Nicky Diaz has made news recently as being the disgruntled ex-housekeeper of Meg Whitman, the Republican candidate for Governor in California. Diaz, however, is illegally in the United States. FOX News' Bill O'Reilly talks to Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano about what the department and ICE will be doing with Ms. Diaz. Will they
The three candidates for US Senate discuss the three-way race and health care. This debate includes Marco Rubio (R), Kendrick Meek (D) and Gov. Charlie Crist (I).
"They are legitimately fearful. Their house is under water. Their job may be under water if they have a job. They may be getting paid less. So, at this point in time, people are rightly fearful. The Republicans, with huge amounts of money, have been redirecting them away from the folks causing it. Away from the folks that believe that, you know,
"I am very confident that Republicans will take over the Senate, and I'll become chairman of that Environment and Public Works Committee," Sen. James Inhofe (R-OK) said on Fox News Radio.
GOP candidate for US Senate Rand Paul (KY) under fire for 2009 comment on Medicare deductible.
Joe Miller (R), candidate for US Senate from Alaska discusses the tightening three-way race. Miller again won't endorse Sarah Palin in 2012.
If the recovery is to be sustainable, then global growth has to change, says US Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner. That means big exporting counties can't continue to view America as its primary market, he adds.
DSCC ad: "It's us versus them, and Roy Blunt works for them."
Billionaire Warren Buffett says the U.S. should raise taxes on the wealthy.
Rep. Alan Grayson (D-FL) says his opponent, Daniel Webster (R-FL), has "an 18th Century name and a 13th Century conception of how women should live in America."
"I have absolutely no interest and no reason for doing anything other than just dismissing these stories and moving on because -- we have no time," Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said about rumors of her replacing Joe Biden as the vice president on the 2012 Democratic ticket.
N.Y. GOP candidate Carl Paladino fighting to occupy governor's mansion in historically blue state. Paladino says Andrew Cuomo (D), his opponent, can't address and defend the Democratic issues.
"Manchurian candidate," Andrea Mitchell chimes in.
Democratic National Committee chairman Tim Kaine says the party is concerned about an "enthusiasm gap" this election year, but there's still enough time to get a good turnout. Kaine also tells NBC's "Today" show that differences exist among Democrats over such issues as the economy and health care because of the party's diversity, calling that
LAWRENCE O'DONNELL: "As the first congressional election during his party chairmanship approaches, Michael Steele is dancing as fast as he can trying to charm independent voters and Tea Partiers while never losing sight of his real master and paycheck provider, the Republican National Committee."
"Christine O'Donnell is a fantastic candidate for us for United States Senate and I can't wait to call her Senator," RNC Chairman Michael Steele said on MSNBC.
Keith Olbermann and The Nation’s Chris Hayes talks about the politics of the Tea Party’s proposed “a la carte government.”
Dr. Charles Krauthammer: "The liberal media has been liberal for fifty years, dominating the broadcast media. And yet, Americans are two-to-one conservative, only a fifth of Americans are liberal, twice as many are conservative."
"Totally in the abstract, Hillary Clinton as the vice presidential candidate, of course it makes sense," Dee Dee Meyers says.
Political commentator Bill Maher says Democrats should tout their accomplishments, not hide from them.
Bill O'Reilly: There is no question that the upcoming election is really about President Obama.