Actor Orlando Bloom talks about his Broadway debut in Romeo and Juliet.
Authors Robin Morgan and Ariel Leve discuss their new book '1963: The Year of the Revolution,' which looks at the rise of the Youth Quake movement.
Jeff Greenfield shares details from his book, If Kennedy Lived, and talks about what could have been for JFK.
Peter Baker talks about his book, Days of Fire: Bush and Cheney in the White House. He calls the relationship between the duo, one that drifted apart.
Professor and writer Charles Gati is the author of 'Zbig: The Strategy and Stagecraft of Zbigniew Brzezinski,' and he joins Morning Joe to discuss. Andrea Mitchell also joins the conversation.
Reporter and writer Ben Austen wrote a cover story for the NYT Magazine on Chicago's foreclosure crisis, with a particular focus on guerrilla groups that are moving people into the city's abandoned homes.
U.S. Army veteran Wes Moore talks with Morning Joe?s Louis Burgdorf. (8/16/11)
Monocle's Tyler Brule joins Morning Joe to discuss a recent Financial Times piece. (8/16/11)
Top talker: Thirteen public schools in New York City will allow fourteen-year-old high school girls to obtain Plan B without parental consent. MSNBC s Mike Barnicle explains how getting pregnant at fourteen is a double death sentence for some teenagers and that Mayor Michael Bloomberg is right in pushing this law.
Mika Brzezinski, co-host of MSNBC's MORNING JOE, joins Chris Harrison in the Hollywood 411 studio to talk about her published memoir, All Things At Once. It is part advice & part cautionary tale about marrying young and having a career. Plus, find out how she makes it work as a busy mom.
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