'Why Are We So Angry?' The Atlantic on politics in 2018
Anger has become less episodic and more persistent in daily life, argues journalist Charles Duhigg in his latest piece for The Atlantic. Duhigg joins Morning Joe to discuss his research anger and its impact on politics.
Texas church shooting pushes Wilson County sheriff into spotlight
Until Sunday, Wilson County Sheriff Joe Tackitt Jr. had a relatively quiet, 25-year career.
Advanced Materials: The DNA of Disruption
Replay The need to make products faster, stronger, smaller and lighter is driving the development of new and enhanced materials with properties out of reach of prior generations. Goldman Sachs Research’s Craig Sainsbury discusses three of the most promising – graphene, nanotechnology and OLEDs – and their potential applications from cancer treatment to water filtration.
Why the most popular rule of weight loss is completely wrong
The next time you hear someone say it, you can tell them it simply isn't true.
Mockingbird Diner in Dallas is turning into a cafeteria
Mockingbird Diner, a breakfast-lunch-dinner place near Love Field Airport, is letting its servers go. Starting on Monday, Mockingbird Diner will be...
West Virginia: How the Bluest State Became the Reddest
The American political landscape has changed a lot over the past 25 years but there is no more dramatic shift that the one that has
What It's Like To Pray At A Queer-Inclusive Mosque
Toronto's Unity Mosque offers a place of faith and refuge for queer Muslims.
How Being Super Prepared For Your Interview Can Still Cost You The Job
Overpreparing isn’t necessarily a bad thing, but you might be missing the point.
Video shows moments before deadly robbery in Houston's Sunnyside
A gunman approached the shopper about 10:15 p.m. as he left the convenience store in the 8900 block of Scott Street, said Sgt. Cullen Duncan of the Houston Police Department.
‘Flip or Flop’ Star Tarek El Moussa Shares Alarming Photo to Show ‘How Absolutely Sick I Was’
“Look at this photo and look at my eyes, I was a skeleton,” writes HGTV star, who was diagnosed with two types of cancer El Moussa, who in the past was diagnosed with both thyroid and testicular cancer, took to Instagram to post the photo, which he ultimately hopes will serve as inspiration to others. “I thought I would share this with everyone… to truly understand how absolutely sick I was… look at this photo and look at my eyes, I was a skeleton,” El Moussa wrote. El Moussa, who’s currently undergoing a divorce from his wife and “Flip or Flop” costar Christina El Moussa, continued, This took a major toll on my physical and mental health. [...] Read: 'Flip or Flop' Stars Fuel Reconciliation Hopes After Meeting With Life Coach El Moussa…