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?
Newt Gingrich's Outrage of the Day is that people are surprised President Putin is acting like a "stone cold killer."
Gingrich: Obama's weak foreign policy is the real problem
Sally Kohn and Newt Gingrich debate Obama's foreign policy on Russia with Larry Korb and Danielle Pletka.
Tonight on Crossfire, President Barack Obama said the United States is examining a series of economic and diplomatic steps to "isolate Russia," and he called on Congress to work with his administration on an economic assistance package for Ukraine. But Republicans think Obama is mishandling Russia. FULL STORY
At 6:30pm ET on Crossfire: Larry Korb, who supports the President, and Danielle Pletka, one of Obama's harshest critics, join Newt Gingrich and guest host Sally Kohn to debate the crisis in Ukraine.
We want you to weigh in: Who has a stronger hand in the Ukrainian crisis?
In light of recent terror threats, Crossfire's Newt Gingrich & Sally Kohn ask Rep. Adam Schiff and Sen. Ron Johnson if they would go to Sochi for the Olympic games.
Tonight on Crossfire, terror threats continue to put the Sochi Olympic games in jeopardy. Can we trust the Russians to keep our athletes safe?
At 6:30pm ET Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) and Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) join Newt Gingrich and guest host Sally Kohn.
We want you to weigh in on tonight’s Fireback question: Would you feel safe traveling to Sochi?
Crossfire host S.E. Cupp asks Larry Korb if the U.S. has become too trusting of the Russian government. Guest host Sally Kohn and Michael Reagan weigh in.
A brand new report recommends that the National Security Agency's spying program stay in place, but urges the President to rein-in the NSA's massive collection of cell phone and internet data.
The controversial program has sparked concern fury from foreign leaders, concerned about reports that the United States has been spying on them.
Unfortunately for President Obama, that's just one item on his list of political headaches.
The United States' delegation to the upcoming Winter Olympics in Russia won't include a member of President Barack Obama's family or an active cabinet secretary, but it will include openly gay athletes – a clear jab at Russia's recent anti-gay laws. FULL STORY.
Washington Post op-ed columnist Ruth Marcus and The Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol are in the #Crossfire, joining host S.E. Cupp and Van Jones to debate these topics and other issues facing President Obama.
We want you to weigh in: Do you think the U.S. should boycott the Olympics in Russia?