MSNBC’s Stephanie Ruhle, the host of the “11th Hour,” went after Favre on Twitter, tagging and telling him to apologize for his involvement in the scandal.
It's been nearly a month since President Joe Biden announced his Student Loan Forgiveness Policy and MSNBC's Chris Hayes discussed the fallout.
On Wednesday's edition of "All In with Chris Hayes," the MSNBC host labeled the scandal involving the former Green Bay Packers star Brett Favre as "cartoonish."
Hayes gave his detailed examination of the crisis of mass shootings in America and the nation’s reaction to that problem.
It was a moment that crossed borders as the slap didn’t stay within entertainment and pop culture pundits; it even had those in the news media...
Fox News’ coverage of the BLM protest during the summer of 2020, accusing the network of hypocrisy.
MSNBC's Chris Hayes says he has had a great experience with his futuristic commuting method, and he believes that most Americans would feel the same.
Hasan believes Fox News is helping to kill people by disseminating information about weapons of mass destruction and COVID vaccines.
Hayes attempted to support his claims of Carlson’s “vicious stupidity” by playing parts of an interview between David Duke and Tom Brokaw that aired in 1989.
Hayes stated that "enemies" of democracy are "plotting in the open," and they won't stop "until they're either successful or some of them are put in...