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Rep. Maxine Waters' confusing interview on James Comey's firing throws MSNBC host for a loop

Rep. Maxine Waters of California attempted to criticize President Donald Trump's recent firing of FBI director James Comey, but managed to enter a confusing verbal joust with MSNBC's Peter Alexander on Wednesday afternoon. Asked by Alexander to clarify comments she made abou…

With Fox News in flux, MSNBC is courting conservatives

Liberal outpost MSNBC is encroaching on Fox News’s conservative territory, just when it can hurt the Rupert Murdoch-run TV network the most. MSNBC is shaking…

Sean Spicer's comments on Hitler shredded by single MSNBC chyron

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer had a particularly Sean Spicer-y press conference on Tuesday afternoon, mistakenly telling reporters that Hitler never used chemical weapons. He's since clarified — twice — but as the controversial flub unfolded, MSNBC was ready with a spot-on retort in t…

Gretchen Carlson in talks to join MSNBC, sources say

Gretchen Carlson, who settled a multi-million lawsuit late last year against former Fox News chief Roger Ailes, is in talks with MSNBC to join the network, sources familiar with the matter told Business Insider. A source familiar with the matter said Carlson's deal had not y…

Former Fox News anchor Greta Van Susteren joins MSNBC

Greta Van Susteren, who left Fox News in September over a contract issue, has landed at cable news competitor MSNBC. Van Susteren will anchor a nightly 6 p.m. ET program, “For the Record with Greta Van Susteren,” for the NBCUniversal-owned channel. Based out of Washington, she will begin on Mond…

MSNBC Host Left TV Battles Behind to Fight Poverty Instead

Dylan Ratigan, the outspoken former talk show host, helped found a company that turns shipping containers into hydroponic farms and solar power stations.
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