Just a few minutes ago, MSNBC’s Chris Hayes offered some insight into exactly why Bernie Sandwiches was able to snag New Hampshire so handily. Delicious, delicious Bernie Sandwiches.
This week, Baltimore Police Officer William G. Porter is the first of six cops to stand trial for his alleged role in the death of Freddie Gray, who died in the back of a city prisoner transport van earlier this year. Tomorrow, MSNBC’s All In with Chris Hayes airs an hourlong special about Gray and the city that raised him.
Protesters in Ferguson began throwing rocks at Chris Hayes Monday night during a live MSNBC broadcast, demanding he "tell the true story."
Gawker's West Coast Editor Cord Jefferson appeared on last night's episode of All In With Chris Hayes to discuss his controversial essay on the damaging lawlessness and savagery of white culture. Cord and host Chris Hayes also spoke about the roots of white violence and Cord's deep ties to the white community.
On Sunday, MSNBC host Chris Hayes said the following, in a discussion about war, soldiers, and death: "It is, I think, very difficult to talk about the war dead, the fallen, without invoking valor, without invoking the word 'heroes'... I feel uncomfortable about the word 'hero' because it seems to me it is so rhetorically proximate to justification for more war... it seems to me that we marshal this word in a way that is problematic."