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More people are working during vacation

Vacations are a great time to unwind, but that's not the case for everyone. Full story

Nice timing, Congressman Sanford

   Mark Sanford made his political comeback with an awkwardly timed interview.

Very Last Word: Escaping the Washington bouillabaisse

   On Thursday's Very Last Word, MSNBC's Steve Kornacki discussed Elizabeth Colbert Busch's mention of Mark Sanford's "Appalachian Trail" trail. And Lawrence O'Donnell spoke with Jonathan Capehart about what happens to Washington during the White House Correspondents' Dinner weekend.

Top Links: Mark Sanford’s new ‘trespassing’ scandal has conservatives groaning and Tweeters joking

The Appalachian Trail just took a weird turn in the Mark Sanford saga — to the possible benefit of his Democratic opponent, Elizabeth Colbert Busch. Full story

How Twitter shapes comedian Lizz Winstead's material

   In this week's "Office Politics," MSNBC’s Alex Witt interviews co-creator of the “Daily Show,” Lizz Winstead. They discuss satirical writing, Winstead’s Twitter obsession, and her take on former South Carolina Governor, Mark Sanford.

Mark Sanford: I had a 'ping-pong' match in my gut before entering race

   Fmr. Gov. Mark Sanford, R-S.C., joins Morning Joe the day after winning the GOP runoff election in South Carolina for his old House seat. Sanford will continue on to challenge Democratic opponent Elizabeth Colbert Busch in a special election held on May 7. Sanford joins Morning Joe to discuss his Tu

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Very Last Word: Mississippi 148 years late on 13th Amendment


  Very Last Word: The heart wants what the heart wants

Lawrence O'Donnell discussed the "horror" of Mississippi ratifying the 13th amendment, which outlaws slavery, 137 year after its passage. Also, Ryan Grim measured up former South Carolina governor Mark Sanford's handling of the Appalachian Trail scandal.

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