By David Gregory, NBC News anchor
"The buck stops with me." That was not a quote from AIG CEO Edward Liddy, but from President Obama. The president, after admonishing congress weeks ago "not to govern in anger" has, himself, let his emotions show saying today he isn't interested in quelling the anger about AIG bonuses. There are multiple angles to this story and we are following them all tonight as I sit in for Brian: CEO Liddy's testimony on Capitol Hill, the question of who in the government knew about the bonuses and when and lastly what this means politically for the president. Mr. Obama has left the furor in the capital for California where he will stage a town hall meeting. He leaves behind a series questions about the effectiveness of his secretary of Treasury and what all of this does to his efforts to save the banking system which still needs a great deal of money. Has AIG used up what remained of the president's political capital? Steve Liesman also brings up to date on a dramatic step the Fed took today to help the housing market. And finally, would you go see a classic Broadway story...in spanish? We hope to see you later for Nightly News.