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.
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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