Crossfire host Van Jones suggests that new voter ID laws passed in North Carolina puts people in the lower income bracket at a disadvantage. Governor Pat McCrory (R-NC) responds to Van's claims.
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.
President Obama said, "I'm going to be seeking Republicans who are game to work with us." But will he find those people in red states or blue states?
At 6:30pm ET, Governor Rick Perry (R-TX) and Governor Pat Quinn (D-IL) will join Van Jones and Newt Gingrich to debate who has the better plan to run this country.
We want you to weigh in: Which states are working more effectively for Americans?
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?
There are fires in Kiev, chaos in the Middle East and challenges at home and abroad, but is the biggest threat to our national security... something else?
Saying that climate change ranks among the world's most serious problems - such as disease outbreaks, poverty, terrorism and the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction - U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry called on all nations to respond to "the greatest challenge of our generation." FULL STORY
In the Crossfire, State Department Adviser Joe Cirincione and The Weekly Standard Editor Bill Kristol join Van Jones and Newt Gingrich to debate.
Gingrich has already been outspoken on the issue, calling for Kerry's resignation over Twitter.
We want you to weigh in: Secretary Kerry says climate change is 'perhaps the most fearsome weapon of mass destruction.' Do you agree?