The government-sponsored "cash for clunkers" program produces tangible results, but Republicans slam it for being too effective.
Fox News plants the seed, a viewer pollinates the point, and an outrage-generating ecosystem is created.
Ronald Kessler delivers presidential gossip from his interviews with former Secret Service agents.
If Barack Obama doesn't secure a health care bill, the uninsured fat lady will be singing.
Chuck Grassley muddles the King Arthur legend to prove his point on expensive health care reform.
Henry Waxman's goal of health care reform is simple, but the solutions turn it into a morbidly obese bill.
Sonia Sotomayor is confirmed as America's newest Supreme Court justice, but John McCain doesn't think her excellent resume and inspiring life story qualifies her.
Ayatollah Khomeini allows Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to be president, but no more with the kissing.
Enraged Americans use town hall meetings to voice their anger over the health care process, and Sarah Palin speaks out against Obama's plan to kill her baby.
Sam Bee fights for private death panels, John Oliver believes in universal death panels, and Aasif Mandvi wants whatever scares the public most.
In this complete, unedited interview, Austan Goolsbee explains why America's long-term fiscal deficit looks worse than it did two years ago.
Austan Goolsbee outlines President Obama's solution to America's deeply flawed health care system in this complete, unedited interview.
Supporters swoon as Obama sells his health care plan, and an emotionally charged woman becomes Sean Hannity's new Joe the Plumber.
John Oliver enlists the help of a former convict to convince business students to sign an ethics oath.
Jeff Sharlet sheds light on the connection between fundamentalism and power in a secretive cult called the Family.
If only the ailing Glenn Beck, 16 months ago, had received the health care he's raving about today.
Dick Cheney works on his memoir, Karl Rove writes beat poetry, and Alberto Gonzales loses touch with President Bush.
Being prohibited from eating bugs on an island with Lou Diamond Phillips isn't even the halfway point on Rod Blagojevich's quest for rock bottom.
Obama needs to stay on message with health care reform like the Bush administration did when they sold Americans the Iraq war.
Cable news polls might not reflect public opinion so much as the ability of viewers to repeat the ideas they just heard.
Wyatt Cenac exercises his constitutional rights to vote, drink and bring his gun to a health care reform rally.
CNN delivers the news like a 12-year-old girl in a new segment called, "Just Sayin'."
Barney Frank confronts a name-calling protester at a health care reform town hall meeting.
Fox News turns into the liberal media by defending protesters, criticizing the president and shoving its values down America's throat.
In this complete, unedited interview, Betsy McCaughey supports health care for uninsured Americans, but opposes a $500 billion Medicare cut to pay for it.
Betsy McCaughey claims the health care bill forces doctors to choose between patients' interests and government penalties in this complete, unedited interview.
Voter turnout in the Afghan election is low due to Taliban threats to cut off fingers with ink on them.
Americans trade in their Ford Explorers, banks profit from overdraft fees, and 90% of U.S. money has cocaine on it.