Ebony magazine finds itself in the hot seat for a series of covers dedicated to slain teenager Trayvon Martin.
When 239 people disappear on an airliner, who takes the hot seat?
Geithner, in particular, was on the hot seat as he faced questions from the House Oversight and Government Regulation Committee.
McKay again graced the hot seat this week, when he testified before the House—next to four executives from rival oil companies.
A SarahPAC staffer described Recher as “being in the hot seat,” although he is still employed by the PAC.
"The hot seat" had set some sort of record, not only for Broadway longevity, but for audience frenzy.
"I really didn't expect you to get tickets for 'The hot seat,'" she said.
Shaking his head over this flimsy structure of logic, he headed down to "The hot seat."
There was just a touch of hauteur as he said: "We'll see 'hot seat'."
Mosby grunted deep disgust, looked over his shoulder toward the hot seat, looked again at Bennington.