John McTernan believes he knows what's responsible for Hurricane Sandy, and it's not climate science.
Mitt Romney chose the final moments of this week's hurricane-shortened convention for what was arguably his best outing of the 2012 campaign. Too bad convention planners put actor-slash-legend Clint Eastwood up on the same night, to slash and burn his way through a bit of theater that would've done Samuel Beckett proud. The "Left, Right & Center" panelists discuss the ramifications on this week's episode.
Hurricane Isaac made landfall in Louisiana on Tuesday evening as a Category 1 storm, bringing with it wind gusts that reached speeds of up to 106 miles per hour off the state's southeast coast. It then headed back out into the Gulf and is now barreling toward New Orleans on the eve of the seventh anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.
President Obama has declared a state of emergency in Louisiana as Isaac, a tempest of wind and water barreling toward the Gulf Coast and New Orleans, has been upgraded to hurricane status.
A look at the day's political happenings, including first day highlights of the Republican National Convention and Mark Sanford makes wedding plans.
There is nothing Republicans would rather the American people forget more than George W. Bush, who doesn’t even have a bit-part at the GOP convention opening in Tampa. But W’s ghost may be there, anyway.
Mitt Romney and the Republican National Convention are being buffeted by a force outside their control: the weather. Tropical Storm Isaac already has caused the GOP to cancel Monday's opening events in Tampa, Fla., and it's not finished yet.
Missouri congressman and Senate hopeful Todd Akin's ideas on abortion in rape cases dominated the political conversation this week when the Romney campaign was just hitting its stride on the issues it wants to talk about: the cost of Obamacare and a lagging economy. The "Left, Right & Center" commentators give their take on these matters and more in the show's latest installment.
A look at the day's political happenings, including Bill Maher's advice to Todd Akin on rape and abortion, and Bill Nye's advice to parents about creationism.