The Trump administration is hoping the Supreme Court will allow them to go ahead with a plan to end DACA. Earlier this week a federal judge in San Francisco blocked the government from ending the program and Justice Department lawyers requested that the
NBC News’ Han Nichols discusses how the Department of Defense is preparing for a government effect and what his means for soldiers’ paychecks.
Will the president save the day by averting a government shutdown at the last minute? Stephanie and her panel: CNBC’s Ron Insana, NY1’s Grace Rauh, and the Washington Post’s Robert Costa discuss what it takes to avoid the looming government shutdown and
The political world, prone to cynicism, shouldn't accept the routinization of shutdown politics as a new normal.
House Republicans passed a short-term spending bill on Thursday, but prospects are dim in the Senate. And President Trump is saying it will be the Democrats' fault if the government shuts down. The panel discusses.
Donald Trump believes a healthy economy will produce Republican victories at the ballot box. He's likely to be disappointed.
Sam Stein learns a thing or two about what happens if you blame the 'technician.'
One year after the first Women's March set records, a second march is set to take place Saturday. What were the outcomes from the 2017 march? Cindi Leive and Planned Parenthood's Cecile Richards join Morning Joe to discuss.
The more it seems like Trump World has something to hide, the more I'm curious what that might be.