"Now is the time to stop this unacceptable bloodshed," the secretary of State said
"I don't go around denouncing people," the Miss. governor says in response to the NAACP
CBS News issued a chilling statement Tuesday about an attack on one of its correspondents
Obama has some surprising connections to last night's Grammy winners
He had no immediate response to an effort by the Sons of Confederate Veterans to recognize a Ku Klux Klan founder on a Mississippi specialty license plate
The president's $3.7 trillion budget raises taxes enough to enrage conservatives, cuts spending enough to vex liberals, and still doesn't go far enough to satisfy deficit hawks
The libertarian congressman won nearly a third of the votes at the conservative conference
A strange ad was served along with a column online
Tom Donilon called on Iran to allow Iranians the same freedom to protest that Egyptians have had
Whether he decides to run or not, he's got the most interesting and freshest message of the potential GOP contenders
Day two of the Conservative Political Action Conference
"There are very few moments in our lives where we have the privilege to witness history taking place," the president said. "This is one of those moments."
"The Egyptian government must put forward a credible, concrete and unequivocal path toward genuine democracy, and they have not yet seized that opportunity," he said.
The anti-"Don't Ask Don't Tell" activist attends his first CPAC and flirts with conservatism