Pastor Rick Warren joins Morning Joe to talk about Nelson Mandela s place in history and his willingness to fight the system. Warren also discusses how Mandela s faith play an important role in his leadership.
Former Secretary of State James Baker honors the legacy of Nelson Mandela, saying he was a man of endearing and enduring dignity.
In November, 200,000 jobs were added and the unemployment rate fell to 7.0%. Brian Shactman reports and a MJ panel discusses.
Colin Powell remembers the late South African president saying Nelson Mandela freed white people as well as black people and put the country on a path to a better future.
Politico Playbook: 'The National Republican Congressional Committee wants to make sure there are no Todd Akin-style gaffes next year, so they're meeting with top aides to sitting Republicans to teach them what to say - or not to say - on the trail, especially when their boss is running against a woman,' write Politico's John Bresnahan and Anna Palmer. Mike Allen discusses.
Pastor Rick Warren explains why he joined forces with Dr. Daniel Amen and Dr. Mark Hyman to encourage people in his congregation to reshape their minds and bodies using The Daniel Plan.
Support from young people for the Affordable Care Act appears to be waning with just 38 percent approving, a new Harvard poll shows. Chris Matthews joins Morning Joe to discuss President Obama, the Affordable Care Act and his upcoming Thursday interview with the president.
Carl Icahn, the richest man on Wall Street, is hoping Apple will let go of some of its cash stockpile, and Time Magazine sits down with Icahn to discuss his quest. Time's Michael Duffy joins Morning Joe to discuss the interview exclusive.
President Obama continues to make the case for why young people should sign up for Obamacare. Chris Altchek and Jake Horowitz of PolicyMic are inviting young people to share their ideas on the ACA through a new competition. Both join Morning Joe to discuss.
Top Talkers: Did Toronto Mayor Rob Ford try to buy a video allegedly showing him smoking crack? New police documents shed light on the latest in the embattled mayor's saga.
The Economist's Daniel Franklin joins Morning Joe to discuss the 'World in 2014' issue. What is the magazine predicting? The West's economic comeback, the first space flight and modest growth for the music industry.
Top Talkers: President Obama tackled the issue of income inequality during a Wednesday speech, citing its impact on social mobility and the middle class. Katty Kay, Mike Barnicle and Sam Stein discuss the speech and a nationwide fast food strike set for Thursday.
Top Talkers: President Obama launched a new effort Tuesday to refocus the national discussion of Obamacare, saying he will fight the rest of his presidency to make the law work, if he must. The president also invited ideas to help improve the law. The panel discusses.
President Obama launched a new effort Tuesday to refocus the national discussion of Obamacare, saying he will fight the rest of his presidency to make the law work, if he must. Jon Meacham and Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel join a discussion about ACA improvements and the president's trust of his inner circle.
Politico Playbook: 'For months [Scott Brown] has toyed with a run for Senate in New Hampshire, writes Politico's James Hohmann. Mike Allen joins Morning Joe to discuss if and when he'll make an announcement.