Former CEO and potential 2016 candidate calls Putin "charming and entertaining," yet hellbent on power.
Then leaves journalism award ceremony before any reporters can ask her questions.
Tapper: "I think it had very bad consequences, especially for Israel."
Whitehouse: Global warming "an issue that Republicans just haven’t been able to deal with at all."
"It’s going to take him a while to find his sea legs but I think he will. He’s a smart guy.”
Plus: Trump gets swarmed at CPAC, while he and Fiorina both beat Christie.
Rep. Brat sees stripped Senate bill as a "problem": "There’s one that we want to go to conference – that’s the goal."
Says he advised Obama against taking on healthcare reform early in his first term.
“What’s the point of having a Republican Party if it’s only going to become a second liberal party in Washington, D.C.?"
Nominee must heal divisions after “the most partisan president of the modern era” leaves office, he says.
Former Homeland Security secretary says “operational control” of the southern border is “unattainable.”
Plus: Cruz on the current Obamacare strategy.
"Your tax dollars may kick in for the cost of their hairstylists, makeup artists and wardrobe consultants."
Also notes he entered office "with the fewest assets... Seriously. I assume they were talking financial, not other."
NRCC chairman: “There’s a reason a member acts the way they act. They got elected to represent the people in their district."
Talks at D.C. premiere about what a privilege it was to play Chris Kyle.
Also hits at foreign policy, blaming "the Republican war in Iraq" for current chaos.
Another called on Congress to aim higher than Obama's favored $10.10 minimum wage rate.
“In the spirit of Dr. King, we’re asking you to help us again in big ways and small..."
Plus: The time the former Bush chief of staff got into bed with his boss' parents.
Steve Israel's current book dedicated to Cheney, while next one to parody conservatives and guns.
On Hillary 2016: “She’s a woman. I think that she has played a courageous and a really important role as a first lady. I’m not so sure."
Sanchez: “There are a lot of Latinos in everybody’s districts now, and I think they can’t ignore that growing voice."
“It exalts the powers of corporations over their employees," says Constitutional Accountability Center scholar.
Former ambassador to China says Sony shouldn't have pulled The Interview.