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January 24th, 2014
09:06 PM ET

Does Obama have a millennial problem?

Crossfire hosts Stephanie Cutter and S.E. Cupp look toward upcoming political battles with pollsters Kellyanne Conway and Joel Benenson.

Who will win 2014, 2016?
Our pollsters debate which party is in shape for the upcoming elections.

Pollsters give advice to Dems, GOP

Republican Kellyanne Conway and Democrat Joel Benenson suggest advice to for their respective parties in order to position themselves best.

In the Crossfire: the battle of the pollsters
January 24th, 2014
04:55 PM ET

In the Crossfire: the battle of the pollsters

Tonight on Crossfire, what are voters thinking? What party is getting their message across and who's struggling?

At 6:30pm ET. President Obama's pollster Joel Benenson, and Kellyanne Conway, who polls for Republican candidates. S.E. Cupp and Stephanie Cutter will host the debate.

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We want you to weigh in on tonight’s Fireback question: Do you agree with Gov. Huckabee’s controversial comments?

Vote by tweeting Yes or No using #Crossfire or comment on our Facebook post. View results below or through our Poptip results page.

January 24th, 2014
11:58 AM ET

The Crossfire live Facebook debate with Gingrich & Jones

With President Obama's State of the Union Address coming up, Van Jones and Newt Gingrich want to hear your thoughts on what he should say.

Please join them NOW on theCrossfire Facebook page today, January 27 at 3pm ET. You can live chat with Newt and Van about your expectations for the President's annual address.

They will take questions and respond to your comments, it may just turn into a little debate.

Related story: WH adviser: Obama prepared to use bully pulpit

(CNN) – White House senior adviser Dan Pfeiffer said President Barack Obama's plan to take more action in 2014-even without congressional approval-shouldn't be considered a threat to lawmakers on Capitol Hill.

"I don't think it's confrontational. It's 'Let's find areas to work together,'" he said Sunday on CNN's "State of the Union." "There are some items right before Congress we can do together." Read the full story.

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