White House: The President explains how Wall Street Reform will not only end bailouts and bring accountability for big banks, but empower consumers, shareholders and community banks.
U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner talks with Bloomberg's Al Hunt about Europe's financial crisis. Geithner says hes confident European policy makers will contain the continents sovereign-debt crisis without harming Americas economy or financial markets. (source: Bloomberg)
Rep. Lee on Democrats' budget failure: "For you and your families, it means a missed opportunity to provide the fiscal discipline economists say is needed to create jobs and boost the economy. Whats worse, the fewer sacrifices Washington makes now, the more Americans will be asked to give up later in the form of massive, job-killing tax hikes."
Blanche Lincoln, a moderate Democrat whose votes have angered both the left and right, is facing a tough primary challenge from Arkansas Lt. Gov. Bill Halter. NBC’s Kelly O’Donnell reports.
Bill and Glenn shoot it out over interrogating captured terror suspects.
Media miffed over administration's website.
CNN's Brian Todd fires tough questions at one of BP's top executives who is in charge of the spill response.
Marco Rubio: "This is not about some principled person who left the Republican party because the party was going in a direction he didn't like. This is about someone who unfortunately, with all due respect, is looking to extend his political career and figured out he could not do that through the Republican party."
Twenty-five days after the spill began, the president says he's fed up.
FOX News' Carl Cameron on the Democratic Senate primary in Pennsylvania.
Bill O'Reilly on the importance of supporting wounded warriors.
Charles Krauthammer: "For the president, as always, to hover above the issue and the problem and to hurl Zeusian bolts from above at everybody except himself is really unpresidential."