Since we know y’all don’t want to talk about the shutdown anymore.
The Hardball host is a man of many talents.
Happy National Taco Day from your friends at Fox News!
It’s hard to tell if the Morning Joe host was taking a swipe at CNN’s hologram technology, lamenting the production value of his own network, or both.
Fox News contributor, and frequent O’Reilly Factor guest host, Laura Ingraham told the team at Fox & Friends that Republicans will cave on the government shutdown after TV camera crews start broadcasting “sob stories” from military veterans.
Hey, it’s been a long day.
Ed Schultz wins a co-starring role in the first promo for Up Late with Alec Baldwin.
It’s not like the Now host has been hiding what looks like an engagement ring.
Thank goodness for split screen reaction shots on cable news.
The Ambien story arc of the Morning Joe soap opera could also double as the second-most innovative product placement in the history of cable news.
The last time the coffee giant was mentioned as the show’s sponsor was Aug. 29, 2013.
Nobody is going to miss Anthony Weiner more than the people who bring you cable news…and they know it. Bonus points for the using BuzzFeed’s all-time favorite Boyz II Men song.
The reviews are in, and the critics predictably hate the new Crossfire. It’s only been a week and it ain’t all bad!
Yes, there were only 5 really interesting things about the Al Jazeera empire’s opening salvo in America’s cable news war.
“‘Oh no, it’s just Soledad O’Brien.’ Really? Sell me another shill.”
In a wide ranging interview with MSNBC’s Jansing & Co., Bobby Tufts, the pre-school aged mayor of Dorset, Minnesota, addressed tough issues like promoting local businesses and ice cream, and also announced his intentions to run for president… some day.
Don’t tell MSNBC’s Chris Matthews how to pronounce Dick Cheney, ever.
On cable news, MSNBC still proves to be the place for politics.
These are some important takeaways that CNN’s Jake Tapper learned back in the day while working on a VH1 special about that hot mess of a rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd.
The Prancercise® lady completes Anderson Cooper and watching the CNN host watch the Prancercise® lady completes me.
The MSNBC personality’s days of just being a news anchor are over.
Well, these facts about cable news might not actually make you question reality, but they’ll sure give you something to talk about at your next family get-together with that weird uncle who only watches cable news.
MSNBC’s midday roundtable show The Cycle lost its lone conservative voice when S.E. Cupp jumped ship for CNN and Newt Gingrich, presenting the network with an opportunity to make a bold move and bring some much needed buzz to 30 Rock.
But here’s eight of them.
The former Secretary of Defense might have a different opinion now that 22 Al-Jazeera staffers in Egypt resigned over alleged “biased coverage” in favor of the Muslim Brotherhood during last week’s unrest in Cairo.
Five years of “pain.” Just let it out, big guy.
Texas state Sen. Wendy Davis’ filibuster of a restrictive abortion law blew up on social media, but cable news networks ignored the buzz and stuck with rebroadcasts of earlier shows. Orlando TV news anchor Mark Joyella on why the cable networks dropped the ball.