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Gaza cease-fire implodes after attack

Gaza cease-fire implodes after attack

08/01/14 06:01AM

Top Talkers: A brief, 72-hour cease-fire between Israel and Hamas appears to have been broken. Hamas is claiming Israeli tanks killed four in Gaza while the cease-fire was in effect. NBC News' Martin Fletcher and Ayman Mohyeldin report. watch

Living homeless in California

Living homeless in California

07/31/14 08:46AM

Republican gubernatorial candidate Neel Kashkari talks about his mission to find out more about the job situation in California and the situation for those who are homeless. watch

Obama lawsuit moves ahead

Obama lawsuit moves ahead

07/31/14 08:01AM

The Morning Joe panel talks about the top headlines of the day including the House clearing the way to sue President Obama. The panel also talks about the recent economic growth, the president calling on Congress to do their jobs and the Cuomo ethics inv watch

Hamas cannot win; carnage cannot go on

Hamas cannot win; carnage cannot go on

07/31/14 07:12AM

Fmr. British Foreign Secretary David Miliband joins Morning Joe to discuss Israel's plans to call up more reserve fighters, the fighting in Gaza and why Turkey is standing with Hamas. Haaretz's Ari Shavit also joins the conversation. watch

If GOP suit thrown out, what happens next?

If GOP suit thrown out, what happens next?

07/31/14 07:04AM

The Morning Joe panel debates the House's lawsuit against the president, new emails showing former IRS head Lois Lerner's that are enraging some in the GOP and the corruption trial against former Va. Gov. Bob McDonnell. watch

U.S. attorney threatens Cuomo administration

U.S. attorney threatens Cuomo administration

07/31/14 06:31AM

Politico Playbook: Is the Cuomo administration guilty of obstruction of justice or witness tampering regarding his cancellation of his anti-corruption commission? Mike Allen discusses a possible U.S. attorney investigation. watch

Aid groups evacuating after Ebola outbreaks

Aid groups evacuating after Ebola outbreaks

07/31/14 06:26AM

Morning Papers: After recent Ebola outbreaks in Africa, the Peace Corps and other aid groups are temporarily evacuating the region; an Army general will question Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl; an American who died in a suicide attack in Syria came home to the U.S. b watch

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