MSNBC's Chris Jansing talks to the Chair of the College Republicans National Committee, Alex Smith about how the new GOP will try to appeal to a younger, more diverse voter base.
In this extended interview, Gary Vogler, discusses the moment he realized there were no W.M.D in Iraq.
It s a new flashpoint in partisan politics with a GOP congressman cutting the mic of Democrat during a committee hearing investigating the IRS. Was anything really accomplished and how does the average American view showdowns like this?
Morning Papers: Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough read from the day's headlines, which include updates on the Oscar Pistorius murder trial and a dramatic rescue in Daytona Beach, Fla. involving a mother who drove into the Atlantic Ocean with her children.
Madeleine Albright joins Andrea Mitchell Reports to discuss the situation in Ukraine and says that being part of Europe doesn t mean Ukraine is being anti-Russia. Albright also says if Russia continues their actions and Crimea decides to use military force the Russian president will isolate himself from other countries in Europe.
The Arkansas House finally passed the Medicaid funding bill after a two-week-long standoff.
In this extended interview, Ron Suskind, author of The Price of Loyalty, discusses Vice President Dick Cheney s Energy Task Force.
Rep. Mike Rogers talks about the move of Russian troops into Crimea, saying there were indicators that the Russians were ramping up. Rogers talks about the review into the information the intelligence community received and whether they missed an item on the current situation between Russia and Ukraine.
Author James Patterson joins Morning Joe to discuss his writing career and why he started a $1M donation campaign to keep American bookstores in business.
NBC News Luke Russert and MSNBC s Steve Kornacki discuss the details of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie s remarks at CPAC on Thursday.
Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker explains how the world is coming together economically, saying what the Russians are doing is unacceptable in Ukraine. Pritzker also explains how the U.S. and the rest of the world can help Ukraine if Russia cuts off their natural gas supply. She also talks about her trade mission with the Middle East to strengthen U.S. relations with the area.
Crimean Parliament voted to be a part of Russia. But exactly who are the people behind the pro-Russia protests?
MSNBC's Ari Melber discusses the voting rights restrictions that have begun to affect countless voters in Texas.
Silicon Valley entrepreneur Ben Horowitz joins Morning Joe to discuss his new book 'The Hard Thing about the Hard Things' as well as his interview in Fortune Magazine.
National Council of La Raza's Janet Murguia joins to discuss President Obama's push for more Latin-Americans to enroll in Obamacare.
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