An open mic catches GOP California Senate candidate Carly Fiorina poking fun at Barbara Boxer's hair and questioning gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman (R-CA)'s choice to go on "Hannity." Fiorina says someone "saw Barbara Boxer briefly on television this morning and said what everyone says -- God, what is that hair?" On Meg Whitman's choice
TIME's Mark Halperin on FOX News' "O'Reilly Factor": "You know Matt Drudge ... Matt Drudge knew exactly what he was doing with that headline." Halperin was talking about the headline "Obama Goes Street: Seeking 'Ass To Kick'" tha
Comedy Central's Jon Stewart says Barack Obama must kick his own ass because he took "responsibility" for the leak at a press conference in May.
"The scary party of this is do they really believe in self-government in the end, or is the government the enemy?," NBC's Chris Matthews asks. "A lot of people on the right believe the government has replaced the British as the operating force in the country," he declared." "It's serious business. Some have the guns, some don't. Some have the
Distraught shrimper Dianne Wilson disrupts a Senate hearing on the oil spill and yells "we're tired of being dumped on."
Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wisc.): "We need to give the American people an alternative — who are we, what do we believe in, what are our principles, how will we apply them and what will we do if you elect us back, and how do you make sure we won't repeat the sins of fiscal profligacy that we made last time we were in the majority."
Rep. Mike Pence (R-Ind.) on the House floor: "A few things need to be said. We grieve the loss of life but Israel has a right to defend itself. And Turkey must know that America will stand with Israel in her inviolate right to defend herself."
Robert Gibbs: "Well, the government has activated members of the National Guard. The government has activated, or has Coast Guard members, different branches of the government have different folks down there. I -- I would say we are -- the relationship that we have in terms of directing them is the same as we have in the broader relationship."
Ben Bernanke testifies to Congress about improvement in labor markets.
Sen. Robert Menendez (D-NJ) on proposing to remove $75 million liability cap for the oil spill.
King says a lot of cheap shots were taken at Bush during Katrina, but says Obama has shown a "lack of leadership" in the aftermath of the oil spill.
South Carolina Gubernatorial candidate Nikki Haley (R) talks about a runoff election, allegations of an affair and an endorsement from Sarah Palin. "It made me more determined," Haley said of affair rumors. She has been endorsed by the Governor's association.
Former HP CEO Carly Fiorina wins the Republican nomination for the Senate in California.
Former eBay CEO Meg Whitman wins the Republican nomination for governor in California.
Oil spill blues for President Obama.
Over two dozen small businesses in Ala. have filed claims with BP, but have yet to receive payment. As Kelly Cobiella reports, the National Guard has even been sent to assist in the matter.
Chris Matthews offers some thoughts about why politics is increasingly the place for women.
The panel discusses the fallout from the environmental disaster.