Charles Krauthammer analyzes the Obama's administration's new nuclear policy.
The Washington Post's Eugene Robinson and former mayor of New York Rudy Giuliani join the discussion of Karzai's comments about the Taliban.
“I know this is all based on lies. Why do they have to put 3,000 pages in it [the health care overhaul legislation]?” he asked. “They are totally ignoring us Americans.”
Brit Hume analyzes what the political climate is concerning the new reform law
President Obama has a tough time naming his favorite White Sox player when asked by broadcaster and former Sox pitcher Rob Dibble.
"If we have to go back and patch things up and fix a few things we can do that. This is not a perfect piece of legislation," Reid said.
Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV): "I was going to give a few remarks on the people who were over here a week ago Saturday, but I couldn't find it written all over my hands."
Rachel Maddow and Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) discuss the Republican threat to filibuster the next Supreme Court nominee.
Former Ohio Secretary of State and candidate for RNC chair Ken Blackwell comments on Michael Steele's tenure.
David Remnick, editor-in-chief of the New Yorker, discusses his new book, The Bridge, and how Obama found his racial identity.
Charles Krauthammer discusses the challenges facing the U.S. economy.
Rachel Maddow and The Nation's Chris Hayes discuss the troubles facing RNC Chairman Michael Steele.
Bill O'Reilly discusses the media's portrayal of the Tea Party movement.
Keith Olbermann and Jonathan Alter discuss John Paul Stevens' retirement.