Reps. Aaron Schock and Xavier Becerra debate whether a special committee is needed in the Benghazi investigation.
Becerra refuses to commit Dems to Benghazi Probe
Newt Gingrich presses Rep. Xavier Becerra whether Democrats will be involved in the next Benghazi probe.
Gingrich outraged over fundraising on Veteran deaths
Newt Gingrich is outraged a Democratic representative is raising money over the VA deaths.
House Republicans are unlikely to bend to Democratic demands for more equity in the structure of a select committee to investigate the Benghazi terror attack, a GOP source familiar with the matter told CNN.
The House was set to vote on creating the panel later in the day that, at this point, would include seven Republicans and five Democrats.
House Speaker John Boehner called that division fair on Thursday at a briefing with reporters, and said he had spoken with Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi about her party's concerns.
Boehner said of the conversation that he "made clear that this is a serious investigation, that we wanted to work together to get to the truth." FULL STORY.
Is the Benghazi investigation a worthwhile use of taxpayer money?
S.E. Cupp and Van Jones debate the crisis in Russia and Ukraine and Cupp argues former Sec. of State Hillary Clinton started this debacle.
Wolfowitz urges Obama to cancel G8 trip
Former Deputy Defense Secretary, Paul Wolfowitz urges President Obama to not attend G8 summit.
Despite talks between ministers from both sides, a key Ukrainian figure offered little indication Tuesday that there's been movement away from the brink of war threatening to embroil his Eastern European nation. FULL STORY
At 6:30pm ET on Crossfire: Former Presidential candidate Howard Dean and former Deputy Secretary of State Paul Wolfowitz join S.E. Cupp and Van Jones to debate the crisis in Ukraine.
We want you to weigh in: Is President Obama underestimating Vladimir Putin?
On Crossfire, Van Jones responds to Ted Nugent's controversial comments about President Obama in which he refers to him as a "subhuman mongrel."
Does raising the minimum wage cost jobs?
Van Jones and S.E. Cupp debate the Democrats' plan to raise the minimum wage and whether or not it will cost the U.S. jobs.
Dean: I'm not gambling with 16.5 million people
S.E. Cupp suggests that raising the minimum wage would be gambling with the U.S. economy, Gov. Dean responds.
During the Final Question, S.E. Cupp and Governor Howard Dean discussed the winner of the Gallup poll "Most Admirable Woman of 2013," Hillary Clinton.
Our guests, Hilary Rosen and Kevin Madden, named their top admirable votes and of course, 2016 popped up. Cupp's reaction to the possibility of President Gillibrand is priceless.
Also, on Crossfire: Minimum wage wars
Howard Dean, S.E. Cupp, Hilary Rosen & Kevin Madden debate raising the minimum wage.
Who were you siding with during the debate? Weigh in below.
Former Gov. Howard Dean says the delays with Obamacare could cause the mandates and deadlines to change.
Dean appeared on Crossfire with former Rep. Chris Chocola and hosts Newt Gingrich and Van Jones.
President Obama wants you to sign up for health insurance, but some people still aren't buying.
As technical issues continue to plague the sign-up process, health insurance executives met with White House officials to address the problems.
Former Vermont Governor Howard Dean and Former Rep. Chris Chocola of Indiana join Newt Gingrich and Van Jones in the Crossfire at 6:30pm ET Wednesday to debate Obamacare and whether or not there is a "plan B."
Dean, a medical doctor and former head of the Democratic party, supports Obamacare. Chocola, the president of conservative group Club for Growth, is critical of the law.
We want you to weigh in: Is it okay for the White House to host insurance executives behind closed doors?