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New-look Buffalo Bills seek to end losing ways

BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) New general manager. New coach. New quarterback. These are certainly not the same old Buffalo Bills after newly promoted team president Russ Brandon delivered on his New Year's Day vow to transform a team whose relevancy he described as "tarnished." The famili... Full story

Chronology: Key economic moments in Rousseff's presidency

(Reuters) - Brazil's left-leaning President Dilma Rousseff has had a mixed relationship with the private sector since she took office on New Year's Day in 2011, with an economy that has struggled after a boom last decade. Full story

Scarborough: Sandy relief a 'strange place' for Congress to draw line in sand

   Relief aid for Hurricane Sandy was placed on the backburner during the last-minute New Year's Day fiscal cliff negotiations, much to the dismay of several GOP lawmakers. Everyone from N.J. Gov. Chris Christie to Rep. Pete King of New York has been criticial of the move. The Morning Joe panel -- Fort

Scarborough: GOP a party without any viable leadership

   Top Talkers: The Morning Joe panel – including Time's Mark Halperin, New York Magazine's John Heilemann and CNBC's Jim Cramer – discusses the House's late New Year's Day vote in favor of passing a measure to avert the fiscal cliff and Grover Norquist's response to the vote.

Sandy stumble: GOP dissension after no vote on aid

   The NOW panel discusses the recent fallout from top GOP lawmakers over relief aid for Superstorm Sandy victims. On New Year's Day, House Speaker Boehner stopped a vote on $60B in relief, and Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey and Rep. Pete King of New York criticized the move.

Van Hollen: GOP so dug in on no revenue, we couldn't get a balanced package

   Rep. Chris Van Hollen, D-Md., joins Morning Joe to discuss the last-minute agreement reached by the House on New Year's Day. The New Yorker's John Cassidy also joins the conversation.

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  Government by deadline: Discussing the House's late-night move

Top Talkers: The Morning Joe panel – including the Huffington Post's Sam Stein, Time's Mark Halperin, the Council on Foreign Relations' Richard Haass and Dan Senor – discusses the House's late New Year's Day vote in favor of passing a measure to avert the fiscal cliff.

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