TIME’s Rana Foroohar explains the spending cuts that go into effect on March 1st and whether they can be averted.
Presidents’ Day with TIME’s Nancy Gibbs and Michael Duffy
Check out TIME’s Michael Duffy and Nancy Gibbs today on Morning Joe.
Mark Sanford Releases First Ad, Asks for Second Chance
Former Gov. Mark Sanford appeals to the “God of second chances” in his bid for South Carolina’s first congressional district.
Elizabeth Warren Puts Financial Regulators on Trial
Senator Elizabeth Warren shows she’s a firebrand in her first banking committee hearing.
Bloomberg Picks Gun Control as Key to Illinois Special Election
Robin Kelly, a former Cook County Administrator, gets a big boost from a billionaire for being on his side on the gun control debate.
TIME’s Mark Thompson on Obama’s Defense Secretary Debacle
PBS NewsHour invites TIME’s Mark Thompson to explain the debacle surrounding Chuck Hagel, Obama’s nominee for Defense Secretary.
Watch: President Obama’s Google Plus Hangout About The State of the Union
President Barack Obama discussed his State of the Union address during a Google+ Hangout today.
Marco Rubio’s Gulpgate
Sen. Marco Rubio had a dry mouth during the Republican Address to the Nation, leading to an awkward, off-screen grab for a Poland Spring bottle. UPDATE: Rubio responds.
“They Deserve a Vote”
In the most emotional moment of the State of the Union, President Obama proclaimed that the families of the victims of gun violence “deserve a vote” in Congress on a gun control bill.
Shoe Thrown at Iran President in Cairo
Ahmadinejad is the first Iranian President to visit Egypt since Tehran’s 1979 Islamic revolution.
Ten Years Since Colin Powell Presented Case for Iraq War
On February 5, 2003, Secretary of State Colin Powell went to the U.N. to present the American case to go to war with Iraq.
Doughnut Drollery with New Jersey Governor Chris Christie
Christie went on Letterman for the first time last night; showed he is comfortable with his bulging waistline.
Inhofe Asks Hagel Why Iran Endorses His Nomination
Senator Jim Inhofe (R-OK) asks Chuck Hagel when he stopped beating his wife during the SecDef confirmation hearing.