Guess which network was the least interested. Three very different approaches to a historic day.
You don’t see this kind of stuff on cable news all the time.
MSNBC was a very different place before the Iraq War.
A string of misadventures for the congresswoman.
Maybe he’d prefer a job that doesn’t “offend [his] artistic sensibilities”?
Nice work if you can get it.
No, the Death Star isn’t fully operational again.
The first new show of the Jeff Zucker era is good, but it’s nothing new.
Warning: This segment might make you dizzy.
We’ve reached peak Arias, people.
Recent programming changes have given the network a chance to play “moneyball” with its deep bench of contributors.
Directed by Martin Scorsese. Just kidding.
The Five’s Bob Beckel enjoys a slow news day.
Spolier: The average cable news host is a pretty white man wearing lipstick.
Rand Paul’s filibuster made for strange bedfellows in the punditocracy. Here’s a breakdown ranked from most supportive of Rand to least.
Who says Fox News is stale?
Add this segment to the list of reasons Chris Hayes’ Up has become the most interesting weekend political show in America.
If CNN is gonna make us pay $1.99 for a 2-month-old episode of Reliable Sources, we should at least get to keep it forever.
NASA has a cool plan to battle Earth destroying asteroids in a decidedly non-Armageddon way.
The conservative pundit insulted a room full of libertarian students on the Fox Business network after host John Stossel brought up the topic of legalizing marijuana.
Acquiring the most available free agent in cable news could put a serious exclamation mark on MSNBC’s recent hiring spree.
Add Marco Rubio to the list of powerful conservatives The Cycle’s S.E. Cupp isn’t afraid to publicly criticize.
Warning: This is hard to watch.
These vintage Fox News gifs prove that the “Per S.E.” portion of MSNBC’s The Cycle could probably benefit from biting Cupp’s “Post Game Wrap Up” camera setup on Red Eye.
Who says investigative journalism is dead?
Relive the first major “breaking news” event to be covered by Jeff Zucker’s dynamic new CNN with its amazing chyrons.