10/12/2012 11:22 AM ET
While admitting at the top of Friday's NBC Today that there was
"no clear winner" in Thursday's vice presidential debate, minutes
later, co-hosts Matt Lauer and Savannah Guthrie brought on ...
9/6/2012 2:11 AM ET
MSNBC's on-air personalities were plainly in awe of Bill Clinton on Wednesday night. Moments after the former President finished his speech at the Democratic National Convention, they kept up the ...
8/29/2012 12:46 AM ET
MSNBC 's immediate reaction to Ann Romney's Tuesday night speech at the Republican National Convention was to stick by the left-wing talking point that she can't relate to ordinary Americans, ...
6/21/2012 11:12 AM ET
New York Times columnist Paul Krugman's blog post Monday could pass for a parody of the columnist's terminal pomposity: "We’re coming up on the second anniversary of my piece "Myths of ...
6/11/2012 8:50 AM ET
Last week, for the third year in a row, the Television Critics Association
– which “represents more than 200 journalists writing about television
for print and online outlets in the United ...
6/6/2012 12:18 PM ET
When it became clear, on Tuesday night, that Wisconsin Republican
Governor Scott Walker was headed towards a big win in his recall
election, the hosts on MSNBC went into a frenzy. Ed Schultz ...
5/10/2012 4:22 PM ET
To get reaction to President Obama's flip-flop on gay marriage,
Thursday's NBC Today brought on openly gay left-wing MSNBC host Rachel
Maddow, who quickly attacked Republicans on the issue: ...
4/3/2012 11:12 PM ET
NPR's Terry Gross honored MSNBC's Rachel Maddow for an hour as “the host of MSNBC's top-rated show.” That’s like
applauding the tallest pygmy.
3/27/2012 12:08 PM ET
Appearing on Tuesday's NBC Today, left-wing MSNBC host Rachel Maddow
spun the Supreme Court ruling on ObamaCare as being a judgment of how
partisan the high court has become: "...this may as ...
2/13/2012 2:56 PM ET
Media reporter Brian Stelter sucked up to two liberal MSNBC hosts, praising new host Melissa Harris-Perry as a provider of "intellectual stimulation" as "the only tenured professor in the United ...