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Boston one year later

Boston one year later

04/15/14 09:00AM

Morning Joe looks back to the April 15, 2013 Boston Marathon bombings that claimed the lives of three people and injured over 260. watch

'It's not libertarianism; it's anarchy'

'It's not libertarianism; it's anarchy'

04/15/14 08:03AM

The Bureau of Land Management has released the 400 cows it had taken from a Nevada rancher who had used federal land for 20 years without paying for it, according to the bureau. The rancher, Cliven Bundy, who wants to disarm federal agencies, has... watch

Woman in Hillary shoe throw could face jail

Woman in Hillary shoe throw could face jail

04/15/14 07:38AM

Morning Papers: The woman accused of throwing a shoe at Hillary Clinton during a speaking engagement has been charged by federal authorities, and she could face up to a year in prison if she's convicted. The Morning Joe panel also looks at the day's... watch

Tuesday roundup: Snowden, Boston and Kansas

Tuesday roundup: Snowden, Boston and Kansas

04/15/14 07:23AM

Top Talkers: The Morning Joe panel looks at the morning's big news, including a shared Pulitzer that went to the Washington Post and the Guardian for its coverage of Edward Snowden. The panel also discusses the Boston Globe's coverage of the first... watch

Senate Dem ad hits at '90 miles an hour'

Senate Dem ad hits at '90 miles an hour'

04/15/14 06:59AM

Politico Playbook: Sen. Mary Landrieu, D-La., is running her "Will Not Rest" TV spot, which embraces her record in Washington. She's up against GOP challengers, including Bill Cassidy, who currently polls at 26 percent. Mike Allen joins Morning Joe to... watch

'The middle class is under huge stress'

'The middle class is under huge stress'

04/14/14 08:50AM

Former Labor Secretary Robert Reich and Fortune's Stephanie Mehta join Morning Joe to discuss how the country's middle class is faring in the current economy, raising the minimum wage and expanding the earned income tax credit. watch

'Putin doesn't seem likely to stop at this'

'Putin doesn't seem likely to stop at this'

04/14/14 08:32AM

The U.S. is accusing Moscow of fomenting unrest in eastern Ukraine as pro-Russian separatists seize another police building in Donetsk. What options does the U.S. have in the region? What will Russian President Vladimir Putin do next? The Morning Joe... watch

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