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Viewing decision with 'history of mistrust'

Viewing decision with 'history of mistrust'

11/26/14 06:03AM

Top Talkers: The Morning Joe panel continues its discussion of the grand jury's decision to not indict Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson in the death of Michael Brown as well as Wilson's interview with George Stephanopoulos. Roland Martin joins the... watch

Holiday storm heads for East Coast

Holiday storm heads for East Coast

11/26/14 06:00AM

A winter storm is expected to slam into the East Coast just ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday, and New York airports are delaying flights. NBC News' Bill Karins has the latest updates. watch

James Patterson’s plan to ‘save our books’

James Patterson’s plan to ‘save our books’

11/25/14 08:51AM

Author James Patterson talks about his reading initiative to “save our books.” Patterson wants kids to become competent readers, which will help them further their education. He also discusses whether there is hope for independent book sellers in the... watch

Joy Reid not surprised by Ferguson decision

Joy Reid not surprised by Ferguson decision

11/25/14 08:37AM

Msnbc's Joy Reid describes her reaction to the Ferguson grand jury announcement saying the decision "wasn't a surprise." Reid said McCulloch didn't need the grand jury and had the power to make the decision before it got that far. watch

Going local – Small Business Saturday

Going local – Small Business Saturday

11/25/14 07:51AM

SBA administrator Maria Contreras-Sweet talks about “dining out” for Small Business Saturday to give support to local restaurants and in turn other businesses. CNBC’s Brian Sullivan then joins to discuss how more people can be convinced to start and... watch

No mandate for the GOP?

No mandate for the GOP?

11/25/14 07:42AM

The Morning Joe panel talks about the results of the latest Bloomberg Politics/ St. Anselm poll which suggests that 44 percent of voters say Republicans don't have a mandate to "carry out a new agenda." watch

Race relations and law enforcement

Race relations and law enforcement

11/25/14 07:31AM

Joshua DuBois says Bob McCulloch’s tone was “all wrong” during his remarks and talks about double standards on how police officers treat African-Americans. Rep. Gregory Meeks asks for calm protests instead of the unrest which erupted in Ferguson... watch

A disconnect over foreign policy?

A disconnect over foreign policy?

11/25/14 07:12AM

Richard Haass joins the Morning Joe panel to talk about Chuck Hagel’s departure and explain why there is a disconnect over foreign policy. The panel then joins the conversation to talk about the extension of the Iran nuclear talks and why a compromise... watch

Small businesses looted, destroyed in...

Small businesses looted, destroyed in Ferguson

11/25/14 07:08AM

Msnbc’s Craig Melvin then joins from the ground in Ferguson, saying “it’s relatively calm” compared to last night but “parts of Ferguson are still smoldering.” Dr. Cedric Alexander then joins calling the turn of events Monday night “unfortunate” as... watch

Legal questions surround grand jury decision

Legal questions surround grand jury decision

11/25/14 06:59AM

The Cycle’s Ari Melber breaks down the evidence presented to the grand jury. Melber also talks explains why the announcement of the grand jury decision was “unusual” and says “delaying too long is not seen as the normal, proper course." watch

Hagel’s departure and national security

Hagel’s departure and national security

11/25/14 06:45AM

NBC’s Jim Miklaszewski talks about Chuck Hagel’s resignation and says the Defense Secretary is a great guy but was “never seen as a great fit.” The panel also talks about the implications Hagel’s departure has for the national security team. Richard... watch

The impact of Hagel’s resignation

The impact of Hagel’s resignation

11/25/14 06:31AM

The Morning Joe panel comments on The Washington Post op-ed “Obama morphs into Bush” written by Dana Milbank. Nicolle Wallace then points on the similarities and differences between Chuck Hagel and Donald Rumsfeld when they left their positions as... watch

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