The Executive Director of Giffords Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence Robyn Thomas joins Ali Velshi and Stephanie Ruhle to discuss America’s gun laws: What works and what doesn’t.
MSNBC's Tammy Leitner speaks to one of the Florida school shooting survivors heading to Tallahassee to talk to lawmakers about gun control.
MSNBC’s Ali Velshi explains how the ‘internet research agency’ detailed in special counsel Robert Mueller’s indictment works.
Americans have a message to the world: the position of the United States on key international issues is not what the president of the United States says it is.
Former NSC head Ned Price responds to Trump's tweets criticizing the Obama administration, for how they handled Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
Last week, Morning Joe spoke with Wired's Nicholas Thompson on Mark Zuckerberg's struggle to fix Facebook's 'two years of hell.' We ran out of time on the show but kept the cameras rolling. Here is part two of our discussion.
A photographer captures a rare moment at the PyeongChang Olympics where a skier is soaring feet above the ground.
Today's installment of campaign-related news items from across the country.
Donald Trump seems eager to relitigate the fight over the women who've accused him of sexual misconduct. Perhaps the political world should oblige.
After a lengthy court battle over gerrymandering, Pennsylvania's Supreme Court redrew the state's districts . MSNBC's Steve Kornacki explains how the new map could prove to be a big win for Democrats.
The question is why Republicans, who ostensibly have to worry about elections, are going in one direction while the American mainstream goes in another.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller has charged Alex Van Der Zwaan with lying to federal authorities about his conversations with former Trump campaign aide Rick Gates. Van Der Zwaan is expected to plead guilty in court on Tuesday. NBC’s Pete Williams explains
A new two-part Frontline documentary looks at how the feud between Iran and Saudi Arabia has helped lead the region into chaos. Producer and reporter Martin Smith joins Morning Joe to discuss. Ayman Mohyeldin also joins the discussion.
In an effort to spread positive feelings through the school, this Nebraska middle school is making sure everyone gets a special morning greeting.
When it comes to his record on Russia, Donald Trump says we should "just look at the facts." That's a great idea. Let's do exactly that.
Donald Trump Junior is in India on a business trip, but with planned speeches with the prime minister. CNBC’s Ron Insana and The Washington Post’s Annie Gowen discuss the vague line between Trump’s businesses and Trump’s White House.
A New York Times report is floating the idea that if Washington won't act to control gun laws across the country, banks could. The author of that report Andrew Ross Sorkin joins Stephanie Ruhle.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller has charged Russian lawyer Alex Van Der Zwaan with lying about text message conversations that he had with ex-Trump aide Rick Gates. Stephanie Ruhle and her panel discuss what this latest charge could mean in the ongoing...
The special counsel's indictment of Russian nationals from last week shows the central nature of Facebook as part of the meddling, and it also shows how ill-equipped the social media network was at preventing interference. Ramesh Srinivasan discusses.
As one observer noted, "Trump's company is literally selling access to the president's son overseas."