News Analysis Division
12/18/2013 6:02 PM ET
According to Ed Schultz on Wednesday, "most" doctors hate government and vote Republican. What source did he cite for these claims? Well, none. The MSNBC anchor happily admitted he was just saying ...
12/18/2013 5:06 PM ET
Interviewing West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin during her 1 p.m. ET hour
MSNBC show on Wednesday, host Andrea Mitchell praised his efforts to
create a "bipartisan coalition for background ...
12/18/2013 4:58 PM ET
Far-left MSNBC anchor Lawrence O'Donnell on Tuesday spewed invective at the father of the Constitution, James Madison. Angry over Judge Richard Leon's insistence that Madison would be "aghast" at ...
12/18/2013 2:40 PM ET
ABC, CBS, and NBC's morning and evening newscasts, which hyped the sequester's "deep, across-the-board spending cuts" earlier in 2013, have largely been silent about the reductions in the annual ...
12/18/2013 12:54 PM ET
On Wednesday, only NBC's Today devoted a full segment to the
upcoming sentencing of top Environmental Protection Agency official John
Beale for "bilking the government out of nearly $1 million ...
12/18/2013 12:41 PM ET
Gushing journalists Josh Elliott and Robin Roberts met Pope Francis on Wednesday and thrilled over the fact that a gay magazine has made him "person of the year." The Good Morning America anchors ...
12/18/2013 10:00 AM ET
Complete results from the Media Research Center's 26th annual awards for the year's worst reporting.
12/18/2013 1:15 AM ET
New on December 16: On Face the Nation, New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman called Senate Republicans “knuckleheads” for not having the “courage” to back the Ryan-Murray budget deal.
12/17/2013 11:55 PM ET
The outrages of liberal journalists are endless, but a panel of judges has declared winners in The Best Notable Quotables of 2013.
12/17/2013 6:34 PM ET
On Monday's PoliticsNation on MSNBC, liberal columnist Cynthia Tucker compared sheriffs who refuse to enforce new restrictive gun laws to people in the South who opposed laws banning segregation, ...