Fox News doubles down on the crazy Full story
“I watch Fox News,” Aslan said, “and anybody who watches Fox News knows that there is an inherent anti-Muslim bias in their reporting.” Full story
Religious scholar Reza Aslan spoke with Chris Hayes about the cringe-worthy Fox News interview on his faith and credentials that's gone viral and rocketed his new book to the top of the Amazon.com bestsellers list. Full story
The cringe-worthy interview between a Fox anchor and Reza Aslan, a religious scholar, caused some big buzz. Aslan speaks to MSNBC’s Alex Wagner with more on the interview.
Joy Reid of theGrio.com and David Brock of Media Matters join PoliticsNation to discuss the right-wing conversation about race that’s emerged in recent weeks.
Rachel Maddow explains why the Department of Justice was involved in helping keep the peace for 2012 protests over the death of Trayvon Martin and contrasts the “Fox News world” perspective with the “real world” facts that contradict the hysterical outrage on Fox News over accusations that the feder
John Boehner lets his hair down with the Capitol Hill press corps. Bill O’Reilly reflects on his flight aboard a Vietnamese airliner. And House Republicans—much like Justin Bieber—are disrespectful to Bill Clinton. Plus, Fox News makes kids cry. Seriously.
John Stanton, Buzzfeed Washington, D.C. bureau chief, talks with Rachel Maddow about whether Republican efforts to bring their media outlets into line to support immigration reform will be sufficient to overcome years of conditioning their base against immigrants and allow House Republicans to come
Members of the The Doobie Brothers band appear on Fox News' 'Fox and Friends' show in New York June 28, 2013. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
Patrick Simmons and Tom Johnston of the The Doobie Brothers band appear on Fox News' 'Fox and Friends' show in New York June 28, 2013. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
NBCNews.com's cartoonist weigh in on Fox News and their coverage of the 2012 election.