Recently, former MSNBC host Chris Matthews published “This Country,” his memoir of major historical moments in America. You may have known Matthews as the host of MSNBC’s ‘Hardball’ or from his political analysis. Just over a year ago, he left the network following accusations of inappropriate flirting.
On Friday, host and comedy writer Amber Ruffin used her "How did we get here?" segment to respond to Critical Race Theory critics.
The Rachel Maddow Show continued its run of dominance over Fox News, as she bested Sean Hannity for the sixth straight month.
Sean Hannity, who is supposed to be a Fox News host, actually wrote a campaign ad that the campaign spent $1.5 million on for Trump.
Fox News attacked Vice President Harris for wishing everyone a happy long weekend and then promptly did the same thing.
Fox's Chris Wallace would not Rep. Jim Banks (R-IN) whitewash and forget the role that he played in the attack on the Capitol.
Trump terrorist Anthony Antonio is blaming his actions during the attack on the Capitol on watching Fox News for six months.
“Fox and Friends” co-host Brian Kilmeade did not receive the response he expected while speaking to a trio of students about their experiences with virtual learning during the Covid-19 pandemic.
CNN's Jim Acosta called Trump a sad old Elvis who is like an animatronic character at Disney's Hall of Discredited Presidents.
Speaking to Fox News personality Tucker Carlson, Rudy Giuliani, who this week had his home raided by federal agents as part of a federal investigation into his business dealings with Ukraine, spoke of his experience while evoking Hunter Biden.
MSNBC not only beat CNN and Fox News, but they also set a viewership record as 4.1 million people watched Biden's speech to Congress.
In an interview with CNN‘s Don Lemon, D.C. Metropolitan Police officer Michael Fanone, who suffered a traumatic brain injury when he was beaten with a flagpole by a mob of former President Donald Trump’s supporters when they stormed the United States Capitol on January 6, slammed former President Donald Trump and politicians who “whitewash” and “downplay” the seriousness of the Capitol riot.
The hosts of “Fox and Friends” concocted a conspiracy theory about President Joe Biden getting into “trouble” with nefarious actors after he made a joke at a press conference about keeping to his tight schedule after he went over the allotted time to answer an extra question.
Fox News admitted on the air to their viewers that they lied about President Biden banning red meat.
In remarks before the World Federation of Advertisers, Jonathan Greenblatt, the national director for the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) called on advertisers to “choose a side” and hold social media and television networks for problematic messaging that doesn’t “respect all people or that repeat baseless conspiracies that endanger all of us.”
Speaking on “Fox and Friends,” Ben Domenech, the co-founder and publisher of The Federalist who is also married to The View co-host Meghan McCain, criticized Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation’s leading expert on infectious diseases, saying he is “sick and tired” of him “feeling that he can just weigh in on any kind of matter socially and have a reaction from America’s media and from politicians.”
Speaking on “Morning Joe” earlier this morning, MSNBC pundit Joe Scarborough criticized Representative Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) for his spreading lies and conspiracy theories about Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation’s leading expert on infectious diseases amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Fox News personality Tucker Carlson is being criticized after he employed the white supremacist “great replacement theory” to assert that Democrats are intentionally replacing white people with immigrants and minorities to further their electoral goals. While demographic changes in the United States indicate that white people will become the minority by 2045, there is no evidence to support Carlson’s claim.
Fox News Sunday's Chris Wallace called out Gov. Greg Abbott for not saying anything about abuse at migrant facilities while Trump was president.
Fox News's Brian Kilmeade blamed Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, and the Oprah Winfrey interview for Prince Phillip's death.