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Bloomberg: Immigrants key to a city's health

Bloomberg: Immigrants key to a city's health

08/07/11 08:00PM

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg joins Morning Joe to discuss a new infrastructure report he co-authored with Fmr. Gov. Ed Rendell, D-Pa., on how the U.S. has fallen behind and what it needs to do to recover. Bloomberg also discusses his $130M... watch

Moore: Afghan crash personal and personnel...

Moore: Afghan crash personal and personnel tragedy

08/07/11 08:00PM

Must Read Op-Eds: Mika Brzezinski reads from a Juliette Kayyem Boston Globe column on a CH-47 Chinook helicopter crash in Afghanistan. 31 U.S. troops died over the weekend after insurgents shot down the helicopter. Brzezinski also reads from a Maureen... watch

Ezra Klein: We need at least 120,000 jobs created

08/05/11 02:32PM

Ezra Klein, The Washington Post, just before the release of the July jobs report: “If it’s 75 or 90,000, it means we’re exactly where we expected. Remember, we need about 120,000 to keep up with population. So if you get less than 120K, forget digging out of where we’re going, we’re actually backsliding. So unless we’re beginning to see numbers like 200K, 300K, even 400K up on the board, we’re not recovering yet. And if we’re not recovering yet, then at some point the White House and Congress need to admit that we have gotten this wrong.” read more

Morning Headlines: Friday, August 5th

08/05/11 05:50AM

Here's a look at the stories we're following right now. What are you reading this morning?Stock prices plunge on 'general fear' | The WSJ says it's not time to panicThe Times thinks it may be time to say a double dip may be happeningNYT: Record 82 percent disapproval rate for CongressCompromise reached to end FAA shutdown, temporarilyWater on Mars?Polygamist leader guilty in child-rape case Gadhafi's son reportedly killed in Libya strikeDeath toll rises in SyriaTiger returnsMr. Bean gets into a car accident -- in his million dollar carPaul McCartney was also hacked? read more

Brokaw follows three families during Iraq War

Brokaw follows three families during Iraq War

08/04/11 08:00PM

NBC's Tom Brokaw joins Morning Joe to discuss his new "Dateline" special "The Road Back" that follows three families during the Iraq War. Brokaw followed an Iraqi family, an Iraqi-American family, and a young, staff sergeant. watch

Dow drops 512; is there a political solution?

Dow drops 512; is there a political solution?

08/04/11 08:00PM

Top Talkers: The Morning Joe panel – including the Washington Post's Ezra Klein, MSNBC's Rev. Al Sharpton, and Michael Steele – discusses the panic on Wall Street after the Dow fell 512 points in the steepest decline since 2008 and its ninth-sharpest... watch

Kerry: We are in danger of a double dip

Kerry: We are in danger of a double dip

08/04/11 08:00PM

Speaking before the release of the July job numbers, Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., says the country could be in danger of a double-dip recession and that the true problem that needs addressing in this country is the long-term structural debt and job creation. watch

Band plays at D.C.'s Fort Reno park

Washington City Paper immortalizes legendary park and music venue

08/04/11 02:08PM

Taking a few minutes out of today's bad economic news, FAA news, and scary campus news to share this with you.Summer is a season for outdoor events, and some of us here on the Mo' Joe blog are fans of outdoor events.The Washington City Paper undertook the mammoth task of creating an oral history of D.C.'s Fort Reno Park in Tenleytown.Specifically, the paper interviewed a whole lotta musicians and music fanatics about a long-standing outdoor concert series that stretches all the way back to the summer of 1968.And it's as thorough as it should be.As a music town, D.C. has a very proud history. read more

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