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NBC’s Dasha Burns reports from Beaver County, PA where many are worried the pandemic might keep the Friday night lights from ever going on this fall.
Sen. Doug Jones, D-Ala., claimed the people of Alabama are "very excited" to have Sen. Kamala Harris on the ticket for the 2020 presidential election and praised the work his colleague has done in the past.
Tina Tchen of Time's Up and Lauren Leader of All in Together discuss the president's characterization of Sen. Kamala Harris as 'nasty' or a 'madwoman' and how we as a culture have arrived at this point.
House Majority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) joins Ayman Mohyeldin as she attempts to negotiate a relief bill with her GOP counterparts. Pelosi is also hitting back at President Trump for his attacks on the Post Office, calling it an "assault on our
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., denounced President Trump's attacks against mail-in voting as a "domestic assault on our Constitution" and encouraged all those who are considering to vote by mail to do so early.
Country music star Brad Paisley discusses the hardships musicians are facing during the COVID-19 crisis, his new video aimed at bringing people together and how he's helping feed people who are in need.
As postal service delays start to creep into the United States, President Trump admitted he doesn’t want more funding for the U.S. Postal service because he doesn’t want to see widespread mail-in voting, which is more likely to be used by Democrats.
NBC News' Pete Williams reports on the Government Accountability Offices finding acting Secretary of Homeland Security Chad Wolf and top immigration official Ken Cuccinelli are not legally qualified to serve in their jobs under the Vacancies Reform Act.
Mayors across the country are calling for police reform. Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot joins Chris Jansing to discuss her plan for change as her city steps up patrols to manage looting and gun violence.
David Leonhardt of The New York Times discusses his new reporting on America's failure to control the coronavirus.
Georgia Democratic State Senator Nikema Williams joins Morning Joe to discuss running to fill John Lewis' seat in Congress.
Joe Biden leads the president by 11 points nationally, according to new polling. And Biden also leads on questions of handling the coronavirus, economy and race relations. The panel discusses.
As coronavirus cases continue surging across the country, the U.S. is cutting back on testing for the virus. Also, Joe Biden is calling for a mandate that all Americans wear masks. The Morning Joe panel discusses.
The president went on the record Thursday, saying he opposed demands for more funding for the USPS and election security measures because of his opposition to mail-in voting. The Morning Joe panel discusses.
As the president brushes aside a question about lying in office and the Senate adjourns until September, new polling shows Joe Biden leading the president 53 to 42 percent.