In the first 200 years of the republic, just three presidents survived more than two decades after leaving office: John Adams, Martin Van Buren and Herbert Hoover. The odds for ex-presidents have improved considerably since then. Full story
Time's Rick Stengel joins Morning Joe to reveal the magazine's latest issue, which looks at the questions the country faces after the George Zimmerman verdict. Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter and author Maya Angelou contribute essays on the subject. The issue also looks at the power of the bilingu
MSNBC’s Craig Melvin takes a “Flashback” to former President Jimmy Carter’s historic visit to Cuba and the 1932 discovery of the Lindbergh baby.
MSNBC's Chris Matthews joins The Daily Rundown to discuss the five presidents visiting Texas for the Bush Library dedication and Barbara Bush’s comments on Jeb Bush running for president.
Secretary of State John Kerry shares his thoughts on the situation with North Korea, saying the “U.S. is willing to talk but under the right circumstances.” Kerry also comments on the death of U.S. diplomat Anne Smedinghoff, saying her death wasn’t in vain and “people should celebrate her life.”
Time's Michael Duffy and Nancy Gibbs join Morning Joe to discuss the paperback edition of their book "The Presidents Club," their favorite presidents, and why most presidents learn as they go.
Brigadier General Margaret A. Brewer, the first woman to reach the rank of general in the Marine Corps, has been laid to rest in a military service. Born in Durand, Michigan in 1930, Brewer became a Marine second lieutenant in 1952. She was appointed brigadier general by President Jimmy Carter in 19
Israeli Prime Minister Menahem Begin, right, talks with with Egyptian President Anwar Sadat and U.S. President Jimmy Carter during their peace talks on Sept. 6, 1978 at Camp David.
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter gestures before delivering a speech at a hotel in Yangon April 5, 2013. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
REFILE - CORRECTING PICTURE SLUGFormer U.S. President Jimmy Carter speaks during an interview with Reuters in Kathmandu in this file photo taken April 1, 2013. Carter is traveling to North Korea on a private trip, the White House said on Monday, commenting on reports that Carter was going to the r