Hot Mic

“If I didn’t have a primary, I wouldn’t care,” the congressman said while asking for the chance to speak at a news conference.
The president was caught on mic in a few unscripted moments.
NBC's broadcast picked up the intriguing declaration in an otherwise dull game.
Game changers? No. Embarrassing? Sure. But instead of a process story about an unforced error that did not affect any substantive narrative, don't we deserve to have the media focus on substance?
Chris Wallace confronts John Kerry with a hot mic moment
Lindsay Nadrich of KHQ Spokane is the latest reporter to find herself in the viral spotlight, and not for reasons she would prefer. After fumbling her words during a report on strawberries for a local Fox affiliate, Nadrich dropped a double F-bomb. When the segment broadcast, the profanity-laced take was aired and then cut quickly back to the in-studio anchor, whose reaction was as priceless as they come.
CORRECTION: A previous version of this story misidentified KHQ as WHQ. KHQ is an NBC affiliate in Spokane, but also tapes
"Dmitry Medvedev has repeatedly been [caught making] emotional comments, which he has later regretted. In this situation