Even we already knew that.
And everything, thankfully, is back to normal.
The MSNBC host went after his Fox News rival hard last night.
Even though their distant parents told them to sit still and behave.
Reversing a previous decision, the network has decided to continue to have a recording of the legendary anchorman's voice introducing Katie Couric.
Walter Cronkite, legendary anchorman and the "most trusted man in America," died this evening at the age of 92.
The right-wing commentator goes on a rant about why affirmative action is bad because the Declaration of Independece was written by "100 percent white men."
Tell us something we don't know.
Wait, wait, we know the answer to this one. Hold on, we'll think of it ...
Um, this is ... good news? Bad news? We can't tell.
Michael Jackson has taught us yet another lesson.
"You watch the news today, and you don’t know what is real," says Bobbie Battista.
Predictably, Fox News producer Jesse Watters doesn't appreciate a taste of his own medicine.
Laura Ling and Euna Lee of Current TV were convicted this morning.
And it's funny! Now quit while you're ahead, Sanchez.
But it was only because intermission was too long. Sort of.
Let's stack it up.
By bringing national attention to the work of the murdered abortion doctor, was the Fox News host doing more harm than good? That's what Gabriel Winant argues.
Trying to explain the market in real time is like 'Waiting for Godot.'