The pointed, 30-second clip claims that they don't allow the president to do his job.
In an interview with Chris Hayes, the Academy Award-winning actress denounced the premise that Hillary Clinton would represent people over her big-money backers as "naive and egotistical."
Rep. Keith Ellison Calls for Creating and Maintaining Positive Relationships With Muslims in America
Most of the terror attacks in the U.S. have been carried out by non-Muslims, the Minnesota legislator points out. He adds that many potential atrocities have been averted by a community that counts him as a member.
Former New York Times journalist Judith Miller is back in the news, doing what all self-respecting members and corollary players from the Bush era have done, knowing what they know now. That's right -- she's on a nationwide book tour.
MSNBC host Chris Hayes explained on his program Thursday how the Bush administration--and specifically the former vice president's son-in-law--played a critical role in defeating regulations that would have strengthened federal oversight of chemical plants like the one that exploded and killed 15 people in West, Texas, last week.
Here in America, based on your “pluck and drive and ambition and talent, you could rise as far as your abilities will take you.” Right? Of course not, says MSNBC host Chris Hayes.
The MSNBC host got flak from conservative pundits and veterans groups for expressing discomfort with the act of automatically branding America’s fallen soldiers “heroes.” Under popular pressure, Hayes quickly apologized. But Erik Kain at Mother Jones wants us to take another look.
MSNBC host Chris Hayes apologized for remarks he made on his Memorial Day-themed TV program Sunday, in which he told viewers he felt "uncomfortable" calling fallen soldiers "heroes."
The Occupy Our Homes campaign kicked off last Tuesday when hundreds of people, including activists, neighborhood residents and a couple of City Council members, marched through a neglected Brooklyn neighborhood to open a foreclosed house to a homeless family. Last Tuesday, Occupy Wall Street moved Alfredo Carrasquillo and his family into a vacant home in Brooklyn.