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President Joe Biden's State of the Union address focused on competition instead of conflict with China, a relief after the surveillance balloon incident.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez reacts to President Biden's State of the Union address and discusses how right-wing Republicans are being "embraced and uplifted as the center of the Republican Party."
Arkansas Governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders delivered the Republican response to President Biden's State of the Union address and criticized the president and Democrats over the economy and "culture war."
President Biden called on Congress to raise the debt ceiling and warned that some Republican lawmakers wanted to "take the economy hostage." The president also drew criticism from Republicans when he claimed some wanted cuts to Social Security and Medicare.
Rachel Maddow and an MSNBC panel look at silent video of Senator Mitt Romney and Rep. George Santos having what appears to be a less-than-friendly exchange ahead of the State of the Union Address.
Mark Pomerantz's new book criticizes Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg, but it also raises questions about the feds' role in Trump evading justice.
Internet influencer Andrew Tate has amassed a growing following of school-aged boys to his misogynistic school of violent, anti-feminist thinking.
Former White House Press Secretary under President Biden Jen Psaki, former Deputy Senior Advisor to President Obama Stephanie Cutter, and former White House Press Secretary under President Obama Robert Gibbs join Andrea Mitchell to share their experiences working on past State of the Unions and to weigh in on what President Biden should do to have a...
In October 2019, then-First Lady Melania Trump watched the U.S. raid that led to the death of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, according to a new book. The Morning Joe panel discusses.
The late Toni Morrison’s works have been banned by conservatives across the U.S. for decades. Her famed speech “Unspeakable Things Unspoken” explains why.
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