Pelosi to Trump: Postpone SOTU until after government reopens

Speaker Pelosi sent a letter to President Trump suggesting they postpone his State of the Union address until after the government has been reopened, or that he deliver the address in writing, a practice that was common in the 1800s and early 1900s.

Speaker Pelosi sent a letter to President Trump suggesting they postpone his State of the Union address until after the government has been reopened, or that he deliver the address in writing, a practice that was common in the 1800s and early 1900s. Read more

Barr disqualified himself with memos: Sen. Warner

Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va., weighs in on William Barr’s hearings and why he says Barr’s memo on the special counsel is disqualifying. Sen. Warner also discusses the government shutdown and a new Wall Street Journal column on the president.

Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va., weighs in on William Barr's hearings and why he says Barr's memo on the special counsel is disqualifying. Sen. Warner also discusses the government shutdown and a new Wall Street Journal column on the president. Read more

U.S.-led coalition forces targeted in suicide bombing in Syria

U.S.-led coalition forces, including U.S. troops, were among those wounded by an explosion in the Syrian city of Manbij, according to a senior Kurdish security official. NBC News’ Richard Engel reports.

U.S.-led coalition forces, including U.S. troops, were among those wounded by an explosion in the Syrian city of Manbij, according to a senior Kurdish security official. NBC News' Richard Engel reports. Read more

Putin critic: As Russia gets poorer, he has to make trouble

Financier Bill Browder was a subject of the Trump Tower meeting on account of his role in the the Magnitsky Act, which singled out several allies of Vladimir Putin. Browder joins Morning Joe to discuss Trump and Putin.

Financier Bill Browder was a subject of the Trump Tower meeting on account of his role in the the Magnitsky Act, which singled out several allies of Vladimir Putin. Browder joins Morning Joe to discuss Trump and Putin. Read more

Steve King ‘at peace’ after rebuke of white supremacy remarks

After his remarks on ‘white supremacy’ received a rebuke from Congress, Rep. Steve King (R-IA) says he’s comfortable ‘standing before God and answering to all of this.’ Philip Rucker & Donna Edwards join to discuss.

After his remarks on 'white supremacy' received a rebuke from Congress, Rep. Steve King (R-IA) says he's comfortable 'standing before God and answering to all of this.' Philip Rucker & Donna Edwards join to discuss. Read more

Why political chaos in America & Great Britain is good for Putin

With the latest Brexit vote leaving the UK in crisis and America’s government still in a shutdown, Pulitzer-prize winning New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristoff joins to explain why this is all good news for Vladimir Putin.

With the latest Brexit vote leaving the UK in crisis and America's government still in a shutdown, Pulitzer-prize winning New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristoff joins to explain why this is all good news for Vladimir Putin. Read more

Outgoing members of Congress give advice to freshman class

A new crop of Congress members are set to be sworn in at the end of the week. Documentary filmmaker and daughter of the soon-to-be Speaker, Alexandra Pelosi, sat down with outgoing members to hear their advice to the incoming members. She joins Chris

A new crop of Congress members are set to be sworn in at the end of the week. Documentary filmmaker and daughter of the soon-to-be Speaker, Alexandra Pelosi, sat down with outgoing members to hear their advice to the incoming members. She joins Chris Read more

Mueller investigation steps closer to Trump with new indictments

David Kris, former assistant attorney general for national security, talks about how the new indictments for the Russian hacking of the DNC, the DCCC, and 2016 election related sites furthers the legal narrative of Robert Mueller’s investigation into

David Kris, former assistant attorney general for national security, talks about how the new indictments for the Russian hacking of the DNC, the DCCC, and 2016 election related sites furthers the legal narrative of Robert Mueller's investigation into Read more

Lawrence: Mueller indictments are Watergate Part 2

The Special Counsel indictment of 12 Russian Military operatives for attacking the DNC and Clinton campaign and stealing their Emails puts the USA in a situation best called “Watergate Part 2.” Jill Wine-Banks, Joyce Vance and David Corn join Lawrence.

The Special Counsel indictment of 12 Russian Military operatives for attacking the DNC and Clinton campaign and stealing their Emails puts the USA in a situation best called "Watergate Part 2." Jill Wine-Banks, Joyce Vance and David Corn join Lawrence. Read more

Trump’s not-so-welcome welcome to the U.K.

According to Donald Trump, people in the U.K. like him a lot. In fact, they like him so much, hundreds of thousands of them packed the streets of London to greet him today.

According to Donald Trump, people in the U.K. like him a lot. In fact, they like him so much, hundreds of thousands of them packed the streets of London to greet him today. Read more