Trump just can't go to bed without talking to Sean Hannity about his show! (Hannity's show, that is...)
Fox News wants Hillary Clinton to be quiet, then proceeds to tweet about her more than a dozen times a day.
When we need new imagery, Kendzior delivers. On AM Joy, she helps Republicans understand that collusion begins with Trump.
Trump takes to the Rose Garden with Alex Azar to make a bunch of promises they can't keep to lower drug prices and eliminate "the middleman."
Rep. Kelly tries to tell Rep. Waters that she should not talk about discrimination, when the House is debating rolling back protections against discrimination. It doesn't go well.
Patrick Little is a genuine Republican NeoNazi who has no problem acting it out in public.
It's a day in the U.S., and cops are called on innocent kids because they are black. Nordstrom is the latest Starbucks, and I have some suggestions.
Devin Nunes doesn't think compromising and endangering Intelligence sources matters as much as protecting Trump. Problem is, in this case, even Trump disagrees.
Shocking no one, Zimmerman is charged with more violent behavior. This time stalking and threatening a private investigator.
Pulling out of the Iran deal creates the perfect opportunity for Iran to bomb Israel, and for Israel to retaliate. Or vice versa. Or maybe it's all just an effort to warmonger.
On Stephanie Ruhle's show, Kristof urges the media not to let Trump drive the conversation or the coverage as much as he does, admitting the bottom line is actually as important as Michelle Wolf joked it was. And it shouldn't be.
For nearly a decade, Pelosi has been a Republican punching bag. Worse, some Democrats join in, too. Joy Reid and her panel blasts that notion and tells everyone why Dems need Nancy Pelosi as Speaker of the House.
Dragging an Israeli flag, anti-Semite Patrick Little was himself dragged out of the California State Republican Convention kicking and screaming.
Reporter Peter Alexander cracks awesome one-liner about Trump, Giuliani and hush money.
Caught on a hot mic, someone in the media whispers the obvious while listening to Trump blather on about North Korea.