CNN reminds viewers that texting while driving is dangerous and announces their new iPhone application for real-time traffic reports.
President Obama makes a case for the Olympics in Copenhagen, leading Republicans and the media to ask if he's ignoring more important issues.
Tea partiers give some advice to G20 Summit protesters: stay on message and get promoted by a major news outlet.
The Democrats' cap-and trade bill gives giant polluters a free pass, but even that's too strict for the Republicans.
Larry Wilmore performs magic tricks to show white people how to play the race card.
Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus praises the well-trained and incredibly patriotic men and women in uniform.
Jason Jones suggests a possible strategy for Afghanistan, in which giant, idling trucks surround the country.
David Gregory believes President Obama has no choice but to tell Republicans that government is the solution.
Part I: Janet Napolitano explains how she communicates with the 23 different departments that make up Homeland Security. Part II: Janet Napolitano says dealing with swine flu is much more straightforward than handling terrorism.
Barack Obama's critics don't think he deserves the Nobel Peace Prize, but he proves them wrong by bombing the moon.
Al Franken proposes getting rid of the old "it's OK if you get raped" clause in government contracts, but 30 Republicans object.
Barbara Ehrenreich says people can't boost their immune systems or attract wealth with positive thoughts.
It's a second chance to party like it's 1999 now that the stock market is exactly where it was 10 years ago.
Glenn Beck has to decide how much he trusts his government before getting the swine flu vaccine.
The RNC's new website features an American flag with hydraulics and Michael Steele's blog, "What Up."
Jennifer Burns can't explain why Ayn Rand's atheism is not much of an issue among conservatives today.
John McCain asks the government to stay away from the Internet with the Internet Freedom Act of 2009.
John Kerry bores Hamid Karzai into an election recount, and Dick Cheney objects to President Obama's dithering on Afghanistan.
Steven Levitt creates controversy by exploring prostitution and alternative solutions to global warming.