Because those tweets didn't cut it.
MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry issued a true apology for the segment in which she and her guests laughed at the idea that a Romney family member adopted a minority child, but the same can't be said of her guests.
A little too late?
In a confrontational interview with MSNBC anchor Kristen Welker, progressive journalist Glenn Greenwald said that he's a defender of Edward Snowden's actions in the same sense that MSNBC is a defender of President Obama.
In 2013 Fox News once again reigned in the world of cable news, where ratings are everything. Fox soared above its competitors despite an industry-wide drop in viewership.
The Ed Show on MSNBC went a little too far this week when talking about Obamacare. Host, Ed Schultz takes questions from the viewers and this week, one snarky viewer’s comment was put on the air.
During an appearance early Thursday morning on Fox and Friends, former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin dismissed MSNBC's (former) Martin Bashir and his vile comments.
>This Thursday’s episode of Chris Matthew’s “Hardball” should be renamed to “Softball” before airing.
In case you missed it yesterday, MSNBC fired Alec Baldwin after he made a series of anti-comments during a confrontation with paparazzi on the street.
An interesting update to our item from earlier...
MSNBC host Martin Bashir’s comments about Sarah Palin were so gross and so unhinged that they won’t be repeated in this space.
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