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The new instability?

The new instability?

07/29/14 08:41AM

Cindi Leive and Jack Myers join Morning Joe to discuss the evolving picture of working families in America. The families are continually changing because of the economic gains and losses among various groups in the workforce. watch

An excerpt from "The Nixon Tapes"

07/29/14 08:09AM

Four decades later, we have all but forgotten that in late 1972 President Richard M. Nixon was at a political high point. That year, he made historic peace overtures with America’s Cold War enemies, first with China, then with the Soviet Union. The Vietnam War, which had long divided the American public, seemed to be drawing to a close. read more

Searching for solutions in Gaza

Searching for solutions in Gaza

07/29/14 07:59AM

NBC’s Kate Snow discusses the latest in Gaza and Secretary of State John Kerry’s call for a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas. Al Hunt talks about the criticism against Kerry and says that to say John Kerry isn’t a friend of Israel is “nonsense.” Steve S watch

New novel is a Cuban Missile Crisis thriller

New novel is a Cuban Missile Crisis thriller

07/29/14 07:40AM

Author and professor Stephen L. Carter joins Morning Joe to discuss his new novel "Back Channel," which looks at the Cuban Missile Crisis. Carter also discusses recent controversy over "poor door" practices in residential buildings. watch

What to know about the Ebola virus

What to know about the Ebola virus

07/29/14 07:24AM

NBC News' Dr. Nancy Snyderman joins Morning Joe to discuss the latest cases of Ebola, which has stricken two American aid workers in Liberia. Dr. Snyderman also discusses a new study on running. watch

Judge rules against Sterling in Clippers case

Judge rules against Sterling in Clippers case

07/29/14 06:27AM

Morning Papers: The sale of the LA Clippers will go through after a judge ruled against Donald Sterling; D.C.'s top lawyer seeks to put a halt to a recent gun ruling; Virginia's same-sex marriage ban was struck down and a third of Americans have debt in c watch

Israel hits fuel tanks at only Gaza plant

Israel hits fuel tanks at only Gaza plant

07/29/14 06:02AM

Top Talkers: The crisis between Israel and Hamas is now stretching into its fourth week, with the hopes of an immediate cease-fire shrinking as Israel stepped up airstrikes on Gaza overnight. Ayman Mohyeldin reports. watch

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