Yesterday Kerry said goodbye to the Senate in a wide-ranging speech on partisan gridlock, comity, the media, money in politics, and what made him love public service.
After grilling Secretary of State Hilary Clinton yesterday for the Benghazi attack, Sen. Ron Johnson pivots his attention to Hillary’s likely successor, John Kerry, at his confirmation hearing. UPDATE: Kerry v. Rand Paul
Watch this back-and-forth barrage between Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
The American Future Fund charges that Hagel has a history of unethical behavior a week before his Senate hearing to become the next Secretary of Defense.
Crossroads GPS tries to stir up fear that the President revealed his true “liberal” self in his second Inaugural speech. If Obama loses his hold of the moderate vote he gained in the election, his use of the bully pulpit in the second term will be threatened.
“I want to take a look one more time. I’m not going to see this again.”
The National Rifle Association asks, “Are the President’s children more important than yours?” UPDATE: WH calls the ad “repugnant and cowardly.”
Check out Coke’s new commercial to reduce the country’s waistband.
“When the President does it, that means that it is not illegal.”
This morning on NBC’s Today Show, Chris Christie reacted to being on the brand new cover of TIME. The full cover story will be available on time.com later today and on newsstands Friday.
A debate on gun control quickly becomes heated
Wiping tears from his eyes, President Barack Obama urged the nation to “come together” in the wake of a shooting that left more than two dozen people dead, many of them children, Friday morning at a Connecticut elementary school.
As we ready ourselves to greet some new elected officials, we must also say goodbye to some memorable words and phrases. Check out TIME’s highlight reel.