Lyndon Johnson, John F. Kennedy's running mate, appears on Meet the Press in 1960.
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The Secretary of State talks with David Gregory about the MH17 disaster, the future of U.S.-Russia relations, violence in Gaza and U.S. foreign policy.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, talks to David Gregory.
On September 11, 1983, Senator Bob Dole was a guest on Meet the Press and faced questions about what Congress should do in the aftermath of the Soviet Union’s shooting down of a Korean jet.
One day after announcing his candidacy for president in 1960, John F. Kennedy appears on Meet the Press.
JFK's first appearance on Meet the Press.
Andrea Mitchell, Ron Fournier, Jason Riley and Amy Walter talk where Democrats and Republicans stand at this point.
New CIA Director George H.W. Bush on Meet the Press in 1976.
Andrea Mitchell, Ron Fournier, Jason Riley and Amy Walter talk the challenges of American foreign policy.
In the civil rights movement, sit-ins emerge as a new, non-violent strategy to end segregation. On "Meet The Press," Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. says the strategy will also cause people to reevaluate the stereotypes they hold about African Americans.
The thought of a moon landing in 1963 was out of this world and on April 21 Col. John Glenn made the case for the daring mission on Meet the Press.
Best-selling author Michael Lewis explains the concept behind his new book and what kind of impact high-frequency trading has on investors and the stock market.
For this week s Meeting America, NBC News' Kevin Tibbles talks with vets in Killeen, Texas, home to Fort Hood. They have mixed opinions about new U.S. involvement in Iraq.
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