Was releasing Bergdahl the right call?
Van Jones and S.E. Cupp debate whether it was the right call to release Sgt. Bergdahl with Sens. Whitehouse & Hoeven.
Clean air at what cost?
Jones and S.E. Cupp debate the EPA's newest announcement with the Senators.
Cupp outraged: topless Instagram protest?
S.E. Cupp outraged that Scout Willis bares all for a "topless Instagram protest."
Newt Gingrich says Karl Rove was wrong for insinuating Hillary Clinton had a brain injury. Sens. Kaine and Graham debate.
Cutter presses Graham on climate change
Stephanie Cutter asks Sen. Lindsey Graham if he agrees with Marco Rubio's latest comments on climate change.
Alec Baldwin arrest angers Gingrich
Newt Gingrich is outraged that Alec Baldwin was arrested for riding his bike on the wrong side of the road.
Bill Nye the Science Guy debates climate change with Nick Loris of the Heritage foundation, S.E. Cupp and Van Jones.
Cupp: should we all just be vegetarians then?
S.E. Cupp challenges Bill Nye the Science Guy on climate change by asking if everyone should be vegetarians.
Cupp takes on Hillary Clinton on guns
S.E. Cupp is outraged that Hillary Clinton was fear-mongering on guns in her latest speech.
Climate change is here and will only worsen. Get used to more flooding, wildfires and drought, depending on where you live. Cities and states across America already are spending lots of money to respond.
Those are the take-home messages of a new White House report released Tuesday that is part of President Barack Obama's second-term effort to prepare the nation for the impacts of a changing climate such as rising sea levels and increasingly erratic weather.
The National Climate Assessment update said evidence of human-made climate change "continues to strengthen" and that "Americans are noticing changes all around them."
"Climate change is not a distant threat," said John Holdren, who directs the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy. "It already is affecting every region of the country and key sectors of the economy." FULL STORY
At 6:30pm ET, Bill Nye the Science Guy debates with Nick Loris of the Heritage Foundation. S.E. Cupp and Van Jones will host the debate.
We want you to weigh in: Is climate change a threat to America’s national security?
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?
In this episode of Crossfire, Dr. David Kreutzer of the Heritage Foundation and Navin Nayak of League of Conservation Voters, debate the link between carbon dioxide emissions and climate change.
Who were you siding with during the debate?
The bitter cold that a "polar vortex" is pushing into much of the United States is not just another winter storm. It's the coldest in 20 years in many areas, and breaking some records. Full story here.
How far below zero does it have to get to cool off the global warming debate?
Tonight Van Jones and Newt Gingrich host Crossfire with guests Navin Nayak, who wants climate change legislation and David Kreutzer, who's against it.
Besides the freezing cold weather, another topic on many Americans' minds is the college football BCS National Championship game where Auburn squares off against Florida State. Who do you think will win?