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MSNBC host Ali Velshi shed light on the issue of conflicting police accounts of the timeline of the mass shooting that took place at the Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas. During the segment on Thursday night, he talked about how it was important to find out what exactly led to police reportedly not engaging the shooter among other questions.

Malcolm Nance, a former U.S. Navy intelligence officer, and author, revealed that he's no longer an analyst with MSNBC and has joined the International Legion of Territorial Defense of Ukraine. Speaking to Joy Reid in an interview from a secure location in the country currently under siege from Russia, he gave his reason for doing so: "I was through with talking about it."

Mehdi Hasan, the MSNBC anchor, and host of the Mehdi Hasan show on the Peacock network blasted the overall media reporting on Ukrainian refugees while appearing on the network on Sunday. He noted how there seemed to be more attention paid to them being more "civilized" than those refugees fleeing conflict from African and Middle Eastern nations.

Shaquille Brewster was live on air when Benjamin Eugene Dagley approached the TV crew shouting and ranting.

Charles was a prominent fixture for news segments that focused on law for CNN and MSNBC and also began a successful firm.

Former Donald Trump stooge Anthony Scaramucci was a guest on the program and probably didn't expect the grilling he got from Cross after once standing tall for his ex-boss.

Brian Williams has jokes. Last night (Jan. 29), the MSNBC anchor and host of The 11th Hour "accidentally" shared a clip from Jerry Maguire the 1996 film starring Tom Cruise instead of a meeting between politicians.

After filling in on the weekends for the cable news network, the star journalist now has her own two-hour Saturday program.

According to Deadline, MSNBC is launching two new weekend shows with political analyst Tiffany Cross and Washington Post opinion columnist Jonathan Capehart. After weeks of competing for the coveted weekend slots on the network, previously held by Joy Reid's "A.M. Joy", both were announced to be filling the slots, with Cross anchoring MSNBC on Saturdays between 10 a.m. and noon, while Capehart leads Sundays in the same time period. 

During an interview segment with host Ari Melber, the actress praised Black women voters for their efforts but said the "real heroes" were Latina women.

One of Hip-Hop’s most talented producers is ready to get back to his solo career. The RZA has confirmed he has a new project on the way.

MSNBC contributor Dr. Jason Johnson found himself in controversy after making comments regarding supporters of Sen. Bernie Sanders. After declaring that the presidential hopeful employed a Black staffer from an “island of misfit Black girls,” Johnson has reportedly been let go from his post at The Root.