Paul Krugman on ABC Compares 'Centrist Moderate' Obama to 'Irrational' Tea Party

Columnist Paul Krugman was tactful as ever as a panelist on ABC's Sunday political talk show "This Week": "There are some seriously strange people running, thanks to the Tea Party."

Herszenhorn Finds 'Anger...Fury,' and Ignorant Republican Voters in Pennsylvania

Reporter David Herszenhorn finds anger and voter ignorance at only one end of the political spectrum, and has time for a fact-check of conservative claims: "The voters of Pennsylvania are angry at ...

George Stephanopoulos Parrots White House Talking Points, Demands Karl Rove Prove His Innocence

George Stephanopoulos adopted the "guilty until proven innocent" style of questioning on Tuesday and pressed strategist Karl Rove to prove that the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and other groups aren't ...

Despite Media Cheerleading, Most Americans Unhappy with Economy

New poll finds most weren't fooled by talk of 'green shoots' and 'silver linings.'

Hume Questions Undisclosed '08 Obama Donors in Light of W.H.'s Chamber Witch Hunt

Despite willingness to attack U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Obama still has unanswered questions about his campaign donors.

Today Show Asks – Is Monogamy Realistic?

Shrink defends monogamy in surprisingly good segment.

'Year of the Republican Woman' Sets Politico Spinning

Politico aids faltering female Dems candidates, highlighting their history making accomplishments.

Bob Woodruff's Hard-Hitting Expose of North Korea: New Dictator Likes Michael Jordan

Granted exclusive access to North Korea, Good Morning America's Bob Woodruff informed viewers that the incoming leader, Kim Jong Un, is "said to be a fan of basketball star Michael Jordan."

CBS's Rodriguez: 'Undignified' Obama 'Offering No Evidence' of GOP Taking Foreign Money

Grilling Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell on Monday's CBS Early Show, co-host Maggie Rodriguez questioned President Obama attacking Republicans over unproven claims of accepting foreign campaign ...

Matt Lauer Tries to Tie Paladino to Crime, Might Take Kids to Gay Pride Event

NBC's Matt Lauer questioned Carl Paladino on Monday's Today about his recent controversial remarks on homosexuality, and hinted that his comments might prompt "violence against homosexuals" and ...