No eye-catching achievement at State. No signature doctrine. No strategy.
Those are just some of the buzzwords and phrases national Republicans are going to be using when describing Hillary Clinton's soon-to-be-out memoir "Hard Choices" and her time as America's top diplomat. Full storyFollow @Crossfire
At 6:30pm ET, Newt Gingrich and Stephanie Cutter are joined by Neera Tanden of Center for American Progress and David Bossie of Citizens United for a debate.
Are Hillary's Republican critics helping or hurting her potential 2016 plans?
S.E. Cupp asks who the Democrats have besides Hillary Clinton, in case she doesn't run. Hilary Rosen debates with Kevin Madden.
Is GOP too far right?
S.E. Cupp and Kevin Madden get into a heated debate whether the Republican Party is too far right and the internal civil war.
Cutter: Sasse too impractical & extreme
Stephanie Cutter says Nebraska GOP Senate candidate Ben Sasse's comments are outrageous impractical extremism.
At 6:30pm ET S.E. Cupp and Stephanie Cutter host a debate on CNN with Democratic strategist Hilary Rosen and Republican strategist Kevin Madden.
But we want you to weigh in too: Is the Tea Party getting stronger or weaker?
Here's what Stephanie thinks:
Bill Kristol of the Weekly Standard says Gov. Mike Huckabee would beat Gov. Christie right now for the Republican nomination. Do you agree with him?
Tonight on Crossfire: New Jersey Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno on Monday called allegations that she issued an ultimatum to Hoboken's mayor to support a redevelopment plan backed by Gov. Chris Christie or lose Superstorm Sandy recovery aid "false" and "illogical." Read the full story.
At 6:30pm ET. Democratic strategist Hilary Rosen and Conservative editor for the Weekly Standard Bill Kristol, debate the "she said-she said" developments in the New Jersey scandals with S.E. Cupp and Van Jones.
We want you to weigh in: Do you think Chris Christie should step down as Chairman of the RGA?
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?