President Barack Obama summoned the world to a "a new era of engagement" in his maiden address to the U.N. General Assembly, offering a litany of policy shifts intended to show that the United States had no interest in a go-it-alone stance on international issues."The time has come for the world to move in a new direction," Obama tol
Reps. Frank and Conyers have asked Congressional investigators to see if the undercover duo broke any laws.
Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa): "If there's a push for a socialist society where the foundations of individual rights and liberties are undermined and everybody is thrown together living collectively off one pot of resources earned by everyone, this is one of the goals they have to go to, same sex marriage, because it has to plow through marriage in o
John Bolton, former Ambassador to the United Nations, critique's Obama's address to United Nations General Assembly.
NECN: Former vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin, criticized for her lack of foreign policy experience, emerged in Asia on Wednesday to share her views from "Main Street U.S.A" with a group of high-flying global investors.In her first
Moore's film, "Capitalism: A Love Story," attacks the American economic system.
Sen. James Inhofe talks about his upcoming trip to Copenhagen.
Senior White House advisor David Axelrod joins the Morning Joe gang to preview the president’s speech before the U.N. General Assembly, as well as discuss the administration’s approach to international conflicts and the health care overhaul.
Michelle Paterson, wife of NY Gov. David Paterson comments on President Obama wanting him not to run.
Newt Gingrich talks about what is "rude" in political discourse.
Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) says if the health care bill does not pass, then it is the fault of the majority party. Rep. Ryan also discusses what he heard at town halls he held this summer. Rep. Ryan held 17 town halls in 10 days.
Bill O'Reilly: The war in Afghanistan is not going well. The government there is corrupt.
Rachel Maddow goes after former Secretary of State Condi Rice for giving advice on how to avoid another terrorist attack.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says President Obama shows a deep commitment to Israel.