Top Talkers: A woman was taken into federal custody on Thursday after she threw a shoe at former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Clinton was speaking during and Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries meeting. Also, Democrats are hanging tough in key Senate races.
Boz and Aram Tchividjian and Jerushah Armfield are the grandchildren of the Rev. Billy Graham and they are also the co-authors of the new book 'Thank You, Billy Graham.' They join Morning Joe to discuss the life and legacy of their influential grandfather.
Former Gov. Jeb Bush, R-Fla., isn't shying away from his recent comments on illegal immigration. Bush doubled down on the comments Thursday night in Connecticut, urging sensitivity to the immigrant experience.
Top Talkers: It's official: Stephen Colbert is headed over to CBS next year to take over for David Letterman. The Morning Joe panel looks at Colbert's career and why some conservative pundits aren't happy with the announcement.
Morning Papers: At least 9 people were killed Thursday in Northern California when a tour bus carrying high school students collided with a FedEx truck.
It's official: Stephen Colbert is headed over to CBS next year to take over for David Letterman. The Morning Joe panel discusses the big entertainment news. Gillian Tett and David Gregory discuss.
Top Talkers: Even though Obamacare enrollment numbers have exceeded the Obama administration's hopes of seven million, Health and Human Services Director Kathleen Sebelius is stepping down from her post. Sources say she was not forced from the job. The Morning Joe panel discusses.
Politico Playbook: Scott Brown made his bid for the Senate official in New Hampshire on Thursday, and Politico's Mike Allen discusses.
Parade's Maggie Murphy joins Morning Joe to discuss the annual 'What People Earn' issue. Guess which pop star rakes in $76.5 million.
Democrats facing tough races in the coming midterms are holding on, and the Morning Joe panel looks at races in Arkansas, Louisiana and Alaska. Sen. Chris Murphy, D-Ct., joins the show to discuss.
Mika Brzezinski, Joe Scarborough, Thomas Roberts, John Heilemann and Mark Halperin discuss what they learned today.
The Latino vote could deliver a Republican to the White House in 2016, so does that mean Jeb Bush will be their candidate? Derrick Kitts takes a look.
Original KISS band member Paul Stanley joins Morning Joe to discuss the band s induction into the Hall of Fame and his book, Facing the Music.
The Ukrainian government is vowing to remove pro-Russian separatists from administration buildings in the eastern part of the country. The Morning Joe panel discusses.
The New York Times' Peter Lattman joins Morning Joe to discuss David Letterman's departure from the 'Late Show' and Colbert's plans to take over.
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