Mika Brzezinski looks back at the difficult few months for Malaysia Airlines.
Top Talkers: NBC News' Jim Miklaszewski reports on the latest details involving the downed Malaysia Airlines Flight 17.
Mika Brzezinski, Nicolle Wallace and Thomas Roberts tell us what they learned today.
Morning Papers: Could Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel be in trouble if he runs for re-election? Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl returns to active duty. Women can become bishops in the Church of England and 67 giant snail were seized from LAX in July.
Celeb chef Rachael Ray and Thomas Roberts really go wild on Friday when both try some samplings from her Nutrish-line cat food.
In Maryland, some employers are requiring a urine test for nicotine use for job applicants. The Morning Joe panel discusses.
Morning Joe regular Donny Deutsch joins Morning Joe to discuss how GM, President Obama's foreign policy team and Hillary Clinton can turn their brands around.
Chicago saw a violent Fourth of July weekend with at least 60 people shot and at least 11 people killed by Monday morning. All of the fatalities were black or Hispanic men under the age of 35.
Top Talkers: Israel says it has hit more than 15 Hamas targets overnight in a wave of attacks in the region that has swept the area since three Israeli teens and one Palestinian teen were found killed. Ayman Mohyeldin reports.
Travel + Leisure s Nancy Novogrod joins Morning Joe for the annual World's Best Awards, which asks readers to rate everything from hotels to cruises.
What Did We Learn: Willie Geist helps say goodbye to page Amanda Orley on her last day.
Morning Papers: One person has died after a chemical blast at a GM plant in Indiana; 12 are hurt in Philadelphia after a food truck explodes, and the U.S. Navy has named the first female four-star admiral in its history.
Goalkeeper for the U.S. national soccer team, Tim Howard, joins Morning Joe to discuss his team's World Cup Tuesday match against Belgium, which found the U.S. losing 2-1. ESPN's Roger Bennett also joins the conversation.
Author Claudio Fernandez-Araoz joins Morning Joe to discuss his new book 'It's Not the How or the What but the Who.'
There is a clear divide between Democrats and Republicans on Capitol Hill on whether the IRS targeting of conservatives deserves additional investigations, but what do the average Americans think? Derrick Kitts discusses.
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