Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton defended the fact she's reportedly made $5 million in speaking fees since leaving the State Department in early 2013 by arguing that her family "came out of the White House not only dead broke but in debt."
Pressed by ABC's Diane Sawyer in a clip of an interview that will air in full on Monday night, Clinton added that her family had "no money" when they left the White House more than a dozen years ago and "struggled to piece together the resources for mortgages for houses, for Chelsea's education." Full storyFollow @Crossfire
At 6:30pm ET, S.E. Cupp and guest host Paul Begala are joined by Tracy Sefl of Ready for Hillary and Tim Miller, who is the co-author of "Failed Choices," a response to Hillary's new book.
Was Hillary Clinton an effective Secretary of State?
Reps. Barbara Lee and Andy Harris debate raising the minimum wage with Newt Gingrich and Van Jones.
Jones: Give the President some credit on the economy!
Van Jones says the GOP is not giving Obama any credit on the economy, Newt debates.
Gingrich: Sell the Clippers to the fans!
Newt Gingrich argues that the Clippers should be sold to the fans instead of another billionaire.
Jones outraged 200 girls kidnapped by terrorists
Van Jones is outraged that about 200 Nigerian girls have been kidnapped by terrorists and no one seems to care.
The U.S. economy added 288,000 jobs in April, the strongest month for job growth in two years, the Department of Labor said Friday. That number blew away economists' forecasts, and stocks rose following the news, although they have since fallen back.
The oft-quoted unemployment rate fell to 6.3%, down from 6.7% in March.
Also, today Mayor Ed Murray unveiled his proposal for a $15 minimum wage, a plan he said has broad support across the local government, business and labor communities.
Washington already has the nation's highest state-level minimum wage of $9.32. The Seattle proposal would be more than double the current federal minimum wage of $7.25.
Mayor Murray's plan would take effect over several years and apply first to some large businesses starting in 2017, and ultimately to all businesses by 2021. FULL STORY.
Is Obama leading the U.S. into a healthy economy? At 6:30pm ET on Crossfire, Rep. Barbara Lee (D-CA) and Rep. Andy Harris (R-CMD) go head-to-head in a debate joined by Newt Gingrich and Van Jones.
We want you to weigh in: Do you agree with the Seattle Mayor that the minimum wage should be raised to $15/hour?
Tonight on Crossfire, two governors square off for a classic debate on state vs. government rights. Governor Pat McCrory of North Carolina and Missouri Governor Jay Nixon will argue whether President Obama’s agenda is being frustrated by Republican governors.
We want you to weigh in: Which last name carries more baggage in 2016?
Texas governor Rick Perry spars with Illinois Governor Pat Quinn on raising the minimum wage.
Jones attacks red states, Perry defends
Gov. Rick Perry defends Texas against Van Jones' attack on red states.
Van Joes to Rick Perry: Aren't you living in a Texas mirage?
Van Jones questions Rick Perry on the jobs he is bringing to his state.
On tonight's Crossfire, Van Jones says to Chief Economist at the Heritage Foundation, Stephen Moore: You don't want a minimum wage, that makes you the radical! Ralph Nader and Newt Gingrich jump in.
What are your thoughts about raising the minimum wage?
Tonight on Crossfire, is it time Americans got a raise? The President and other Democrats say so, but will employers be able to afford it, or will it cost jobs?
At 6:30pm ET, economist Stephen Moore of Heritage and former Presidential candidate Ralph Nader join Newt Gingrich and Van Jones to debate.
We want you to weigh in: Do you think the minimum wage should be raised to $10.10 an hour?
Tonight on Crossfire, as we await the President’s big sales pitch, we’ll debate whether his agenda best for the middle class. Do Republicans have better ideas to get our economy moving?
At 6:30pm ET we have two sets of guests. First up will be Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) and Rep. Xavier Becerra (D-CA).
Later, Greg Walden, chair of the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) and Rep. Steve Israel, chair of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) join S.E. Cupp and Van Jones.
We want you to weigh in on tonight’s Fireback question: Is the state of our union strong?