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    VP Harris slams Trump as 'architect of this health care crisis' 

    04:46
  • Joe calls out those 'knowingly voting for a fascist, voting for a racist'

    03:49
  • Michael Cohen will be witness at hush money trial, advisor confirms

    10:31
  • Mika Brzezinski honored at National Action Network convention

    03:24
  • 'I can't believe my ears': Garry Kasparov on GOP lawmakers repeating Russian propaganda

    08:41
  • What makes Biden's new message against Trump so powerful

    08:15
  • Joe: Trump campaign in meltdown mode after abortion statement

    07:21
  • Grammy and Oscar winner T Bone Burnett returns to spotlight with solo album

    08:00
  • 'His life is at risk': Lawmaker calls for release of jailed Russia critic

    07:24
  • Women-owned businesses fuel the economy but still receive less funding than men

    07:40
  • Pulitzer-winning photographer quits foundation after it snubs Liz Cheney

    07:15
  • ‘A disaster for women’: Arizona senator rips near-total abortion ban

    05:50
  • 'What freedom will you lose next?' Biden ad slams Trump over abortion ban

    00:48
  • Mika: Women in Arizona now won't have access to some life-saving health care

    12:06
  • Biden leads Trump, majority say hush money charges are serious

    06:55
  • 'Love, Your Mind' campaign promotes mental health awareness

    09:08
  • 'Sally and Tom' is a love letter to America and to theater, says playwright

    03:50
  • Ari Melber: It's going to be harder to pick the jury for hush money trial

    06:22
  • House member stresses need for humanitarian aid, getting hostages home

    05:45
  • Undecided focus group voters have big concerns with Biden and Trump

    11:45

Did Hillary Clinton shield advisor accused of sexual harassment?

12:44

The Morning Joe panel, along with Ruth Marcus of the Washington Post and author Joanne Lipman, discuss how Hillary Clinton allowed senior staffer accused of sexual misconduct to remain on 2008 campaign