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Must-Read Op-Eds for Wednesday, June 27, 2012

06/27/12 10:30AM

A FLASHPOINT ON TURKEY'S BORDEREDITORIAL NEW YORK TIMESTurkey showed prudent restraint after one of its fighter jets was shot down by Syria on Friday. But the incident is a reminder of how easily Syria’s bloody civil war could spill over their common border, and it lends greater urgency to United Nations and Western efforts to end that... read more

Director/screenwriter Nora Ephron (c.) with actor Tom Hanks (l.) and Meg Ryan (r.)

Nora Ephron's appearances on Morning Joe

06/27/12 06:48AM

We've gone through our archives and added Nora Ephron's appearances on Morning Joe here on the blog for you to enjoy -- either again or for the first time.In addition to being an Academy Award nominated screenwriter as well as a director of films that everyone on the planet seems to know, she was a friend of Morning Joe.She will be... read more

An assessment of global affairs

An assessment of global affairs

06/26/12 08:00PM

Dr. Zbigniew Brzezinski joins Morning Joe to dissect the delicate situation in Syria, the impact of the election in Egypt on U.S. relations and whether there is a new cold war brewing with Russia. watch

Developing Haitian soccer

Developing Haitian soccer

06/26/12 08:00PM

Former House Majority Leader Dick Gephardt and Boby Duval, founder of L’Athletique D’Haiti discuss their work to bring a professional soccer complex to Haiti with the help of Delos International. watch

The Morning Joe panel pays tribute to Nora...

The Morning Joe panel pays tribute to Nora Ephron

06/26/12 08:00PM

Top Talkers: Screenwriter and director Nora Ephron is famous for writing and directing such hit films as "You've Got Mail," "Julie & Julia" and "Sleepless in Seattle" among others. Ephron died Tuesday evening in New York of leukemia at the age of 71.... watch

Must-Read Op-Eds for Tuesday, June 26, 2012

06/26/12 12:27PM

AN ELECTION RUNNING ON EMPTYBY RICHARD COHENWASHINGTON POSTIf the presidential campaign were a TV program, it would have been canceled by now. Viewers have clicked off, stupefied by a campaign that has one overriding issue, the economy, and virtually nothing else. What started out with such energy — a “Gong Show” of debates, one unlikely and... read more

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