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Romney vs. Gingrich: Too soon for a two...

Romney vs. Gingrich: Too soon for a two man race?

01/26/12 07:00PM

CNBC’s John Harwood joins the panel, weighing in on the winners and losers of Thursday evening’s debate. Though the panel says Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum both had strong performances at the debate, a recent NBC News/The Wall Street Journal poll has... watch

Romney delivers 'enhanced' debate performance

Romney delivers 'enhanced' debate performance

01/26/12 07:00PM

Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney turned on the heat to his presidential opponents on Thursday evening’s debate. The Washington Post’s Eugene Robinson and PBS’ Jeff Greenfield join to discuss Romney’s chances for the GOP nomination and how his... watch

Polls: GOP candidates net-negative in...

Polls: GOP candidates net-negative in favorability

01/26/12 07:00PM

Meet the Press’ David Gregory and the Daily Rundown’s Chuck Todd share their insights on Thursday night’s GOP presidential debate, weighing in on polls showing the Republican candidates' favorability rankings that do not net in their favor. watch

Governors tout Obama’s record

Governors tout Obama’s record

01/26/12 07:00PM

Gov. Martin O’Malley, D-Md., Gov. Pat Quinn, D-Ill., and Gov. Jack Markell, D-Del., are in New York for the Democratic Governors Association’s Conference and join Morning Joe to promote President Obama’s accomplishments during his first three years in... watch

An excerpt from Cullen Murphy's new book "God's Jury"

An excerpt from Cullen Murphy's new book "God's Jury"

01/26/12 11:50AM

Scientist Versus SimpletonThe remains of Galileo Galilei — physicist, astronomer, philosopher, and tactical self-censor — lie entombed in marble at the Church of Santa Croce, in Florence. Or, rather, most of Galileo lies there. In 1737, as his body was being transferred from the place where it had been secretly kept (ecclesiastical authorities for years would not permit its interment in a consecrated church) to the monument in Santa Croce, a group of admirers removed one of Galileo’s vertebrae, one of his teeth, and three of his fingers. read more

Must Read Op-Eds for Thursday, January 26, 2012

01/26/12 09:42AM

HOW REPUBLICANS CAN WIN BACK HISPANICSBY JEB BUSHWASHINGTON POSTThe United States needs an economy that is vibrant and dynamic, open to the contributions of new entrants. ... We must be able to assure new Americans the opportunity to succeed and contribute their talents. And when they come, as surely they will, we must welcome them, no matter whether they speak Spanish or Creole or Portuguese. When we hear foreign languages in the streets of America, that is a validation of the Republican vision to create a place where people want to come and make their lives. read more

Morning Headlines: Thursday, January 26

01/26/12 05:52AM

Here's a look at the stories we're following right now. What are you reading this morning?NBC poll: Obama benefits from economic optimismTIME/CNN Florida poll: Romney and Gingrich in virtual tieGingrich's Florida momentum not enough in a general election, Suffolk poll findsThe great divide: Florida primary crowdsPenn State, Joe Paterno forever tiedApple accused of ignoring labor abuses that can killArizona governor, Obama in 'tense' exchange over bookTreasury Secretary Timothy Geithner won't stay on if Obama reelectedBernanke has "finger on trigger" for new bond buys read more

New film follows journalist through Egypt...

New film follows journalist through Egypt uprisings

01/25/12 07:00PM

The new HBO documentary "In Tahrir Square," marks the one-year anniversary of the uprisings in Egypt, and the directors and producers Jon Alpert and Matt O'Neill join Morning Joe to discuss their time in Egypt. The film follows journalist Sharif Abdel... watch

Todd: Poll could indicate turning point on...

Todd: Poll could indicate turning point on economy

01/25/12 07:00PM

NBC News' Chuck Todd joins Morning Joe to discuss the recent round of polls on President Obama and the country's opinion on the economy. 45 percent of respondents approve of the president's handling of the economy, and Todd suggests that number could... watch

Author: Gen. Petraeus 'absolutely loves'...

Author: Gen. Petraeus 'absolutely loves' the CIA

01/25/12 07:00PM

In a interview conducted in January of 2012, Author Paula Broadwell joins Morning Joe to discuss her new book on Gen. David Petraeus, bringing attention to troops who suffer from PTSD, and the relationship between Gen. Petraeus and Gen. Stanley... watch

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