An Asian woman is speaking in Pete Hoekstra's campaign ad that aired on Super Bowl Sunday, facetiously thanking Stabenow for encouraging federal spending.
Hold Debbie Stabenow accountable for her reckless spending.
U.S. Senate candidate Pete Hoekstra has been accused of racism for a campaign ad against Michigan's incumbent senator, Debbie Stabenow. The ad features a young Asian woman riding a bicycle through a rice paddy – speaking broken English – and mocking Stabenow. Politico's Maggie Haberman reports.
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US President Barack Obama speaks on jobs for veterans February 3, 2012 at Fire Station #5 in Arlington, Virginia.
TODAY's Matt Lauer sits down exclusively with President Obama, who talks about the violence in Syria and the challenge of having a family life on the public stage.
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U.S. Republican presidential candidate and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney speaks at a campaign rally at Springs Fabrication on Saturday in Colorado Springs, Colo.
Reacting to his projected win in the Nevada Caucuses, Mitt Romney talks to supporters about the "misguided policies" and "broken promises" of the Obama administration and that with his campaign, "things must get better."
Mark Murray and Domenico Montanaro look back at the busy week leading up to the Nevada caucus. Romney wins Florida, has a slip of the tongue, and then Donald Trump endorses him.
Moody's Analytics' Mark Zandi explains the latest jobs report and says the numbers released are unambiguously positive.
Speaking in Arlington, Va., President Obama urged Congress to keep the recovery going by extending the payroll tax cut, and to pass his veterans' employment plan.
As the Republican presidential race moves to Nevada, which holds its caucus Saturday, frontrunner Mitt Romney says he "misspoke" when talking about poor Americans in a CNN interview. NBC's Peter Alexander reports.