NBCNews.comFirst Read's Morning Clips: More Russia NewsNBCNews.comThe big news from late yesterday: "Blackwater founder Erik Prince represented Donald Trump at a secret overseas meeting convened by the United Arab Emirates in early January, two intelligence sources familiar with the matter told NBC News. The meeting ...A Trump associate reportedly set up a secret meeting to establish a back-channel between Trump and MoscowBusiness InsiderErik Prince was part of secret Trump-Russia dialogue:...
Late Late Show‘s James Corden will make a decent looking old guy, even if he does resemble “a Republican senator trying to take away your health care.” The CBS host and Carpool Karaoke driver last night gave a test spin on a new app that transforms headshot photos with aging, aging in reverse and gender switch.
Venezuelan activists are calling for mass protests on Wednesday. Also, Sabrina Siddiqui of The Guardian talks about Georgia's runoff election, and an Egyptian-American aid worker has been released.
First, let's talk about the good news: A powerhouse investment firm in the region is projecting that the economy of the Philippines will be growing at the fastest pace in Southeast Asia, with the regional bloc also continuing to evolve into a promising investment hub.
President Trump has reversed course and says he won't withdraw from NAFTA. Also, a view into North Korea from the Chinese border and a proposed software to curb texting while driving.
We discuss President Trump's first 100 days, a "ridiculous standard" that he's embraced. Also, a rare interview with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson. And the Pope arrives in Egypt.
President Trump will announce his tax plan Wednesday. Also, Holly Bailey of Yahoo News talks about a briefing Senators will receive on North Korea, and another killing was broadcast on Facebook Live.
An attacker killed a police officer in Paris, days ahead of France's presidential election. Also, House Republicans say they are putting the "finishing touches" on a new health care plan.
North Korea launched a failed missile test. Turkish voters granted the president sweeping new powers. Authorities in Cleveland search for a man who they say posted a video of a murder on Facebook.
Last month, Morning Joe hit Kellyanne Conway with a pretty biting blow, with the program’s two hosts, Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski, explaining that she and her “fake news” were no longer welcome to appear on their popular MSNBC show. “She’s just saying things,” Scarborough said at the time, “just
TV One will expand its morning news, current affairs, and lifestyle lineups, the network announced at its Upfront presentation today.
Longtime Donald Trump ally Roger Stone on Tuesday publicly accused Trump’s son-in-law of leaking damaging information about the White House to MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough. During an interview with conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, Stone called out Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner for constantly ...