In what was billed as a speech on the economy, former Texas Governor Rick Perry delivered remarks to the National Press Club yesterday with some startling observations about the Republican...
Below is an excerpt from Naomi Klein's remarks delivered at a press conference introducing “People and Planet First: the Imperative to Change Course,” a high-level meeting being held at the Vatican this week to explore Laudato Si’, Pope...Show More Summary
Mr. Trump’s remarks, delivered while announcing his candidacy to be America’s next president, managed to galvanize the disparate populations of Mexico, both social and political.
NBCUniversal delivered a message to Donald Trump over his recent remarks regarding immigrants: "You're fired."
President Barack Obama delivered the eulogy of the Rev. Clementa Pinckney, the South Carolina state senator killed during a Bible study last week at Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, and at the conclusion of his remarks, sang the negro spiritual "Amazing Grace."
Tonight I'm joined by Academy Award winner Kathy Bates. Throughout her remarkable career, she has delivered a number of iconic performances, including her breakthrough role in the 1990 film Misery and, more recently, her scene-stealing turn in the FX show American Horror Story. Show More Summary
Tonight I'm joined by Academy Award-winner Kathy Bates. Throughout her remarkable career, she has delivered a number of iconic performances, including her breakthrough role in the 1990 film Misery, and more recently, her scene-stealing turn in the FX show American Horror Story. Show More Summary
President Barack Obama was delivering remarks at an LGBT Pride Month reception at the White House Wednesday afternoon when a transgender woman interrupted him, shouting “President Obama, release all LGBTQ immigrants from detention!"Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton is planning to visit the Ferguson, Missouri, area on Tuesday and deliver remarks in the shadow of a city scarred by the fatal shooting of an unarmed black 18-year-old by a white police officer. The Democratic presidential contender is due to make a campaign stop in Florissant, a...
Hillary Clinton delivered her “boldest remarks yet on race and gun violence, topics that have quickly become some of the most prominent and divisive in the presidential campaign, particularly after Wednesday’s mass shooting in Charleston, S.C.,” the New York Times [...]
Last night Hillary Clinton delivered a powerful call for Americans to stand up and really work at the race issues that bedevil this country. Speaking to the US Conference of Mayors, Clinton was blunt, and her remarks were not limited...Show More Summary
President Barack Obama is scheduled to deliver remarks at the U.S. Conference of Mayors in San Francisco on Friday, June 19. Live coverage of the event will begin at approximately 5:15 p.m. ET.
President Barack Obama noted he has “had to make statements like this too many times” when he delivered remarks on Thursday about the nine people who were killed in a mass shooting at a Charleston, South Carolina black historical church. He specified the role the nation’s gun laws play in this
Barack Obama today performed what has become a common ritual in his term in office: the president comes to the White House press room to deliver solemn remarks upon the occasion of a mass shooting, trying to channel Americans’ emotions and bring whatever measure of healing he can. But — in remarks that came shortly […]
Today, at the White House, President Obama delivered some remarks about the shooting in Charleston. After expressing condolences to the...
President Obama on Thursday delivered remarks on the shooting at Charleston's Emanuel A.M.E. Church that killed nine people. The suspect, Dylann Roof, 21, has been arrested. Here is the full text of his remarks: Good afternoon, everybody. This morning, I spoke with and Vice President Biden spoke with Mayor Joe Riley and other leaders at […]
President Obama just delivered remarks about the mass shooting in Charleston, South Carolina. They start at 59:00 minutes in. Watch:
President Barack Obama is scheduled to deliver remarks on the shooting at a black church in Charleston, South Carolina that left nine people dead. Live coverage of the event will begin at approximately 11:45 a.m. ET.
Donald Trump announced Tuesday that he's running for president. Here are his remarks as delivered. (They vary pretty substantially from the copy of prepared remarks sent to reporters.) TRUMP: Wow. Whoa. That is some group of people. Thousands. So nice, thank you very much. That's really nice. Thank you. It's great to be at Trump […]
The podcasting gods sure had fun with this one. Jerod Morris and Jon Nastor set out to create an episode about delivering a more remarkable audio experience to your audience … and then had to unexpectedly jump through every possible hoop to actually do it. Show More Summary