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Teacher attempts to save JFK in new King...

Teacher attempts to save JFK in new King novel

11/15/11 07:00PM

Author Stephen King's latest novel "11/22/63" wonders how the country (and the world) would be different had John F. Kennedy not been assassinated in Dallas. In the novel, an English teacher travels back in time in an attempt to prevent Kennedy's death. watch

Matthews: You can't build a government on...

Matthews: You can't build a government on anger

11/15/11 07:00PM

MSNBC's Chris Matthews and the Nation's Katrina vanden Heuvel join Morning Joe to discuss the failings of the current 2012 GOP presidential field and the Republican Party at large, Chris Christie's approval numbers, and reports that Freddie Mac paid... watch

Have politics changed for women since '08?

Have politics changed for women since '08?

11/15/11 07:00PM

More Magazine's Leslie Jane Seymour and author Rebecca Traister believe each time a woman runs for president in the U.S., it becomes easier for the public to judge a female candidate not for her sex but for her beliefs and policy ideas. Seymour and... watch

Where have the 'conservative intellectuals...

Where have the 'conservative intellectuals' gone?

11/15/11 07:00PM

Must Read Op-Eds: Mika Brzezinski reads from a Kathleen Parker Washington Post column which wonders when the GOP '12 presidential field will actually get serious. Brzezinski also reads from a Paul Begala Newsweek column wondering "[W]hatever happened... watch

Sens. Rubio, Coons introduce bipartisan...

Sens. Rubio, Coons introduce bipartisan jobs bill

11/15/11 07:00PM

Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., and Sen. Chris Coons, D-Del., announced a bipartisan bill on job creation Tuesday, and one of the facets of the bill is to bring more tax credits to businesses. Sens. Rubio and Coons join Morning Joe to discuss the bill and... watch

Tina Brown: Mistake to think OWS will go away

Tina Brown: Mistake to think OWS will go away

11/15/11 07:00PM

Donny Deutsch believes the Occupy Wall Street protesters have "missed their window" while Newsweek's Tina Brown wonders if the movement's recent eviction from Manhattan's Zuccotti Park may give them more energy. watch

How to tell a book tour from an actual...

How to tell a book tour from an actual campaign

11/15/11 07:00PM

Top Talkers: The Iowa caucuses are less than six weeks away, and a new Bloomberg poll shows a statistical tie in the state's primary with Herman Cain at 20 percent, Ron Paul at 19 percent, and Mitt Romney at 18 percent. The Morning Joe panel –... watch

Costas on Sandusky interview: He agreed to talk last minute

11/15/11 01:01PM

Willie Geist: “ the attorney’s idea…or did Jerry want to come on the air?”Costas: “I can’t say for sure whether they had conferred about it. Amendola, I think, spoke to Jerry…just a few minutes before, got his ok, and then came back and said ‘We’ll do it’, so we pivoted and made it an interview with Sandusky. read more

Morning Headlines: Tuesday, Nov. 15th

11/15/11 05:50AM

Here's a look at the stories we're following right now. What are you reading this morning?Scores arrested as police clear NYC Occupy campSandusky says he's innocent of all charges, but admits he horsed around with boysCain stumbles on Libya questionNewt Gingrich, rising in polls, isn't at all surprisedRep. read more

Illinois gov.: I support Obama on health care

Illinois gov.: I support Obama on health care

11/14/11 07:00PM

Earlier this year, the state of Illinois received federal stimulus money for a high-speed rail line. Gov. Pat Quinn, D-Ill., joins Morning Joe to discuss building the line, unemployment in the state, raising taxes, and the Supreme Court's plans to hear... watch


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