Pitchfork founder Ryan Schreiber joins Morning Joe to count down the best albums and the best tracks of the decade thus far.
The Morning Joe crew shares what they learned on Thursday, August 14, 2014.
Top Talkers: Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and the president met Wednesday for the first time since Clinton publicly criticized the president over his foreign policy. The Morning Joe panel discusses the few months Clinton has had since her book release, her public reputation and her possible future plans.
Parts of New York received record rainfall this week after more than 13 inches fell within 24 hours. NBC News' meteorologist Bill Karins has updates.
'Mad Men' creator Matthew Weiner joins Morning Joe to talk about the acclaimed show's final season and about his new film 'Are You Here,' featuring Owen Wilson and Zach Galifianakis.
Top Talkers: Two reporters were briefly arrested Wednesday while covering the protests in Ferguson, Mo., highlighting how police have been responding to recent events. The Morning Joe panel discusses the police response.
Mark Halperin, Katty Kay, Thomas Roberts, Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski share what they learned for Tuesday, August 12.
NBC News' Kasie Hunt talks with former Alaska Attorney General Dan Sullivan and Lt. Gov Mead Treadwell about if they would support the Violence Against Women Act.
NASCAR driver Danica Patrick joins Morning Joe to discuss being a female in a largely male-dominated sport and her new line of sunglasses.
The Cleveland Clinic's Dr. Toby Cosgrove joins Morning Joe to discuss the transfer of an American doctor from Africa back to the U.S. for treatment of Ebola. NBC News' Kate Snow also discusses. Dr. Cosgrove also discusses a new report on autism.
Adviser to Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu, Dr. Dore Gold, joins Morning Joe to discuss an Israeli missile killed 10 people at a U.N. school, why Israel does not attack U.N. facilities or civilians and possible control of the Rafah crossing by the Palestinian Authority.
Chadwick Boseman talks about his role as the 'Godfather of Soul,' in the upcoming biopic, 'Get On Up.'
If the 2012 presidential election were held today, 53 percent of the country would be in favor of placing Mitt Romney in the White House, a new CNN/ORC poll finds. However, Hillary Clinton would also defeat Romney in a match up. The Morning Joe panel.
Mark Regev, spokesman for Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu, joins Morning Joe to discuss the FAA's recent ban on flights to Israel, why Hamas is the biggest challenge to diplomacy,
Mika Brzezinski looks back at the difficult few months for Malaysia Airlines.
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