The Bureau of Labor Statistics stunned Friday morning with news that 236,000 jobs were added in February, marking the biggest number since November and outshining predictions by about 80,000. Unemployment hit its lowest rate in four years, falling to 7.7%.
We'll discuss with New York Democratic Congressman Steve Israel, Washington Post political reporter Nia-Malika Henderson and Washington Examiner Chief Congressional Correspondent Susan Ferrechio.
We're taking a close look at the role social issues like marriage equality and abortion will play in the 2016 presidential election with msnbc contributor and former adviser to President Bush Robert Traynham and democratic strategist and president of American Bridge 21st Century Rodell Mollineau.
Plus, be sure not to miss Chris' conversation with Newark, New Jersey Mayor Corey Booker.