I’m certain of so few things in this world. I’m certain Jennifer Lopez is 47. I’m certain Tom Hiddleston and Taylor Swift were both designed by Vincent Price’s character from Edward Scissorhands, and I’m certain the man in the video above is in love with someone. I’m just not certain of her name.
Representative Steve King (R-Iowa) has a question, which he seems to regard as rhetorical: has any “sub-group” contributed to the progress of Western civilization like white people have?
Because I am a masochist, I used to watch the aimless, Starbucks-drenched trainwreck that is Morning Joe every morning. After waking up, I would let the resentful squawking between Joe Scarborough, Mika Brzezinski, Willie Giest (whom I otherwise love), and whatever poor soul they convinced to join them provide a…
On Wednesday morning, MSNBC aired a segment featuring a group of five male voters (three Trump supporters and two “non-Trump supporters”) discussing whether or not they thought Hillary Clinton had properly dealt with her husband’s infidelity, because we all know that a thing never really happened unless a man has an…
MSNBC commentator and Hardball host Chris Matthews found himself so captivated by the gait of Melania Trump while covering the Indiana primary on Tuesday night that he felt the need to express his admiration...out loud...with his mic on.
On Monday night’s episode of her show, Rachel Maddow excitedly introduced a man named Bill Bogert, the star of “Confessions of a Republican,” a famous, 4-minute political ad produced in 1964 for Lyndon B. Johnson’s presidential campaign. Bogert, whose 1964 self I will somewhat disrespectfully suggest is worthy of a …
During Monday night’s town hall on MSNBC, Hillary Clinton promised that, if elected president, women would make up half of her Cabinet.
Just when you think Donald Trump’s opinions about women and their rights had reached rocked bottom, he managed to quarry even further into some ring of hell that, until previously, only existed in Dante’s Inferno. On Wednesday, while speaking with Chris Matthews on MSNBC, Trump said that he believes abortion should be…
Susan Sarandon went on All in With Chris Hayes Monday night, where she opined that maybe it would be better to vote for malfunctioning wind turbine Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton, because he’ll usher in the revolution. This is a Bad Take, Susan Sarandon, and we’ve all been trying to get away from those.
Shortly after Mediaite reported that, following her dramatic exit from MSNBC, Melissa Harris-Perry would be joining Fusion to host a show similar to The Melissa Harris-Perry Show, Harris-Perry denied that account on Twitter.
The feud between Dr. Melissa Harris-Perry and MSNBC continues as both pled their case on NPR’s All Things Considered this week. Harris-Perry accused the company of not supporting her while crunching her intersectional show into a political box, while MSNBC maintains that this is all a big disappointment.
Early Thursday morning, Gawker received an anonymous email with an attachment that purported to contain recordings from Donald Trump’s voicemail inbox. Among the recordings were messages left for Trump by various celebrities—most notably, MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough, Mika Brzezinski, and Tamron Hall.
Last week, Dr. Melissa Harris-Perry boycotted her own MSNBC show because, she wrote in an open letter to her staff, she was tired of being sidelined. Her rift with the channel reached a breaking point in January over Beyoncé’s “Formation” video, which Harris-Perry had to fight to cover, and on Sunday MSNBC confirmed…
MSNBC is undergoing a very public and extremely ungraceful makeover, cutting ties with Melissa Harris-Perry, who accused the network of sidelining her. Now MSNBC is also canceling a planned weekend show for Alex Wagner, who is Burmese-American, and jiggling around the schedules of a number of other non-white hosts and…
MSNBC has confirmed with The New York Times that the network and Melissa Harris-Perry have officially parted ways—and one of the main reasons for the break was over Beyoncé’s #BlackLivesMatter-themed music video for “Formation”—the same video made by a non-white person that white people just don’t seem to understand.
After a very public spat with MSNBC over airtime, the television host Melissa Harris-Perry is probably not going to return to the network, or to her eponymous show.
In a bizarre, blindingly fast revolving-door situation, Rick Tyler, the Ted Cruz campaign spokesperson who was fired Monday for lying about how Marco Rubio feels about the Bible is now a “political contributor” for MSNBC, appearing for the first time Friday afternoon. Who...who asked for this?
The Melissa Harris-Perry Show you love might be out a host as the professor has walked off the weekend series she’s led since 2012 due to continued pre-empted election coverage.