Giants tight end Larry Donnell was on the plane that crashed into a fence in New York today. The guy who called into Andrea Mitchell's MSNBC show was not. Guess how the interview ended.
MSNBC's Krystal Ball couldn't foresee being called a "dumbass" by a prankster posing as an eyewitness to today's MH17 flight disaster, even after the guest—claiming to be stationed at the U.S. embassy in Kiev—claimed the plane was shot down by "a blast of wind from Howard Stern's ass."
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.
Most of us learned that the manhunt for Dzhokar Tsarnaev was over via Twitter or by listening to online feeds of law enforcement radio. But for those watching at home, the suspenseful moment of his capture—and learning that he was alive—would be a memorable if complicated moment: somber in light of those allegedly…
Deadspin's Luke O'Brien joined MSNBC's Martin Bashir on April 13, 2011 to talk about his story on the BYU honor code. Watch above.
The Emeritus stopped by The Chucklehut With Joe Scarborough this morning to talk about his new book and baseball. If you've ever heard Will talk, you know he's...excited. He did not disappoint this morning, stammering through his segment.
Earlier a reader complained that yesterday's Canada-Norway hockey game on MSNBC was bumped to another channel, without warning, so that "Countdown with Keith Olbermann" could begin on time. Here's a programming note: Keith Olbermann is not amused by your lies.