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President Barack Obama gestures as he speaks on his American Jobs Act legislation, Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2011, at North Carolina State University in Raleigh, N.C.

Top Talker: Taxing the Rich...

09/19/11 08:53AM

 This morning, President Obama will speak in the White House Rose Garden, where he’s expected to unveil his plan to cut the national debt, while proposing a change to the tax system that would force millionaires to pay more. The President is expected to introduce roughly $3 trillion in savings this morning, in addition to the approximately $1 trillion in cuts already called for under the debt ceiling deal enacted in August. read more

Morning Headlines: Monday, Sept. 19th

09/19/11 05:52AM

Here's a look at the stories we're following right now. What are you reading this morning?The president will announce a new debt-reduction plan today......and the GOP calls it 'class warfare''Don't ask, don't tell' fades awayIt was a 'Family' kind of night at the EmmysNetflix is splitting in twoPlane in Reno crash had 'radical' changes to competeStudy: Child abuse increased as economy crashedAsian stocks down as Europe debt crisis drags onStrauss-Kahn acknowledges 'moral failing'Rescuers race to reach Himalayan quake villagesFighting erupts for second straight day in Yemeni capital read more

Meacham on US job crisis: This is a 'moral...

Meacham on US job crisis: This is a 'moral issue'

09/18/11 08:00PM

Must Read Op-Eds: Mika Brzezinski reads from a Charles Blow New York Times column about the new Census Bureau report, which found that 15 percent of the United States is living in poverty. Blow writes most in poverty "...don't have good jobs that pay... watch

Bill Clinton weighs in on chance of...

Bill Clinton weighs in on chance of Hillary running

09/18/11 08:00PM

Top Talkers: Former President Bill Clinton responds to talk from Dick Cheney that Secretary of State Hillary Clinton would choose to enter the 2012 presidential race. The panel discusses, and Joe Scarborough wonders what would make President Obama not... watch

Must Read Op-Eds for September 16, 2011

09/16/11 09:45AM

FREE TO DIE  BY PAUL KRUGMANNEW YORK TIMESWhat this means is that modern conservatism is actually a deeply radical movement, one that is hostile to the kind of society we've had for the past three generations - that is, a society that, acting through the government, tries to mitigate some of the "common hazards of life" through such programs as Social Security, unemployment insurance, Medicare and Medicaid. Are voters ready to embrace such a radical rejection of the kind of America we've all grown up in? read more

Morning Headlines: Friday, Sept. 16th

09/16/11 05:54AM

Here's a look at the stories we're following right now. What are you reading this morning?Boehner gave his speech yesterdayOn foreign policy, Perry is inconsistent, unclear...but he likes to slam Romney as being Obama-likeSupreme Court halts killer's execution in TexasSocial Security cuts off the table, says the presidentNASA discovers 'Star Wars'-like planet with two sunsU.N. showdown over Palestinian statehood tests limits of U.S. read more

Are Obama, Boehner really from different...

Are Obama, Boehner really from different planets?

09/15/11 08:00PM

Top Talkers: Can't we all get along? Are House Speaker Boehner and the president really from different planets? The Morning Joe panel – including New York Magazine's John Heilemann, Peter Alexander, and Mike Barnicle – discusses the issue as well as... watch

Mika moderates panel on empowering through...

Mika moderates panel on empowering through fashion

09/15/11 08:00PM

On Thursday night, Mika Brzezinski moderated a panel discussion on dressing for success. Candace Bushnell, Padma Lakshmi, and Diana Taylor sat on the panel, and the event also featured a runway presentation of Akris fashions for the Fall/Winter 2011... watch

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