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New book goes inside Exxon Mobil

New book goes inside Exxon Mobil

05/01/12 08:00PM

Author Steve Coll joins Morning Joe to discuss his new book "Private Empire: ExxonMobil and American Power," which begins with the Exxon Valdez oil spill in 1989 and focuses on the company's former CEO Lee Raymond. watch

Rather looks back

Rather looks back

05/01/12 08:00PM

Dan Rather talks about his new memoir, "Rather Outspoken: My Life in the News," his experience at CBS News and the reason behind why he left the network. watch

Afghanistan, Rupert Murdoch, and is...

Afghanistan, Rupert Murdoch, and is America back?

05/01/12 08:00PM

What does the president's trip to Afghanistan and a new relationship with the country's President Hamid Karzai mean for both countries going forward? And is News Corp. head Rupert Murdoch unfit to lead his media company? U.S. Army veteran Wes Moore and... watch

Is the fight on for Mayor Bloomberg's...

Is the fight on for Mayor Bloomberg's endorsement?

05/01/12 08:00PM

Politico Playbook: Mitt Romney and Vice President Joe Biden are both hoping to get the endorsement of New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg. Politico's Mike Allen joins Morning Joe to discuss. The Morning Joe panel and Allen also wish Morning Joe... watch

An excerpt from Tom Coburn's new book "The Debt Bomb"

An excerpt from Tom Coburn's new book "The Debt Bomb"

05/01/12 01:46PM

America’s Ticking Debt BombThe following piece is excerpted and adapted from U.S. Senator Tom Coburn’s new book The Debt Bomb: A Bold Plan to Stop Washington from Bankrupting AmericaThe Senate Finance Committee gathered for a private session. The world economy seemed to be unraveling, unemployment was rampant, and our debt was already slowing... read more

Coburn: 'The problem is not gridlock' -- it's that the parties 'agree too much'

05/01/12 09:54AM

Morning Joe regular Sen. Tom Coburn joined the gang Tuesday and made the case that the problem in Washington isn’t that Democrats and Republicans can’t make a deal – it’s that they make too many.“The problem is not gridlock,” said Coburn, an Oklahoma Republican whose new book, “The Debt Bomb,” sounds the alarm about what he sees as the coming... read more

Must-Read Op-Eds for Tuesday, May 1, 2012

05/01/12 06:13AM

WHY PAUL RYAN'S REFORM CONSERVATISM DESERVES A CHANCEBY MICHAEL GERSONWASHINGTON POSTFor all its flaws, Ryan’s Reform Conservatism takes America’s largest problem seriously — while Obama does not. Obama’s response to the health entitlement crisis has been the creation of a new health entitlement that, according to Medicare trustee Charles... read more

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