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Obama signs VA overhaul bill into law

Obama signs VA overhaul bill into law

08/08/14 06:25AM

Morning Papers: President Obama signs a VA bill expanding medical access; a toddler squeezed through the White House gate on Thursday; a teen is facing life in prison for pot brownies; a man gets a $21k settlement in buckets of coins and Anthony Weiner is watch

Alexander's win and death of the tea party

Alexander's win and death of the tea party

08/08/14 06:10AM

Top Talkers: Sen. Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn. beat back his tea party challenger State Representative Joe Carr in the state's Thursday primary. So, is this further proof of the death of the once formidable tea party? And, Roll Call notes the most... watch

Can moderates take over in Gaza?

Can moderates take over in Gaza?

08/08/14 06:07AM

Top Talkers: The 72-hour truce between Israel and Hamas expired with rockets fired at Israel. The Morning Joe panel discusses how the time is now for Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu to negotiate with moderate Palestinians. watch

Joe: With ISIS, Obama had little choice

Joe: With ISIS, Obama had little choice

08/08/14 06:01AM

Top Talkers: President Obama has authorized limited airstrikes in Iraq with the intent of pushing back Islamist militants. The president also authorized military aircraft to drop food and water to Iraqis trapped in the northern portion of the country. The watch

Clinton gives career advice

Clinton gives career advice

08/07/14 08:25AM

Cindi Leive hares details from Hillary Clinton’s interview with Glamour magazine. Clinton gave career advice to women on how to overcome obstacles at work. watch

Obama to crack down on tax inversions

Obama to crack down on tax inversions

08/07/14 08:01AM

Cokie Roberts joins the Morning Joe panel to discuss President Obama’s vow to change the corporate tax rates with or without the help of Congress. The panel then talks about a potential 2016 matchup between Hillary Clinton and Chris Christie, the pro-Warr watch

'Longest and deadliest' Ebola outbreak

'Longest and deadliest' Ebola outbreak

08/07/14 07:32AM

In response to the growing concern, the CDC has issued the highest possible alert level for Ebola. NBC News' Dr. Nancy Snyderman reports on the latest efforts to treat two U.S. aid workers and to contain the virus. watch

How Jack Lew is looking to stop inversions

How Jack Lew is looking to stop inversions

08/07/14 07:22AM

"The law says if you make money in the United States, you have to pay taxes in the United States," says Chairman of the Council of Economic Adviser, Jason Furman, regarding U.S. corporations hoping to move overseas. watch

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