Harsh words between Congressman Rand Paul and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie show deep divisions within the GOP about national security and federal spending and have many wondering if their barbs are a preview of 2016. NBC’s Peter Alexander reports.
An appeals court ruled on Tuesday that the New York City Board of Health acted unconstitutionally in trying to limit the size of soft drinks. NYC Mayor Bloomberg vows to continue fighting for the ban. The Morning Joe panel discusses.
The Atlantic’s Molly Ball, The Washington Examiner’s David Drucker and the Wise Latina Club’s Viviana Hurtado join The Daily Rundown to talk about Anthony Weiner’s persistence to stay in the New York mayoral race. The panel also discusses the rift between Republicans Sen. Rand Paul and Gov. Chris Ch
In an interview published in The Washington Post, Mitt Romney looks back at the 2012 campaign and his remark about the '47 percent.' He insists that his words were taken out of context. MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell has more in his rewrite.
David Brock of Media Matters and Joy Reid of theGrio.com discuss the new report that Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity might be losing their radio contracts with Cumulus Media.
As a verdict becomes more imminent in the military trial of Bradley Manning, the army private who is accused of giving 700,000 documents to Wikileaks, questions turn to the possible repercussions from the verdict. David Sirota from Salon and artist and activist Clark Stoeckley discuss with MSNBC’s A
NBC's David Gregory and a Meet the Press roundtable reflect on the legacy of executive producer Betsy Fischer and the evolution of Meet the Press under her leadership.
Republican U.S. Sen. Scott Brown, left, answers a question during a debate against Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren, center, sponsored by the Boston Herald at the University of Massachusetts in Lowell, Mass., Monday, Oct. 1, 2012. At right is moderator David Gregory. (AP Photo/The Boston Hera