Gov. Jan Brewer (R-AZ) announces she will sign Arizona Senate Bill 1070 into law.
At Ranking Member Issa's request, the Securities and Exchange Commission Inspector General today confirmed that he will investigate the timing of the SEC's fraud charge against Goldman Sachs and whether it was coordinated with White House attempts at "financial reform."
Sen. Blanche Lincoln (D-AR) comments on the possibility of President Obama campaigning for her.
AP: Obama says a failure to act will lead to more of what he called "misguided" efforts like an immigration bill in Arizona. If signed by the state's governor, the bill would require police to question people about their immigration status if there's reason to suspect they're in the country illegally.
MSNBC's Dylan Ratigan threatens to throw off a guest who has a pro-immigration bill stance in Arizona after he is unable to get a word in. Transcript below. STATE SEN. FRANK ANTENORI (R-AZ): Am I going to get a chance to counter her or -- DYLAN RATIGAN, HOST: You're going to get a chance, I promise you're going to get a chance. No, no
Health & Human Services Secretary tells a congressional committee that she does not know how much health care reform will cost.
President Obama says criticism from blogs makes it difficult for him to connect with the American people.
Sarah Palin has testified against a 22-year-old man charged with breaking into her e-mail account, saying later it's "up to the judge" to decide whether conviction should lead to prison.
Sen. Arlen Specter (D-PA) defends his attack on Penn. Democratic Senate candidate Rep. Joe Sestak's military record. In an ad, Specter highlights Sestak was "relieved of duty" for "poor command climate." Sestak is a retired two-star Rear Admiral and the highest-ranking former military officer ever elected to Congress. His career in the military
Sen. Scott Brown talks to NBC's Jamie Gangel about the seat once held by Sen. Edward Kennedy.
John Stossel on the perception of business in American society.
Charles Krauthammer on President Obama's speech on financial reform.
Chris Matthews explains why politicians shouldn't use negative ads during campaigns.
Gov. Chris Christie (R-NJ) argues teachers’ unions need to make sacrifices to help reduce the state’s budget.
Rep. Kendrick Meek talks about the Florida Senate race and the possibility of Gov. Charlie Crist running as an independent.
Rep. Barney Frank (D-MA) discusses the SEC pornography scandal on MSNBC.
Bill O'Reilly discusses Wall Street reform.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney says telling Sen. Patrick Leahy to go f*** himself was "sort of the best thing I ever did." Transcript below. DENNIS MILLER, HOST: By the way, I also want to thank you, on the list of things I feel I should thank you for, almost kicking Patrick Leahy's ass. Thank you very much. CHENEY: [laughing] MIL
CNBC: Insight on the President's push for support of the financial regulation reform bill from Wall Street, with Sen. Chris Dodd (D-CT).
An internal investigation found over 30 cases of S.E.C. employees downloading porn, including several extreme cases. Nancy Cordes reports.