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Morning Headlines: Thursday, April 26

04/26/12 05:48AM

Here's a look at the stories we're following right now. What are you reading this morning?Rubio’s Dream Act alternative a challenge for Obama’s realityWhite House approves expansion of drone campaign in YemenRupert Murdoch quizzed on phone-hacking scandalRomney urged to promote positive visionNewt's rocky road to redemptionObamas... read more

Republican presidential candidate, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich talks with students at Thomas Jefferson Classical Academy in Rutherford, N.C., on Wednesday, April 25, 2012 during his recent campaigning tour of North Carolina.

The Tease: Coming up on MJ

04/25/12 09:16PM

 The Republican presidential race says goodbye to Newt Gingrich, who announced that he'll end his candidacy next Tuesday. We'll reminisce about Newt's grandiose ideas - from establishing a moon colony to putting children to work as part-time school janitors. Cue obligatory Sarah McLachlan's "I Will Remember You"... read more

Previewing the NFL Draft

Previewing the NFL Draft

04/25/12 08:00PM

"Monday Night Football" analyst Jon Gruden joins Morning Joe to discuss the NFL Draft, which begins Thursday night in New York City at Radio City Music Hall. watch

Time explores the last days of Osama bin...

Time explores the last days of Osama bin Laden

04/25/12 08:00PM

How did Osama bin Laden spend his last days at a compound in Pakistan? The latest issue of Time Magazine reports on the days and weeks before his death in May of 2011. Time's Rick Stengel joins Morning Joe to discuss the story and reveal more in the... watch

Fighting a consumer mentality

Fighting a consumer mentality

04/25/12 08:00PM

Michael Sandel, author of “What Money Can’t Buy: The Moral Limits of Markets,” explains the needs for more “morally robust debates” in public life.  Sandel also shares his thoughts on society and monetary incentives as well as the growing role of... watch

Must-Read Op-Eds for Wednesday, April 25, 2012

04/25/12 11:01AM

BRUTALITY OF SERVILITYBY MAUREEN DOWDNEW YORK TIMESThe case is supposed to be about exceeding a $2,300 individual campaign contribution limit, quaint in light of Citizens United. But it’s really a set of intersecting love stories. Andrew, a caricature of calculated servility, loved his golden boy boss — “more than he loved Cheri,” his wife,... read more

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