MSNBC executive outlines key staffers for relaunch of website.
Now, shrunk from perhaps 90 percent of their former range by sprawling human populations and suffering relentless killing, elephant numbers are down to well under half a million -- a drop of 98 percent since just 1800.
I don't want to smell like Brad Pitt. He gets paid for saying he likes Chanel No. 5, I don't.
Ron Wyden was the only Democratic senator to stand with Rand Paul during the filibuster. Where were the other liberals?
Chuck Todd is undoubtedly the hardest working individual in the NBC family and deserves the top spot. His show, The Daily Rundown, may seem drab and a little wonky, but it delivers political news with precision and context.
I am a longtime fan of MSNBC. I have watched it regularly for years and admired its growth into a commercially successful platform for smart news and analysis. That is why I am so disappointed.
The remark was so off-base, it's truly disturbing to remember that it was not made by some Joe the Plumber off the street, your old, staunchly conservative Uncle Antonin at the family barbecue, but rather by a legislator who has a unique say in the life or death of the VRA.
The big question for the future is: Will younger voters remain Democrats as they grow older or, when they become fogies, will they also become Republicans?
For whales, such as the great blue, who can communicate over thousands of miles, such sonic stress affects reproduction and communication so much that some whales simply stop vocalizing. What happens to our oceans when the whales stop singing?
There's nothing wrong with covering things people are interested in. Who are we to tell them they shouldn't be? The problem isn't with what TV news covers, it's with what it doesn't cover. Or doesn't cover nearly enough.
I used to be proud to work for NBC. The peacock network stood for quality. Now it's just a joke.
It seems to me that Jeff Zucker is going to have a hard time bringing CNN back to its glory days. After all, Inauguration Day comes only once every four years.
MSNBC Host and Salon.com reporter Steve Kornacki recently spoke with us about a largely untold part of the 2012 election--congressional gerrymandering...
I've thrown an awful lot of numbers out here, but to tell it in shorthand, Fox News viewers seem to be licking their wounds while MSNBC and CNN folk gloat just a little bit.
The Republican governors have snookered the media so they can conduct stealth campaigns. If anyone is naïve enough to believe that these electoral-rigging schemes will not be enacted, stay-tuned.
On Tuesday, Arianna appeared on MSNBC's "Morning Joe" to discuss The Huffington Post's new reporting series, "The Road Forward: Obama's Second-Term Ch...