It's tempting to say the Republican tax plan isn't working. The better question has long been, "For whom is the tax plan working?"
NBC’s Kristen Welker previews what is expected from the Capitol Hill appearance by White House Communications Director Hope Hicks.
Kate Spadaro, a high school senior with down syndrome and a basketball enthusiast caught the eye of the Harlem Globetrotters. So, the team sent one of their stars to pay a special visit to Kate's school in Camden, New Jersey.
Money Power Politics: As Congress debates gun control legislation, could investors on Wall Street be the ones to enact change on guns? CNBC reports that the school shooting in Florida has prompted major pension funds and institutions to look into how much
Two gun bills are making their way through the House, but do the Assault Weapons Ban of 2018 or the Manchin-Toomey amendment have a chance of making it to the president’s desk? Republican Congressman Charlie Dent, who supports expanding background checks
The Supreme Court's conservative majority has public-sector unions in its sights. The result won't be pretty.
Stephanie and her panel: Bloomberg’s Shannon Pettypiece, RealClearPolitics Editor and columnist A.B. Stoddard, and the Editor of “All We Know So Far” Brendan Greeley discuss the politics of the gun legislation debate.
The National Review is remembering the life and legacy of its founder, William F. Buckley Jr., who passed away 10 years ago this month, with forums across the country on Buckley's accomplishments. Jay Nordlinger and Jack Fowler join Morning Joe to...
Law professor Jonathan Turley and MSNBC's Ari Melber discusses the latest in the Mueller investigation into Russian interference, if a sitting president can be indicted and what the Second Amendment says.