Mindy Kaling in college kicks off this week’s #Throwback Thursday.
UPDATE: Jebreal tells Democracy Now! that her contract as an MSNBC paid contributor is up and that she’s currently negotiating with the network.
Not to mention hidden poop-cams!
The Lead’s Jake Tapper got meta with me at the biggest annual event on the political calendar.
The Newark mayor says his sexuality is well-known in local circles. “The question should be why the heck are you asking the question in the first place.”
Not a bad “opening day” for MSNBC.
You don’t see this kind of stuff on cable news all the time.
Maybe he’d prefer a job that doesn’t “offend [his] artistic sensibilities”?
He replaces Chris Hayes, who’s moving to a weekday prime-time slot.
Rand Paul’s filibuster made for strange bedfellows in the punditocracy. Here’s a breakdown ranked from most supportive of Rand to least.
Add this segment to the list of reasons Chris Hayes’ Up has become the most interesting weekend political show in America.
GOProud — the gay conservative firebrands — thank Chris Hayes — one of MSNBC’s liberal firebrands — for “refusing to be a part of rank bigotry.” Their target: The exclusionary policy that keeps GOProud from attending the annual CPAC conference.
The bike MSNBC host Chris Hayes rode in his Lean Forward ad has been stolen.
The two biggest shows at MSNBC won the holy grail of ratings demographics for four of the first five weeks after Obama’s reelection — and Fox News doesn’t appear to have a plan to stop them.
The New York governor appears to be trying to run for president from the center. Liberals would prefer not to let him.
The MSNBC weekend host invoked Notorious B.I.G. during a monologue that described Republican strategists who question the credibility of national polls as being caught in a “bubble trap” of “smoking what they’re dealing.”
While appearing on MSNBC, The Nation’s Jeremy Scahill strongly criticized cable-news coverage of the DNC regarding Obama’s foreign policy record. Scahill was particularly captious about MSNBC itself, whose coverage he compared to watching an “Obama For America meet-up.”
She’s a lefty they can respect. “I really love people who are liberal that are honest about it,” says Inhofe.
He’s a loner, Dottie. A rebel.
MSNBC, Saturday Night Live, and local news outlets were happy to spell out the explicit details surrounding Virginia Republicans’ quite literally invasive anti-abortion bill for their viewers. Will the CNN, Fox News and the major networks follow suit after yesterday’s effective silent protest in Richmond?