Chris Hayes is the host of MSNBC’s All In with Chris Hayes, and he is married to law professor and Supreme Court analyst Kate A. Shaw.
Earlier this evening, MSNBC reporter Rachel Maddow tweeted that she had President Donald Trump’s previously unreleased 2005 tax returns, thanks to investigative reporter David Cay Johnston.
This morning on Morning Joe on MSNBC, while discussing President Donald Trump with Joe Scarborough, Mika Brzezinski said that she was worried that Trump could undermine the media’s message.
During a combative interview with MSNBC’s Morning Joe, Trump supporter Ben Carson requested Katty Kay’s microphone be turned off.
In one of the recently hacked and released WikiLeaks John Podesta emails, a script is shown in an email chain prior to Hillary Clinton calling into MSNBC, proving Clinton reads from scripts during interviews and also suggesting mainstream media collusion.
Joe Scarborough was not on Morning Joe Friday after his son Andrew suffered a traumatic brain injury.
Donald Trump went on a Twitter tirade Monday, complaining about Morning Joe hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Bryzenski, even though they were once criticized for being too chummy with Trump.
Watch MSNBC’s Tamron Hall talk to Scott Baio about sexist tweets attacking Hillary Clinton and Michelle Obama at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland where he made a speech for Donald Trump.
Mika Brzezinski, the co-host of MSNBC’s Morning Joe with Joe Scarborough, quietly divorced her husband of over 20 years, Jim Hoffer.
Susan Mikula is Rachel Maddow’s long-time partner. Read more about their relationship and careers.
The co-host of MSNBC’s Morning Joe let fly with a passionate rant, blasting the black community and St. Louis Rams for turning Michael Brown into a hero.
This is incredible, after being told the MH17 crash was caused by “wind from Howard Stern’s ass,” Ball goes on to question the pranker about missile systems.
Is Joe Scarborough a misogynist? Talking down to Mika was his only defense after she called him out on bad reporting.
Ronan Farrow, famous for tweeting everything from his views on dad Woody Allen to the Grammys broadcast, now has his own show, set to premiere in January.