HARRY REID (D-NV): "Their greed led to 11 horrific and unnecessary deaths. It has harmed an enormous tourism industry, threatened business at countless fisheries and disrupted life for many along the Gulf Coast. As the pollution grows worse, those consequences will only compound."
Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano admits she hasn't read the Arizona immigration law, but passed judgment on it anyway. "That's not the kind of law I would have signed," she declared. "I believe it's a bad law enforcement law. I believe it mandates and requires local enforcement and puts them in a position many do not want to be
CNN founder Ted Turner: "I'm not a real religious person, but I’m somewhat religious. I'm just wondering if God is telling us He doesn’t want us to drill offshore. Because it sure is setting back offshore development." Ted Turner also says the recent coal mining tragedies may be a sign from God.
In this March 2, 2008 video, current Connecticut Senate candidate Richard Blumenthal (D) touts his service in the Vietnam war. However, the New York Times reports: At a ceremony honoring veterans and senior citizens who sent presents to soldiers overseas, Attor
CBS' Chip Reid attempts to ask President Obama a question after he signs the "Freedom of Press Act." "I am not doing a press conference today," Obama told him.
Powerline's John Hinderaker discusses the Obama administration telling China the Arizona immigration law is "a troubling trend in our society."
WSB-TV reports: The U.S. Border Patrol uses choppers, ATVs and horses to patrol the 2000-mile border between the Southeastern U.S. and Mexico. Agents say most of the illegals caught crossing are from Mexico or South America. Still, they say thousands of people caught are classified as O.T.M.'s, which stands for "other than Mexican". They report tha
Fmr. Rep. Pat Toomey (R-PA) defends his conservative principles and small government opinions.
White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs says President Obama never told Rush Limbaugh to "go play with himself" in response to a golf outing.
VandeHei: "It did not seem like it was necessarily a defense, at least the parts of it that I have read. It looked more like a scholarly look at socialism in that period."
The list includes 9 Democrats and 1 Republican.
iCaucus: Dale Peterson, Alabama Agriculture Commission, ICAUCUS endorsed candidate fighting the fight to save our country. Some people recognize the enemies from within & without.
The type of problem that has hit Greece will eventually hit the US, Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX) told CNBC.
Managing Director Bob Dudley discusses containment plans and liability costs.
White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs says it is a "positive sign" and "progress" that Iran is shipping low-grade uranium.
CBS' Bob Schieffer reports the Obama White House is bracing for an Arlen Specter loss in Pennsylvania and "doesn't want to be associated" with it.
Gov. Ed Rendell (D-PA) says Specter is "saving jobs" in Pennsylvania. He says the race is close because Joe Sestak has a great media group. "Pennsylvanians should think about what Arlen Specter delivers," says Rendell. Polls show Specter and Sestak are in a dead heat in the PA Democratic primary.
The standout moment came when a heckler started shouting at Crist (around 3:10 into clip), "What about the guys who gave you money when you were a Republican?!" "I'm going to keep it!" Crist cheerfully responded, drawing roars of approval. Check out his wink right after.