White House: The President calls on Republicans in Congress to put scoring political points aside, and instead to focus on solving the problems facing the nation. At the time of this address, the Republican leadership is blocking progress on a bill to boost the economy, retain jobs for teachers and cops, and help people buy their first home; an
GOP: In the Weekly Republican Address, Mississippi Sen. Roger Wicker expresses his disappointment that President Obama's response to the catastrophe in the Gulf of Mexico "has been too slow." Sen. Wicker says, "After visiting with [the president] in Mississippi, I was optimistic that he was removing politics from this disaster and focusing solel
Conservative columnist Ann Coulter calls S.C. Senate Alvin Greene (D) candidate the most qualified Democrat she's ever seen.
Bill O'Reilly: "Halting the cleanup over life jackets is insane. The barges never should have been out of action."
MSNBC: Rachel Maddow examines the political fallout following Congressman Joe Barton's apology to BP. The Washington Post's Ezra Klein joins for analysis of whether Democrats can use their upper hand to pass a meaningful energy bill.
"Special Report" panel on how we heard the federal government would take the state to court.
Let me finish: Chris Matthews discusses why there will be true winners this campaign season, even in elections that the Democrats aren’t hoping to win.