Civil rights leader Al Sharpton responded to President Obama’s recent comments on the racial effect to his approval numbers by stating that he believes the president doesn’t bring up “the race card” enough.
Mitt Romney says he has accepted an apology from an MSNBC host who joked about a Christmas picture that included the 2012 Republican presidential candidate’s adopted, African-American grandson.
Former MSBBC host Dylan Ratigan is the latest to join those who are not pleased with President Barack Obama and the new health policy.
Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul is instituting new approval and citation rules for his staffers and researchers in the face of accusations that he plagiarized material from several sources for speeches, a newspaper column and his book.
“When you’re not on a Fox News, you get contentious interviews. When you’re not on MSNBC and a liberal, you get contentious interviews.”
The No. 2 House Democrat says a key factor extending the government shutdown is fear among moderate Republicans about a tea party challenge.
American audiences tend to gravitate towards media sources that reinforce their pre-existing beliefs. And as the number of online media outlets increases and newspaper readership falls – “outrage-based” political opinion media has grown dramatically.
A new study finds that opinion is dominating factual reporting on MSNBC.
President Barack Obama declared Monday on his first trip outside Washington to promote gun control that a consensus is emerging for universal background checks for purchasers, though he conceded a tough road lay ahead to pass an assault weapons ban over formidable opposition in Congress.
MSNBC anchor Chris Hayes responded to Defense Secretary nominee Chuck Hagel’s Senate hearing by saying that GOP senators had a “seething theatrical contempt” for the former Nebraska senator.