Tune into the much anticipated announcement at 11:05 a.m.
The mayor of New York City responds to the question of whether he would run for president by dismissing his chances at victory
The author of "The Black Swan," book about risk and probability theory, said failure to predict the crash of 2008 has discredited the treasury secretary and other leading voices
The education secretary says "Waiting for Superman" is a shocking wake-up call to reform the nation's schools
On health care, energy, tobacco, and education, Melody Barnes says Obama policies have been "transformative."
Attorney Gloria Allred spices up California's gubernatorial race by floating accusations against Meg Whitman by the candidate's former housekeeper, an illegal immigrant
John Raese uses the phrase to hit Joe Manchin on coal, despite both candidates' allegiance to the industry
In a follow-up to Citizens United, the Supreme Court will determine what rights corporations have when they are defined as "people"
On Thursday, some of the Obama administration's most significant health care reforms went into place. For opponents of the law, they're a reminder of the work that is underway in courtrooms and on ballots across the country.
Representatives from both sides of the aisle struggle to figure out how to react to his satiric commentary, and eventually glimpse some straightforward concern for the plight of migrant workers
After months of railing against the drilling ban, the senator uses unexpected leverage on the White House
After hedging on the politically charged Prop. 23, the GOP candidate for governor chooses to fly in the face of her party's establishment
The Senate votes today on the DISCLOSE Act, a campaign finance bill that was filibustered by Republicans this summer -- a fate that will likely be reprised
He touched on Iran, climate change, and religious intolerance, with an extended focus on the Arab-Israeli peace process