6/25/2013 4:30 PM ET
On Tuesday, successive MSNBC hosts used the failing health of former
South African president Nelson Mandela to promote President Obama's
upcoming trip to Africa. Daily Rundown host Chuck Todd ...
6/18/2013 3:55 PM ET
On her eponymous 1 p.m. ET show on MSNBC on Thursday, host Andrea
Mitchell ranted against House Republicans daring to introduce pro-life
legislation to limit abortions: "The House is expected ...
6/18/2013 10:10 AM ET
On Monday's NBC Nightly News, correspondent Andrea Mitchell
seized on NSA leaker Edward Snowden attacking former Vice President Dick
Cheney, who labeled Snowden a traitor for publicizing ...
6/17/2013 2:51 PM ET
In a report on Monday's NBC Today about new leaks from National
Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden, chief foreign affairs
correspondent Andrea Mitchell took a jab at former Vice ...
6/13/2013 8:30 AM ET
The Big Three (ABC, CBS, NBC) news networks actually jumped to cover the
IRS scandal story, filling their evening and morning shows with a total of 96
stories in the first two weeks (May 10 ...
6/7/2013 10:37 AM ET
After fretting that numerous government scandals were becoming a "big problem" for President Obama at the top of Friday's NBC Today,
in the 7:30 a.m. ET half hour, correspondent Andrea Mitchell ...
6/6/2013 3:07 PM ET
On Wednesday's NBC Nightly News, chief White House
correspondent Chuck Todd cheered President Obama picking Susan Rice to
be his new national security advisor and nominating Samantha Power as ...
5/31/2013 4:18 PM ET
In a stunning example of how desperate the liberal media are to defend
President Obama against the numerous scandals rocking his
administration, on her Friday MSNBC show, host Andrea Mitchell ...
5/30/2013 12:00 PM ET
ABC and NBC on Wednesday night continued to hype the "stunning" retirement of "lightning rod" Michele Bachmann. World News reporter Jeff Zeleny noted that although the politician "rode the Tea ...
5/23/2013 4:18 PM ET
Longtime MSNBC host Andrea Mitchell on Thursday lashed out at the Obama administration, complaining that "more than any of its predecessors in recent years [they have], gone after journalists." ...