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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

Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus and NBC News' Andrea Mitchell chat in the green room at the Mills House Hotel in Charleston, South Carolina.

A quick moment with Andrea Mitchell and Reince Priebus

01/25/12 01:18PM

We've returned from Charleston, and we're still catching up on sleep (somewhat), and we're going through the mountains of photographs we took while down there.I just came along this one of RNC chair Reince Priebus and NBC News' Andrea Mitchell in a makeshift green room at the Mills House Hotel in downtown Charleston.Enjoy. read more

Must Read Op-Eds for Wednesday, January 25, 2012

01/25/12 10:18AM

THE STATE OF THE UNION IN 2012EDITORIALNEW YORK TIMESMr. Obama has become steadily more assertive, but he will have to push even harder. The State of the Union was a chance to do that and he did not squander it. ... Over the last year, Americans have become more aware of the deep inequities in the economy and of the government's responsibility to act. Mr. Obama deserves some of the credit for that, but it has a lot more to do with the unrelenting tough times and the efforts of Occupy Wall Street and other protests. read more

Dr. Brzezinski: I fear pressure in US to demonize the Chinese

01/25/12 09:12AM

Dr. Zbigniew Brzezinski joins Morning Joe to continue the discussion of his latest book "Strategic Vision," how the U.S. should conduct its relationships with Europe and the East, why the U.S. should avoid a confrontation with China, and why starting or supporting a war with Iran doesn't prove a leader is tough.He had this to say during the segment:“…I don’t think China is going to disappear just to please us. And I don’t think we can outbid the Chinese in some respects. read more

Will SOTU resonate with unemployed Americans?

Will SOTU resonate with unemployed Americans?

01/24/12 07:00PM

Was Tuesday night's SOTU address really all about the 'persuadable voter'? Did President Obama's address effectively cut through politics and offer a direct message to unemployed Americans? Joe Scarborough isn't so sure. The Washington Post's Bob... watch