The president's chief medical adviser said he considered criticism from certain people to be "a badge of honor."
The MSNBC host said "they both ended up naming themselves something that could have been a 90s affinity group of, like, the Lesbian Avengers."
The MSNBC anchor said the Kennedy and Bessette families "do not deserve the circus of lost souls now soiling the sacred place in American Presidential history."
MSNBC has denied any knowledge of the individual claiming to be a reporter with the network who is accused of attempting to photograph jurors.
The MSNBC host discussed Kyle Rittenhouse's tears during his homicide trial in a TikTok video that has since gone viral.
Two Republican members of the House voted with Democrats to rebuke Gosar for sharing a violent cartoon about Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
Some viewers have claimed Stephanie Ruhle is out of touch for her comments on inflation and on how the average American spent their money during the pandemic.
The former president made reference to the Iraq helicopter scandal which nearly ended the veteran anchor's career in 2015.
"I believe in a colorblind society. That's not where woke is, okay?" the 'Real Time' host said on his show Friday.
Williams is leaving his MSNBC shows in December, while Maddow has reportedly been looking at other projects within the network.
Williams was a key figure in MSNBC's launch in 1996, leading the nightly news until 2015, when he was suspended after exaggerated his experience in Iraq.
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Ocasio-Cortez hit back at commentators such as Joe Scarborough, Don Lemon and Candace Owens, who suggested the party needs to address the "woke" perception.
The West Virginia Senator has spoken about federal parental leave after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi reinserted it in the "Build Back Better Act."
The Arizona senator has faced criticism for her opposition to the proposed $3.5 trillion Build Back Better Act.
The Fox News anchor had disparaged the transportation secretary for taking paternity leave.
"If Donald Trump is the 2024 Republican presidential nominee and Republicans control the House of Representatives, they will not certify a democratic victory in 2024," Mehdi Hasan said.
Lawrence O'Donnell took aim at the Arizona senator for not explaining why she was holding up the Democrats' infrastructure package.
Hayes took aim at the Fox anchor's rhetoric surrounding the southern border crisis.
"The way this story captivated the nation has many wondering, why not the same media attention when people of color go missing?" Reid said.
"Both men, both governors, face tough reelection campaigns. Both men just want to be loved by Donald Trump and the people who love him," Williams said Friday.
Some on Twitter suggested the 67-year-old weather forecaster was too old to be reporting live from dangerous conditions.
The former secretary of state under the Trump administration played a role in the peace deal with Taliban.
"The challenged statement was an obvious exaggeration, cushioned within an undisputed news story," the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit said.
'I totally deny that someone goes, go from door to door, and they are posing as Taliban. They are not Taliban," Taliban spokesperson Suhail Shaheen answered.
"You will be shocked to hear that Joe Biden is still the president of the United States," Mehdi Hasan said.
"I'm scared," Isbell said. "I'm scared for the audience, I'm scared for people's kids at home and school who can't get the vaccine yet."
The niece of the ex-president has written a book, "The Reckoning," which looks at the circumstances that allowed Donald Trump to get power.
The duo's remarks may have more to do with right-wing displeasure towards Fox News rather than an appreciation of MSNBC's coverage.