REPORTER: Are you able to get an answer on Fred's question about the teabagger quote, if the President is aware that people are offended? GIBBS: Again, I have not seen the book. I can't imagine I'm going to ask the President that, but I will -- I will entertain it. I will check.
WASHINGTON POST: How worried are you about the violent elements of the tea party-ization of the country. Are you worried about the president's security? Are you worried about your own security as a black leader? REP. JAMES CLYBURN (D-SC):
US Navy Seal Matthew McCabe reacts his acquittal of all charges in a court-martial for supposedly abusing a terrorist detainee. He is the third and final person involved in the matter to be acquitted. To his supporters: "Thank them for all their support. It's been great."
Sen. Bob Bennett (R-UT) tells CNN's John King that very strong anger in the political atmosphere is why his race is in trouble. RELATED: Bennett appeals to GOP to let him keep Senate seat
Rep. John Boehner (R-OH): "Yet, the Obama administration has spoon-fed the American people with bland reassurances that this was just one off, or that this was just a lone wolf." "This is the rhetoric of an administration that continues to operate without a real comprehensive plan to confront the terrorist threat and to keep Americans safe," Bo
Rep. Joe Sestak (D-PA)'s new ad: "Arlen Specter switched one party to save one job ... his."
Neil Cavuto: “No where in that exchange nor in the rest of the interview...did Michael Brown ever say that this White House was behind this spill...That is beyond laughable. Here is what is not: dismissing what Mr. Brown did say about a president who may have botched a lot since that Gulf spill, just as Mr. Brown argued the last presiden
Bill Maher says the West censors making fun of Islam because "they're violent" and "they threaten us."
"At which point in time, prosecution, law enforcement after the fact really doesn't make any difference at all," said Rep. Pete Hoekstra (R-Mich.).
Mad Money host Jim Cramer shares his thoughts on the markets falling drastically amid the protests in Greece.
Attorney General discusses the war against al-Qaeda. "We have to have the ability to use the article three courts, the reformed military commissions, our military power, our diplomatic power -- we need to have all of these tools so that we are successful in this fight against al-Qaeda and others that would do this nation harm," Holder said.
Chris Matthews asks politicians to get serious about immigration reform.
"I don't care if there is blowback," Gov. Ed Rendell (D-PA) declares.
Sharpton rallies anti-immigration law supporters.
Charles Krauthammer discusses Sen. Lieberman's proposal to strip Americans of their citizenship if they work with a terrorist organization.
NBC Bay Area: On any other day at Live Oak High School in Morgan Hill, Daniel Galli and his four friends would not even be noticed for wearing T-shirts with the American flag. But Cinco de Mayo is not any typical day especial
Bill O'Reilly discusses the Obama administration's anger at Fox News.
Professor Jonathan Turley discusses the constitutionality of Lieberman's proposal to strip citizenship from terrorists.
Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) was on CNBC this morning to argue against bailing out Greece. "Italy, Spain, Portugal. Greece is generous in spending on benefits," she said. However, CNBC's Mark Haines defends the IMF bailout of Greece. "Why is that a problem with you, to help a competitor?," Haines asks during the discussion. "This is