President Donald Trump tuned in to watch a Nancy Pelosi appearance on "Morning Joe" and, apparently, came away pleasantly surprised.
The former director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency removed his earpiece and stormed off during a live MSNBC segment.
NBC News Chief Foreign Correspondent Richard Engel criticized on Wednesday the use of the term "China virus" to describe the highly contagious coronavirus.
MSNBC legal analyst Glenn Kirschner said President Donald Trump could be charged with homicide for response to the coronavirus outbreak.
Washington Post columnist Jennifer Rubin predicted on MSNBC that fewer Democrats would die from coronavirus infection because they understand reality.
"A racist Twitter mob came for me over a trivial math mistake. I'm not going anywhere," New York Times editorial board member Mara Gay tweeted on Wednesday.
MSNBC anchor Chris Hayes erased the existence of black Republicans when he asserted that there's "only one party" to which black Americans can belong.
MSNBC anchor Chris Matthews announced his retirement following controversial remarks to women and about Bernie Sanders, in a widely circulated video clip.
A New Hampshire voter told an MSNBC anchor the network's criticism of Sen. Bernie Sanders made the voter "angry enough" to vote for Sanders.