Morning Joe's own Louis Burgdorf travels to Manhattan restaurant, Nobu, to speak with its owner Nobu Matsuhisa as the restaurant approaches its 20th anniversary.
If you missed Morning Joe this morning, you missed a lot.
Fashion guru Andre Leon Talley discusses the hottest looks at NYFW and who are his fashion favorites.
Morning Joe says goodbye producer Jon Tower, one of its longest-running and treasured family members. Tower is moving on to do great things and we will miss him.
CEO of Cue Ball and and Co-founder of MiniLuxe Tony Tjan joins Louis in the greenroom and shares his vision and ideas for the ever-changing industry of nail salons. It's bigger than you think!
Morning Joe's Thomas Roberts travels out to Yankee Stadium to visit with Billy Bean, who has been hired by the MLB as Ambassador for Inclusion. Bean left baseball in 1995 before he could come out.
Morning Joe heads to Spotify HQ in Manhattan to find out the music streaming service's humble beginnings, how it's grown since, what college kids are listening to, the top songs and Joe Scarborough even gets up and performs with the Spotify house band.
Drs. Zeke Emanuel and Rajiv Shah join Morning Joe to discuss the death of Dallas Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan as well as U.S. and international response to the virus.
Morning Joe traveled to the Spotify offices to hear country rock singer Sam Hunt.
Arkansas Senate candidate Tom Cotton tells MSNBC s Kasie Hunt that Mark Pryor s silly ad about Ebola was not serious, and that he thinks the president should take the disease threat more seriously. Pryor tells Hunt, I don t know if I can say we ve been aggressive enough.
MSNBC's Kasie Hunt talks with GOP Arkansas Rep. Tom Cotton about an ad his challenger, Sen. Mark Pryor, ran against him regarding Cotton's vote on pandemic response.
If you missed Morning Joe on Monday, Oct. 6, you missed a lot.
Joe, Mika and Thomas share what they learned for Friday, October 3.
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