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Remembering WWI 100 years later

Remembering WWI 100 years later

07/28/14 06:48AM

Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia on July 28, 1914, effectively beginning World War I. Historian Jon Meacham discusses the lasting effect WWI has had on the world. watch

Fighting forces investigators from crash site

Fighting forces investigators from crash site

07/28/14 06:12AM

Top Talkers: A team of international investigators was forced to turn away from the MH Flight 17 due to fighting in the region between pro-Russian rebels and Ukrainian forces. Ukraine's president has also called for a tougher international response in the watch

Did Israel revive Hamas through fighting?

Did Israel revive Hamas through fighting?

07/28/14 06:06AM

Top Talkers: Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu gave interviews over the weekend, saying Hamas has rejected cease-fires offered by Israel. Hamas' leader Khaled Meshaal also sat down with Charlie Rose, and the Morning Joe panel discusses remarks from both. watch

Airstrikes continue during Muslim holiday

Airstrikes continue during Muslim holiday

07/28/14 06:02AM

Top Talkers: In Gaza, Hamas agreed to a brief cease-fire for the major Muslim holiday of Eid al-Fitr. NBC News' Ayman Mohyeldin reports on the latest details from the region, including the rising death toll. watch

Closing the gender gap

Closing the gender gap

07/25/14 08:42AM

Sen. Maria Cantwell shares her thoughts on a report that suggests women business owners face a gender pay gap. Cantwell also talks about small businesses and the influence of women. The panel then turns the conversation to the situation in Gaza. watch

Dem. rep.: US laws don't favor immigrant kids

Dem. rep.: US laws don't favor immigrant kids

07/25/14 07:39AM

The U.S. is currently considering refugee status for Hondurans. Rep. Luis Gutierrez, D-Ill., met with the presidents of Guatemala and Honduras to discuss the current border crisis, and he joins Morning Joe to re-cap the meetings. watch

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