Author and columnist Mike Lupica joins Morning Joe to discuss his new kid's book 'Fantasy League,' the controversies surrounding the NFL and the send-off for Derek Jeter.
Week in Review: Morning Joe looks back at the week of interviews with John Kerry, Susan Rice, Ray Kelly, Tony Blair and more.
Actress Michelle Monaghan joins Thomas Roberts to discuss her new film 'Fort Bliss,' which features her as a U.S. Army medic who returns from Afghanistan to find the relationship with her son isn't what it once was.
Author Nicholas Sparks and actress Lauren Ambrose join Morning Joe to discuss the new Lifetime film 'Deliverance Creek.'
Retired combat Marine Benjamin Busch joins Morning Joe to discuss returning to Iraq 10 years after being stationed there. Busch chronicled his trip in the latest issue of Harper's Magazine.
Is the Motor City roaring back to life? Joe Scarborough shares why he thinks it is.
Top Talkers: The CBS network has announced it will no longer be using a Rihanna song during its broadcast of Thursday night NFL games, seemingly as a response to the current controversies surrounding the league. The Morning Joe panel discusses.
Sen. Claire McCaskill and Steve Stoute weigh in on the controversy regarding CBS' decision to pull a Rihanna song from its Thursday evening football broadcast.
NBC News' Kasie Hunt joins Morning Joe from Iowa to discuss the 37th Harkin Steak Fry and whether or not Hillary Clinton made a convincing case for a possible run.
Top Talkers: The White House is pressing for a Capitol Hill vote on arming Syrian rebels in the fight against ISIS, and NBC News' Richard Engel reports on the latest details, including which Arab nations are signing on to help the U.S. fight ISIS.
Top Talkers: Ray Rice is expected to appeal his indefinite suspension and calls for NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to resign continue to grow. Mika Brzezinski also says that companies who sponsor the NFL need to pull out of supporting the league.
Top Talkers: Hillary Clinton made an appearance Sunday at the 37th Harkin Steak Fry in Indianola, Iowa, where she gave ambiguous mention to a possible presidential run in 2016. Joe Scarborough says that Clinton and Jeb Bush should stop being vague and just be open about their political intentions.
Author and former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger joins Morning Joe to discuss his new book 'World Order,' which looks at peace in a world of conflict and ideological extremism.
Legendary director Ken Burns joins Morning Joe to discuss his new documentary 'The Roosevelts,' which chronicles the lives of Theodore, Franklin and Eleanor.
Watch the complete interview between Judith Light and Dianne Randall, the executive secretary of The Friends Committee on National Legislation, who s advocating for peaceful measures overseas.
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