Rachel Maddow leveled conservative media darling Hugh Hewitt with facts while demonstrating why she should be hosting Meet The Press instead of Chuck Todd.
Chuck Todd reported on Meet The Press that Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders drew more people to the Iowa State Fair than Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton. Todd said that the Sanders crowd was so big that it stopped the fair.
John Kasich told Chuck Todd on MSNBC's Meet the Press on Sunday, that the theory of man-made climate change was unproven.
Ed Schultz will air his last show on MSNBC on Friday, and in a few weeks his time slot will be turned over to Chuck Todd according to MSNBC boss Phil Griffin.
On Meet The Press, under the disguise of breaking down the publishing primary, Chuck Todd defended Ted Cruz as he left out key facts and called the exclusion of Cruz from the NYT bestseller list "conspicuous."
After getting pummeled with criticism on all sides for his decision to air a gun violence video that featured only black shooters on Meet The Press, Chuck Todd reversed course and apologized for airing the video.
Chuck Todd intentionally aired a racist video featuring all black shooters on Meet The Press, and in the face of a mounting public backlash refused to apologize.
Incoming privilege on display. President Obama "carries his own background into race, and he's not seen as a neutral observer," according to Chuck Todd's Meet The Press panel.
NBC's Chuck Todd continued to be the Republican Party's best friend by letting John Boehner tell two gigantic lies about the ACA on Meet The Press.
It should be no surprise by this time, but whenever present-day Republicans point a finger and cry "foul," you can be reasonably sure the crime is an inside job.
Let's look at two different test cases of the GOP's "private flight is right" hypothesis: newly sworn-in Governor of Illinois, Bruce Rauner, and the evolution of Veterans Affairs under Secretary Robert A. McDonald.
Chuck Todd allowed Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) to lie and distort the president's economic record without even the slightest push back on Meet The Press.
During an appearance on Meet the Press Sunday, frequent Sunday show guest Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) reiterated his previous claim that the policies of President Obama was "getting people killed."
Chuck Todd explained that the mainstream media has sold out facts for access. Todd said that he allows guests to lie on Meet The Press, because if he didn't, politicians (Republicans) would refuse to be on his show.
In a tweet that was read live on the air by Joe's co-host Mika Brzezinski, Scarborough compared the Senate report to Rolling Stone's much-maligned campus rape story involving the University of Virginia.
Bill Maher took a moment during his New Rules segment to call out the media for lacking integrity. Maher specifically pointed a finger at Chuck Todd and Meet The Press.
Alison Lundergan Grimes took the stage in Kentucky and delivered a punch in the nose to Chuck Todd by proclaiming that she will not be bullied by the Meet The Press moderator.
NBC's Chuck Todd is crying crocodile tears, while trying to walk back his claim that Alison Lundergan Grimes disqualified herself from office. Todd's hit job on Grimes backfired, and now he is looking for a way out.
Contrary to Chuck Todd's belief that Alison Lundergan Grimes disqualified herself, the new Bluegrass Poll of Kentucky shows Grimes in a position to win as she is deadlocked with Mitch McConnell.
Meet The Press's Chuck Todd defended his attack on Alison Lundergan Grimes by calling it "political reality." Todd's defense centered around his belief that he is smarter than his critics.