Stephanie Cutter and S.E. Cupp host Crossfire tonight at 6:30pm ET. Tune in!
Hawaii Gov. Neil Abercrombie responds to Newt Gingrich's ideas on how the U.S. can break out of the economy.
Can Congress avoid another government shutdown? With end-of-the year deadlines fast approaching, is the battle over extending unemployment insurance putting an overall budget deal at risk? And if Congress is just punting on the tough issues again, what will the impact be back home?
In the Crossfire: Hawaii Governor Neil Abercrombie and former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty join Newt Gingrich and Van Jones tonight at 6:30pm ET.
We want you to weigh in: Do you support extending unemployment benefits for the long-term unemployed?
On Crossfire, Van Jones explains to former Maryland Gov. Bob Ehrlich how critics have been asking for years if Obama can recover.
Conservative columnist Bill Kristol tells Crossfire's Van Jones that he's living in an alternate universe if he thinks the Obama administration has been tough on Iran.
Trita Parsi and Cliff May debate the effectiveness of U.S. imposed sanctions on Iranian negotiations.
Now this is something you don't see everyday. Liberal Van Jones interviews conservative Newt Gingrich about his new book, Breakout. Gingrich defends his case on why America is poised for a Breakout, and Jones questions him on why liberals would care to read his newest book.
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You can get a copy of Breakout here.
(CNN) – Sen. Tim Scott is passing on throwing his support behind Lindsey Graham, his fellow South Carolina Republican senator, who faces four conservative primary challengers as he runs for re-election next year.
Instead, Scott, who was appointed to the Senate late last year, said he would focus on his own election next year.FULL STORY
Conservative strategist Ralph Reed says S.E. Cupp is out of step with the GOP by supporting same-sex marriage.