During the Final Question, S.E. Cupp and Governor Howard Dean discussed the winner of the Gallup poll "Most Admirable Woman of 2013," Hillary Clinton.
Our guests, Hilary Rosen and Kevin Madden, named their top admirable votes and of course, 2016 popped up. Cupp's reaction to the possibility of President Gillibrand is priceless.
Also, on Crossfire: Minimum wage wars
Howard Dean, S.E. Cupp, Hilary Rosen & Kevin Madden debate raising the minimum wage.
Who were you siding with during the debate? Weigh in below.
A soaring stock market, minimum wage wars, and 1.3 million Americans dumped from unemployment benefits.
In the Crossfire tonight, Republican strategist Kevin Madden and Democratic strategist Hilary Rosen join S.E. Cupp and guest host Howard Dean for a debate. Which party wins when the economy is issue number one?
We want you to weigh in: Who is to blame for the widening income gap?
Our host on the right, S.E. Cupp, critiques President Obama's Affordable Care Act and Democrats who are still defending it. Cupp continues, "The first step for any addict is admitting you have a problem."
WATCH: The GOP in 2014?
Cupp also asks conservative commentator Will Cain if the GOP will be more concerned with winning elections than standing for its principles.
They were joined by Marc Lamont Hill and Neera Tanden on the left, and discussed a variety of political issues that Democrats and Republicans will be facing in 2014, including Obamacare and the debt ceiling.
How bad is Obamacare?
On Crossfire, Marc Lamont Hill, Will Cain, S.E. Cupp and Neera Tanden spar over new Obamacare enrollment numbers.
GOP's lessons learned from shutdown
On Crossfire, Marc Lamont Hill asks Will Cain what the Republicans learned from shutdown standoff.
Looking beyond the holidays, where are the political battle lines for 2014? Who should we keep our eyes on? What will be the biggest issues?
In the Crossfire tonight, conservative commentator Will Cain and former Obama adviser Neera Tanden join S.E. Cupp and guest host Marc Lamont Hill for a debate.
We want you to weigh in: Do you think Obamacare will be the biggest issue of the 2014 midterm elections?
In a conversation with Van Jones and Newt Gingrich, political strategists Penny Lee and John Feehery look ahead to 2014 and discuss what President Obama and Republicans need to accomplish.
When asked what President Obama's New Year's resolution should be, Lee offered "no more selfies with world leaders," while Feehery suggested that he appears "at least once on 'Duck Dynasty.'"
Citing economic progress and other achievements, President Barack Obama on Friday rejected the contention that 2013 was the worst year of his presidency. FULL STORY
The President gave a very optimistic outlook for 2014. "We head into next year with an economy that's stronger than it was at the start of the year," Obama said. "I firmly believe that 2014 can be a breakthrough year for America."
Republican strategist John Feehery and Democratic strategist Penny Lee join hosts Van Jones and Newt Gingrich for a debate about President Obama's next year.
We want you to weigh in: Will 2014 be a better or worse year for President Obama?
Tonight on Crossfire, guests Penny Young Nance & LZ Granderson spar over A&E's decision to suspend Duck Dynasty's Phil Robertson over comments he made about race and homosexuality.
Do you agree with A&E's decision or is Robertson expressing freedom of speech? Comment below.
Is this man simply expressing his beliefs or spewing bigotry?
Either way, Phil Robertson, the patriarch in A&E's "Duck Dynasty," won't be duck calling on air anytime soon. The network suspended him after he made controversial remarks about gays and blacks in a magazine interview. FULL STORY.
CNN contributor LZ Granderson and CEO of Concerned Women for America Penny Young Nance are in the #Crossfire, joining hosts Newt Gingrich and Van Jones at 6:30pm ET.
We want you to weigh in: Was it right for A&E to suspend ‘Duck Dynasty’ star over his comments?