Legislators will head out of town with budget issues looming and the end of the fiscal year fast approaching. Rep. Scott Rigell and Sen. Mark Warner join Andrea Mitchell Reports to explain they want Congress to forgo their recess and meet some deadlines instead.
Melissa Harris-Perry reports on the latest developments in the gift-giving scandal in which Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell has been mired, with the governor now promising the return the Rolex watch he received, and casting blame on his wife for organizing events at the executive mansion
The Washington Post is reporting that Virginia first lady Maureen McDonnell purchased nearly $10,000 in clothing with money that came from her husband's PAC, which is legal under Virginia's campaign finance laws. The Associated Press' Bob Lewis joins Morning Joe to discuss the story.
Top Talkers: At least 72 demonstrators were killed over the weekend in Egypt during protests, the New York Times is reporting. The incident marks one of the deadliest attacks by the country's security services since 2011, and the Morning Joe panel discusses the attacks and the Obama administration's
Luke Russert talks with Rep. Scott Rigell, R-Va., about his suggestion that Congress should stay in session through August.
Virginia grocery store managers wrangles rattlesnake before it enters the building. WSLS's Karen McNew reports.
Rachel Maddow reports on the spiraling scandal of San Diego mayor Bob Filner, the fumbling avoidance of accountability of Virginia governor Bob McDonnell, and serial dissembler, New York City mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner, and laments the damage these public servants are doing to what it means to
A man wearing a U.S. flag necktie stands in line to talk to prospective employers at the National Capital Region Job Fair sponsored by Virginia Tech University at their branch campus in Falls Church, Virginia, March 10, 2009. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
A Ford Mustang Cobra sits on display at the Koons Ford dealership in Fairfax, Virginia, July 24, 2013. Ford Motor Co, maker of the top-selling F-150 pickup truck, reported a better-than-expected second-quarter profit on Wednesday, buoyed by truck sales, higher vehicle prices and stronger results out
New Ford vehicles occupy the lot at Koons Ford dealership in Fairfax, Virginia, July 24, 2013. Ford Motor Co, maker of the top-selling F-150 pickup truck, reported a better-than-expected second-quarter profit on Wednesday, buoyed by truck sales, higher vehicle prices and stronger results outside the
Expelled African National Congress Youth League leader Julius Malema looks on as he addresses mineworkers in the small mining town of Virginia in the Free State province, October 9, 2012. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings