Rent prices are down for the rich, but up for everyone else. Ali Velshi and Stephanie Ruhle break down the shocking rise in housing costs for America’s working class.
FBI agent Peter Strzok has been fired from the FBI over anti-Trump text messages he sent.
In an AMJOY exclusive, House leader Nancy Pelosi reflects on the clashes in Charlottesville with Jonathan Capehart and says that President Donald Trump’s agenda is to, ‘make America white again.’ She emphasizes the importance of fighting the president’s initiatives, and clarifies the democrats’ political agenda as we move into midterm, […]
Some of America’s immigration judges appear to be in active rebellion against Jeff Sessions and the Department of Justice over family separation policies at the border. They accuse DoJ of punishing judges for slow deportations. One of those judges who is fighting back joins Ari Melber.
Donald Trump has railed against what he calls “chain migration” for years – which is a little awkward, considering it’s the reason his own in-laws were able to become U.S. citizens.
Annise Parker of the LGBTQ Victory Institute, joins Morning Joe to discuss the record number of LGBTQ candidates running for office in 2018.
The Deadline panel weighs in on how the extremely close race for Congress in a red-district in Ohio could be an ominous sign for Republicans in November.
New York Republican Congressman Chris Collins is not the only government official to have allegedly committed serious crimes. Chris Jansing breaks down a list of lawmakers who have also been arrested while in office.
After winning the Democratic primary in Michigan’s 13th Congressional District, Rashida Tlaib is poised to be the first Muslim woman elected to Congress. Tlaib joins Morning Joe to discuss.
For now, Ohio’s closely watched special election is too close to call for a district that the GOP has held for more than three decades. Stephanie Ruhle discusses what this means for future leadership in the heavily red state.