We must talk with each other "in a way that heals, not a way that wounds," says the president.
After all the accusations and finger-pointing of the past five days, almost any speech that rises above politics will seem healing
It was a tech glitch, not a statement of contrition
"Public discourse and debate isn't a sign of crisis, but of our enduring strength," she says
"There are no words that can possibly express how we feel," say Loughner's parents in a statement
We've heard nothing from the people with whom he lived, who were warned about his mental status in October
The FBI, working with the Capitol Police, have arrested a person who made a threat against the Colorado Democrat's Denver office
"It was simply crosshairs like you see on maps," said Rebecca Mansour.
"The left is coming and will hit us hard on this. We need to push back harder with the simple truth. The shooter was a liberal lunatic," says the founder of Tea Party Nation.
He was reportedly born in 1988.
She was shot at point blank range, according to news reports, along with members of her staff. A total of 18 people were shot, according to Arizona police.
If the White House wants a female press secretary, it doesn't need to say so. It just needs to hire one.
In 2007, the incoming National Economic Council chief laid out his vision for the economy
The vice president tells a slew of senatorial daughters not to date until 30
When she joined the Senate, the parliamentarian had to look up if she was allowed to wear pants
Will the White House make peace with progressives as new staff take the helm?
In advance of a planned trip to Iowa this month, her office says she's "taken nothing off the table"
The contemporary Senate procedure continues to bear traces of the word's origins