"Last month, however, we slipped back, losing more jobs than we gained, though the overall trend of job loss is still pointing in the right direction."
A man is kicked out of Harry Reid's town hall on health care after the Senator said "no state will benefit more than the state of Nevada" on health care.
Q: He has spoken quite a bit on the Christmas Day incident but he hasn't opened himself up to questions from the media. Do you think he might entertain some questions on that --MR. GIBBS: No.Q: and isn't it unusual that on an event this big that he would not open himself up to questions?MR. GIBBS: I don't want
CBS: In an upcoming 60 Minutes report, the McCain campaign's political strategist Steve Schmidt slammed Sarah Palin for being inaccurate during the 2008 presidential election.
Former Attorney General Michael Mukasey on whether failed Christmas Day bomber should be in military hands.
"I stand in his way every day,'' McCain says. "If I get a bruise or two knocking some sense into heads in Washington, so be it," McCain says in one of the radio ads his campaign is airing.
"What I want is, let me pay for something, give me a safe-flier card and then go, you know measure my penis and let me get on the airplane."
Labor Secretary Hilda Solis on the December jobs numbers and the White House’s effort to create green jobs.
Rep. Eric Cantor (R-VA) discusses the employment picture and looks ahead to the December jobs report.
The Hill: Rudy Giuliani had some rare words of praise for President Obama today, saying the commander in chief had "turned the corner" in efforts to fight terrorism.
Bill O'Reilly: The President stated the obvious, that the nation is at war with al Qaeda.
Countdown’s Keith Olbermann looks at the politicians who are continuing to exploit American fears and blaming President Barack Obama for the flaws in the country’s counter-terrorism efforts.
Krauthammer and Hayes blast Napolitano and Obama.