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Is it as simple as austerity vs. growth?

Is it as simple as austerity vs. growth?

05/21/12 08:00PM

European leaders are set to meet this week to discuss the euro zone and how to best encourage economic growth in the euro zone. Morning Joe financial analyst Steve Rattner brings charts to discuss the economies of countries like Germany, Italy and... watch

Booker, NAACP and gay marriage, Romney and...

Booker, NAACP and gay marriage, Romney and Obama

05/21/12 08:00PM

The NAACP recently came out in support of gay marriage, going so far as to call it a civil right that should be protected under the 14th Amendment. The Washington Post's Eugene Robinson discusses the NAACP's stance, and the panel also discusses a new... watch

How will budget cuts impact the US Navy?

How will budget cuts impact the US Navy?

05/21/12 08:00PM

Navy Secretary Ray Mabus joins Morning Joe to discuss the current state of the Navy, what defense budgets cuts will do to the Navy, reversing a decline in the number of naval ships, and possibly preparing for conflict in Iran. watch

Does prostate testing do more harm than good?

Does prostate testing do more harm than good?

05/21/12 08:00PM

Prostate testing for men will help save roughly one in 1000 men and often directs men to unnecessary surgeries, the US Preventive Service Task Force recently determined. NBC News' Dr. Nancy Snyderman and former White House Advisor for Health Policy, Dr... watch

Dealing with the debt

Dealing with the debt

05/21/12 08:00PM

Sen. Tom Coburn, author of “The Debt Bomb,” talks about the sparring over spending in Congress. Coburn calls Congress, “short-term thinkers running crisis from crisis.” watch

The future of oil in the Arctic

The future of oil in the Arctic

05/21/12 08:00PM

Journalist Bob Reiss shares details from his new book, "The Eskimo and the Oil Man," which focuses on drilling for oil in Alaska. T. Boone Pickens joins the conversation to discusses the consequences of domestic drilling. watch

Ford: I would not have backed off the comments if I were Mayor Booker

05/21/12 12:35PM

Former DLC chair Harold Ford Jr.: I would not have backed off the comments if I were Mayor Booker. I understand him wanting to make the point that legitimate questions can be raised about whether or not at Bain they made bad decisions…Overall, I agree with the substance of his comments on “Meet the Press.” I agree with the core of it. I would not have backed them out. Having said that, I understand as a surrogate for the campaign, you would have to have one of your key and most eloquent and most effective surrogates at least clarify, or at least bring some context to those statements. read more

An excerpt from Arthur Herman's new book "Freedom Forge"

An excerpt from Arthur Herman's new book "Freedom Forge"

05/21/12 11:40AM

PROLOGUEOur opponents are miserable worms. I saw themat Munich.—Adolf HitlerIT WASN’T A DAY to expect catastrophe.Across Western Europe, May 10, 1940, dawned bright and clear. Then, with a whine accelerating to a scream, swarms of German Stuka divebombers swooped out of the skies over Holland and Belgium and unloaded their bombs. The skies turned from blue to white as thousands of parachutes opened and German paratroopers descended to earth to seize key bridges and installations. The supposedly impregnable Fort Eben Emael fell in a matter of hours. read more

Morning Joe panel honors singer Robin Gibb

Morning Joe panel honors singer Robin Gibb

05/20/12 08:00PM

Top Talkers: Singer Robin Gibb, best known as a member of the Bee Gees, died over the weekend at the age of 62 after battling cancer. The band is best known for songs like "Stayin' Alive," "Night Fever," and "More Than a Woman." The Morning Joe panel... watch

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