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Along with U.S. intelligence and the Obama administration, the U.S. media seemed ill-prepared for and ill-informed about the events in Ukraine.
MSNBC host Rachel Maddow asserted Monday that George W. Bush, who exited office in 2009, is ultimately at fault for the current Ukrainian crisis.
It's all a matter of Ann Coulter vs ? The cool blonde with the brilliant mind and unflappable mien seeks a liberal debating partner for an event that is the equivalent of New Year's Eve, Fourth of July and maybe Thanksgiving Day for conservatives. That's the Conservative Political Action Conference — CPAC — now just nine days off.
After a three-year run, CNN has given up on trying to make Piers Morgan the new Larry King and will pull the plug on the Briton’s 9 p.m. talk show, which has been finishing far behind rivals Meghan Kelly on Fox News Channel and Rachel Maddow on MSNBC.
Since MSNBC is in the political ring, its opponents are always on the lookout for things to attack. Lately, NBC's left-leaning cable news sister has offered plenty of ammunition.
The word of the day is "polar vortex," which has inspired several thousand press accounts obsessing over the frigid weather pattern now freezing much of the nation — along with a call of fraud.
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.