"I really think people like Michelle Obama," TIME's Joe Klein said on the "Chris Matthews Show." The panel thinks that Michelle Obama is not a very public person and prefers to be "behind the scenes."
"The history of republics is they average 200 years of life. And they all fail in the history over fiscal matters. They rot from within before they collapse or are attacked," Sen. Tom Coburn (R-Okla.) told "Fox News Sunday."
"It doesn't sound like her when you read the materials," former White House press secretary said on "FOX News Sunday" today.
Valerie Jarrett, who serves as one of President Obama's senior advisers, says he wakes up every morning focused on "what's best" for the American people.
CNN: Homeland Security Secy. Janet Napolitano defends DNI James Clapper over his lack of knowledge about UK terror arrests.
"It was a commitment that I think he made to himself at the end of the health care and with his two daughters in mind," Gibbs told CNN Chief Political Correspondent Candy Crowley.
Bob Schieffer is joined by Lara Logan, Nancy Cordes, Sharyl Attkisson, and Chip Reid for a CBS News correspondents' round table to discuss what the top priorities for Republicans and Democrats are going to be heading into the New Year.
Bill Kristol, Nina Easton, Dana Perino and Juan Williams discuss.
Watch the full roundtable, featuring Tom Brokaw, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Peggy Noonan and Bob Woodward.
Daily Caller: On the Dec. 24 broadcast of KCRW’s “Left, Right & Center,” Huffington complained that the use of the political terms “left,” “right” or “left-wing” is preventing policymakers from solving
Sen. Tom Coburn (R-Okla.) says he will keep his promise and not seek another term after his current one ends in 2017. Dr. Coburn says he is tired of career politicians and wants fresh blood in Washington. "I'm not in the Senate for the Republicans, I'm in the Senate for the American people," Coburn told "FOX News Sunday." Coburn also discusse
The journalists at the PBS NewsHour were debating last week what gift they could give the viewers and readers for the holidays.One thing sprang to mind that is almost universally enjoyed this time of year: Handel's "Messiah." The one with the famous "Hallelujah! Hallelujah!" chorus. This comes a week after NPR's Nina Totenberg
US Army vice chief of staff Gen. Peter Chiarelli discusses caring for veterans.
"I think we've had a very capable and good Cabinet that has helped move the president's agenda forward," press secretary Robert Gibbs told CNN.
Archbishop of Washington on religion and politics.