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Black law enforcement leader heads to Mo.

Black law enforcement leader heads to Mo.

08/15/14 07:24AM

Dr. Cedric Alexander of the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives is headed to Ferguson to meet with the town's police chief this weekend to get a sense of what happened and what needs to be changed in terms of policing. watch

Nixon: Militarization brought less safety

Nixon: Militarization brought less safety

08/15/14 07:01AM

Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon joins Morning Joe to discuss the difficult week the town of Ferguson has faced following the death of an unarmed teenager, the Ferguson PD's plan to release the name of the officer who killed the teen and what changes should be... watch

Why Obama should be allowed to take vacations

Why Obama should be allowed to take vacations

08/15/14 06:43AM

Must-Read Op-Eds: Joe Scarborough reads from Gwen Ifill's latest column on the controversy over presidential vacations amid multiple crises, both international and domestic. The panel also discusses Rand Paul's latest column on Ferguson. watch

Williams' wife says he had early Parkinson's

Williams' wife says he had early Parkinson's

08/15/14 06:26AM

Morning Papers: Robin Williams' widow has said the late actor had early stages of Parkinson's, a Russian aid convoy is being scrutinized by Ukraine, Pope Francis travels to South Korea and NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo toured a Hamas tunnel while in Israel. watch

Sharpton: We aren't out of the emotions yet

Sharpton: We aren't out of the emotions yet

08/15/14 06:04AM

Top Talkers: Missouri's Highway Patrol has now taken over in Ferguson, and already signs of a change in tone is evident in the protests. The Morning Joe panel discusses the difficult week in Ferguson, the militarization of police and what will come... watch

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