The Justice Department under President Trump seized records from Apple for metadata of House Intelligence Committee members, according to New York Times reporting. Michael Schmidt joins Morning Joe to discuss the new report.
Published 06/11/21
President Joe Biden arrived Wednesday in Britain for a series of meetings with world leaders intent on stressing the message of his first foreign trip as president: "The United States is back."
Published 06/10/21
President Joe Biden's infrastructure talks with Republicans collapsed Tuesday, the lead GOP negotiator said. The Morning Joe panel discusses.
Published 06/09/21
U.S. Capitol Police leaders learned that Trump supporters were discussing ways to infiltrate tunnels around the complex and target Democratic members of Congress on Jan. 6 but failed to act on the threats, according to a new Senate report.
Published 06/08/21
Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., said Sunday that he will not vote for S.1, known as the For The People Act, the massive elections and ethics reform package Democrats have proposed.
Published 06/07/21
Former Vice President Mike Pence delivered his strongest comments yet about the Jan. 6 pro-Trump riot attack on the U.S. Capitol on Thursday, saying he and former President Donald Trump may never see "eye to eye" on the event.
Published 06/04/21
President Joe Biden is using free child care and the lure of a complimentary beer to try to persuade more Americans to get vaccinated against Covid-19, part of a push to reach his goal of 70 percent of adults having their first shot by July 4.
Published 06/03/21
President Biden marks 100 years since the Tulsa race massacre
Published 06/02/21
President Joe Biden paid tribute to the men and women who gave their lives in service to their country during a ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery on Memorial Day.
Published 06/01/21
President Biden delivered remarks Sunday during the Memorial Day observance at War Memorial Plaza near the Delaware Memorial Bridge, and he commended military service members. Also, President Biden's approval rating stands at 62 percent in new polling.
Published 05/31/21
In new polling, 74 percent of Republicans say it’s time to move on from the January 6th insurrection.
Published 05/28/21
Nine people have died after a public transit employee opened fire on co-workers at a Northern California rail yard on Wednesday, authorities said. The shooter took his own life.
Published 05/27/21
Prosecutor in Trump criminal probe convenes grand jury to hear evidence, weigh potential charges, according to new Washington Post reporting. The Morning Joe panel discusses.
Published 05/26/21
The family of George Floyd will meet with President Joe Biden and congressional lawmakers on Tuesday — exactly one year after he was murdered by a Minneapolis police officer.
Published 05/25/21
Covid cases in the U.S. have dropped to their lowest level since June as the nation prepares for Memorial Day weekend.
Published 05/24/21
A bilateral cease-fire took hold on Friday as Israel and Hamas agreed to halt nearly two weeks of fighting that has left hundreds dead and parts of the impoverished Gaza Strip reduced to rubble.
Published 05/21/21
The House on Wednesday voted 252-175 to create an independent commission to investigate the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol, but the bill faces a different landscape in the Senate, where it needs at least 10 Republicans and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell opposes it.
Published 05/20/21
The New York attorney general's office said Tuesday that it is pursuing a criminal investigation into the Trump Organization, in addition to the ongoing civil probe.
Published 05/19/21
Dozens of Israeli jets launched more than 100 missiles into the Gaza Strip overnight as the violence entered its second week and hours after President Joe Biden said he would support a ceasefire in the conflict.
Published 05/18/21
The Israeli military continued to pound the Gaza strip early Monday, a day after dozens of Palestinians were killed in Israeli air raids and amid growing international calls for an end to the bloodshed.
Published 05/17/21
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Thursday that people who are fully vaccinated against Covid-19 no longer need to wear masks or physically distance — whether indoors or outdoors in most circumstances.
Published 05/14/21
House Republicans voted Wednesday to remove Rep. Liz Cheney from the No. 3 position in caucus leadership after she vocally rebuked Donald Trump.
Published 05/13/21
House Republicans are planning a vote on Wednesday to remove Rep. Liz Cheney from the No. 3 position in caucus leadership after she vocally rebuked Donald Trump.
Published 05/12/21
President Biden's approval rating stands at 63 percent, according to new numbers from AP/NORC. 54 percent also feel the direction of the country is on the right track. The panel digs into the numbers.
Published 05/11/21
A Russian criminal group may be responsible for a ransomware attack that shut down a major U.S. fuel pipeline, two sources familiar with the matter said Sunday.
Published 05/10/21