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    Biden is breaking through the typical Washington gridlock

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  • Joe: Growing cast of characters that could be Trump world informant

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  • Metallica, Mariah Carey, Usher set for 2022 Global Citizen Festival

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  • Multi-platinum Imagine Dragons stand in support of Ukraine

    06:24
  • White House not directing DOJ investigation in 'any way,' says adviser

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  • The state level is the 'front line' for attacks on democracy, says author

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  • Flash flooding overwhelms Northeast Washington

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  • Steve Rattner: Modest good news in new inflation numbers

    06:42
  • David Ignatius: 'A classic picture of the walls closing in'

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  • Explosions rock air base in Russian-occupied Crimea

    08:31
  • How election-denying candidates pose a threat to democracy

    08:11
  • Midterm contests take shape after key primaries

    09:43
  • Most Latino voters say despite beliefs, banning abortion is wrong, polling shows

    04:16
  • Charlie Sykes: From McCarthy on down, GOP trying to delegitimize the investigation

    06:07
  • Airlines need to meet the obligations of their customers, says transportation secretary

    08:19
  • Joe: This guy is driving Republicans over the cliff, when will they ever learn?

    07:27
  • Joe: Trump can release the warrant; He should release the warrant

    08:29
  • Competing Trump, Pence-endorsed candidates on ballot in Wisconsin

    07:12
  • Does Mar-a-Lago mark the first of other searches to come?

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What it's like to live on $1.50 a day

07:42

The Global Poverty Project's Hugh Evans and the World Food Program USA's Hunter Biden join Morning Joe to discuss the "Live Below the Line" campaign, which raises awareness on extreme poverty.