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Topic - Rachel Maddow
MSNBC host Rachel Maddow argued Wednesday that if there's anything that can revive California's Republican Party, it's the scandal-ridden Democrats that have taken over the news cycle.
MSNBC host Rachel Maddow asserted Monday that George W. Bush, who exited office in 2009, is ultimately at fault for the current Ukrainian crisis.
MSNBC's Rachel Maddow will be joining The Washington Post's opinion section as a monthly columnist, the newspaper announced Wednesday.
Sen. Rand Paul fired back Sunday to charges that he plagiarized parts of his speeches from Wikipedia, saying he "will not lie down" and let people call him dishonest.
Rachel Maddow praised Slate, The New Republic and Mother Jones during her show on Friday, joining in the boycott against calling the Washington Redskins by its official name, National Review Online reported.
MSNBC's Rachel Maddow featured a Georgetown University professor on her show Monday night, who suggested that rap may have influenced Tamerlan Tsarnaev just as much as Islam did.
MSNBC host Rachel Maddow said new information about the school shooting in Newtown, Conn., proves that a ban on assault-type weapons, including AR-15s, is necessary.
Shortly after liberal MSNBC host Ed Schultz announced he was leaving his prime-time slot, The New York Times revealed that Rachel Maddow's protege Chris Hayes will be taking his place.
Cable news networks brought new toys and new people to the 2012 presidential campaign's opening night in Iowa, yet the tight race made it a struggle for viewers to make sense of it all.
Cable news networks brought new toys and new people to the 2012 presidential campaign's opening night in Iowa on Tuesday, yet the tight race made it a struggle for viewers to make sense of it all.
MSNBC's possible hiring of the Rev. Al Sharpton doesn't represent a conflict of interest for the cable channel, its president said.
Keith Olbermann essentially invented the present-day MSNBC, but he didn't take it with him when he left.
Keith Olbermann's suspension from MSNBC for donating to three Democratic campaigns has made his status a cause for liberals and raised questions about how long-standing rules designed to protect the integrity of news organizations fit in a new era of opinionated programming.
It didn't take long for Kentucky Republican senatorial candidate Rand Paul to learn his first lesson in the big-league political spotlight: Never trust a liberal. The libertarian eye surgeon drew fire from the left for his impolitic attempt to hold a rational debate on the nuances of the Civil Rights Act with MSNBC's Rachel Maddow on Wednesday.
"There are now three Democratic state senators with federal criminal indictments against them just this session resulting already in eight felony convictions," she said. "And yes, the Republican Party is essentially defunct in most of California and probably beyond reviving, but if anything can bring them back, it's probably days like this."
His prime-time MSNBC colleague, Rachel Maddow, said on her show Friday night that Olbermann should be reinstated.