dickerson will be the main moderator for the event. Joining him will be CBS News White House correspondent Major Garrett and The Wall Street Journal's Kimberley Strassel.
Samantha Bee's new late-night show, "Full Frontal," couldn't have come at a better time for the former "Daily Show" correspondent and political humorist.
Weekend Update just got the political fashion correspondents we've always wanted — Derek Zoolander and Hansel Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson dropped by Saturday Night Live to give hot takes on presidential candidates' fashion choices in...Show More Summary
"Is this a comic book version of a presidential campaign?" —CNBC political correspondent John Harwood, one of the moderators of that network's widely criticized Republican primary debate, in a question to Donald Trump, October 27 "Well,...Show More Summary
As the political director of CBS News, the host of Face the Nation, and a correspondent for Slate, John Dickerson spends much of his time running around the country. (He's also moderating the upcoming Republican debate in Greenville,...Show More Summary
MSNBC?s newest political correspondent is? Triumph the Insult Comic Dog?
Welcome back to Ask a Homo, a judgment-free zone where the queers of Outward answer questions about LGBTQ politics, culture, etiquette, language, and other conundrums. This week, our correspondent wonders how to respond to a straight...Show More Summary
Despite admitting on Sunday’s Meet the Press that she wasn’t a token expert on Republican politics, MSNBC national correspondent Joy Reid attempted to impart some wisdom to the GOP by ruling that Ted Cruz wouldn’t be successful as the party’s presidential nominee since “he’s spent his entire Senate career essentially blowing up his home team's court.”
According to MSNBC political correspondent Kasie Hunt, someone has shelled out some cash to make a statement before tonight's set of GOP debates in South Carolina.
CNN senior political correspondent Brianna Keilar said Thursday that Hillary Clinton was in trouble in the crucial caucus state of Iowa because Democratic voters simply weren't feeling any love for the candidate.
Andrea Mitchell, NBC News chief foreign affairs correspondent, talks with Rachel Maddow and Chris Matthews about the complex political and diplomatic...
Jim Rutenberg, chief political correspondent for the Sunday magazine, will fill the role last held by David Carr, who died in February.
On the most recent Political Gabfest Slate Plus bonus segment, Slate’s chief political correspondent Jamelle Bouie breaks down the different ways of interpreting the highly controversial Oregon standoff. What is the protest really about,...Show More Summary
The death last month of Eugene Foley, one of many Minnesota political figures I covered as a Washington newspaper correspondent in the 1960's and 1970's, reminded me of the only time I've been called a liar by the President of the United...Show More Summary
From the January 4 edition of Fox News' America's Newsroom: MARTHA MACCALLUM (HOST): Deneen Borelli, Chief Political Correspondent for the Conservative Review and a Fox News contributor. And Jessica Ehrlich is a former Democratic congressional candidate and an attorney. Show More Summary
Welcome back to Ask a Homo, a judgment-free zone where the queers of Outward answer questions about LGBTQ politics, culture, etiquette, language, and other conundrums. Today's correspondent realized too late that the guy he made a date with is in an open relationship. Show More Summary
Guest host Melissa Harris-Perry and MSNBC political correspondent Kasie Hunt discuss Donald Trump’s announcement that he’s buying TV ad time in early primary...
In a July 2014 story, AP's national political correspondent Ken Thomas and longtime Iowa observer Tom Beaumont took note of the fact that Maryland governor Martin O'Malley was doing all the right things to lay the groundwork for a presidential campaign in the first-in-the-nation caucus state: O'Malley returned to Iowa... More »
Post national political correspondent David Weigel almost nails it when he makes the point that shock jocks paved the way for Donald Trump. I say “almost” because Weigel includes conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh among the shock jocks who were Trump’s forerunner. I don’t put Limbaugh and Howard Stern in the same category. Limbaugh has always been […]
I've heard some Trump supporters try and defend Donald Trump over his vile "schlonged" remark that he hurled at Hillary Clinton, but longtime TV political correspondent Jeff Greenfield takes the cake with this defense of the Donald. On further review, Trump is right on this. Show More Summary