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Barnicle: LeBron stood up for what he...

Barnicle: LeBron stood up for what he believes

12/09/14 07:01AM

On Monday night in Brooklyn, NBA players, including LeBron James wore "I Can't Breathe" shirts in honor of Eric Garner. The Morning Joe panel discusses the effectiveness of the gesture as well as the current protests taking hold across the country. watch

Can the left launch its own Tea Party?

Can the left launch its own Tea Party?

12/09/14 06:40AM

Politico Playbook: "Even as they publicly condemn Tea Party Republicans as hostage-taking legislative thugs, the truth is that some Democrats are quietly jealous of them," writes Politico's Bill Scher. Mike Allen discusses. watch

al-Qaeda leader: ISIS beheadings un-Islamic

al-Qaeda leader: ISIS beheadings un-Islamic

12/09/14 06:26AM

Morning Papers: An al-Qaeda leader in Yemen is criticizing ISIS' beheadings; UVA won't lift frat ban after Rolling Stone controversy; an a criminal investigation is underway into an LA fire, and Jonathan Gruber is headed to Capitol Hill. watch

Police officers deploy teargas while trying to disperse a crowd comprised largely of student protesters during a protest against police violence in the U.S., in Berkeley, Calif. early Dec. 7, 2014.

Protests continue nationwide for sixth night

12/08/14 08:50AM

Protests continue nationwide for sixth nightFor the sixth night in a row, protestors took to the streets nationwide to take a stand against two recent grand jury decisions not to indict two police officers who killed two unarmed black men. read more

Why Landrieu lost

Why Landrieu lost

12/08/14 08:44AM

The Morning Joe panel explains how Sen. Mary Landrieu tried to keep her seat but why her support from Democrats evaporated. watch

Why it’s important to sleep

Why it’s important to sleep

12/08/14 07:51AM

John Hoffman shares details from the documentary, “Sleepless in America.” Hoffman says that a person needs an average of seven hours of sleep a night or it can lead to “significant health risks.” watch

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