His lawyer agrees the 1993 World Trade Center plotter should be imprisoned but thinks human contact would pose no threat.
How an Illinois congressional race became ground zero for the national gun debate. Bloomberg is investing $1 million to beat NRA allies.
Dorner's "best friend" in the Navy recalls a "happy, bubbly, smiley" officer. A "man's man" with few traces of the anger that drove a murderous spree.
During Jack Lew's confirmation hearing, Sen. Richard Burr distanced himself from ancestor who killed the treasury secretary.
Obama's Treasury Secretary nominee defends himself during his confirmation hearing.
The ABC anchor has previously been accused of being drunk during newscasts. After the State of the Union address, she referenced Japanese performance art.
And then, like now, everyone talked about the first lady's clothes. JFK talked about jobs, the economy, and weapons
Some said her dress looked like a little girl's holiday get-up. But those toned arms!
Covert CIA hits are getting "bigger, badder, and more frequent."
SuperPAC founder that boycotted Super Bowl halftime show thinks Bey is in the Illuminati, but "probably a very nice lady."
"If you look at Beyonce and this Jay-Z fellow, it's been pretty much in praise and celebration of the modern criminal police state," the founder says.
After Maddow highlights an ad attacking Debbie Halvorson, the candidate and former Congresswoman responds sharply.
Under attack from Bloomberg, Rep. Debbie Halvorson tells BuzzFeed she speaks to both sides of gun debate.
"I started jumping up and down and screaming," says Brown's Kirkland.
"By far the hottest topic of the moment." Ignore it and it won't go away.
People aren't quite as excited as they were in 2008. Luckily, Bey is singing the national anthem.
The new "gun nuts": media elites, locavores, and hipster hunters.
On the third anniversary of the quake, a look back at what the U.S. government spent aid dollars on. A jungle gym and deep fat fryer?