Who won the fifth Democratic debate? Hundreds of thousands of people voted online, and an overwhelming majority declared Bernie Sanders the top-performer.
Hillary Clinton was defensive tonight. The first 20 minutes of the debate consisted of her branding herself as a progressive. At the same time, she ar...
Donald Trump, the New York billionaire seeking the Republican nomination for president, achieved something monumental in Monday night's Iowa caucuses. He became the very thing he most despises: a loser.
DES MOINES, Iowa -- Only 8.4 percent of American homes with TV sets watched last night's GOP debate at the Iowa Events Center, according to early da...
Brian Williams returns to the prime time news anchor desk when he co-anchors coverage of the Iowa caucuses on February 1st for MSNBC. Brian was ground...
You don't need a degree in oncology to know that Clintonism is an ever metastasizing cancer on the body of the Democratic party.
Look up the definition of co-dependent in the dictionary and it indicates an unhealthy relationship between two people that is dysfunctional, leads to abusive behavior and is just plain old bad for both parties. I can't think of a better word to describe Trump's budding romance with the media.
A single payer healthcare system would correct the shortcomings of Obamacare, and save Americans billions of dollars. Instead of Americans soliciting healthcare from private insurers, everyone would have access to healthcare as right of American citizenship, similar to citizens of every other advanced capitalist nations.
There is something very disingenuous about media personalities who, as they salivate over the Trump boost to their ratings, ask themselves -- and others -- to explain his failure to fade. They need only look in the mirror.
The collapse of Al Jazeera America right on the heels of the closing of The Huffington Post's online live streaming video news programming makes us wonder what the future of video news will be.
The North Carolina community of Woodland voted to put on hold three solar farms planned for the area after a few vocal citizens raised some far-fetched concerns about what solar would do to their town.
Trump's rallies are as hot a commodity as Jerry Springer tickets. His "fans" are there for the spectacle not the substance. They want the hockey fight, not the game itself. The game bores them. They just come for the brawls and bloodshed. And Trump gives 'em plenty of both. "Don-ald, Don-ald, Don-ald!"
When the shooter is a person of color in general, and a Muslim in particular, there are no questions. Generalizations and assumptions take the place of individualized motivations and mental illness, background and past.
I couldn't watch much more at that point because laziness is the Morning Joe style though they act as if they're sharp. They don't really press anyone hard, which is cowardly and shameful. Are they really afraid guests will refuse to come back on the show if they ask probing questions?
This week on Hacking TV: YouTube digs deep to cover fair use defense for creators; Vice continues its promiscuous flirtation with all the platforms and networks it can; MSNBC explores rare sharing relationship with Bloomberg; and Yahoo's negative press barrage continues.
While many people have expressed outrage and sympathy for the victims, they've been criticized for not mentioning the bombings just a day before in Beirut. It's grief shaming, plain and simple.