Stephanie Cutter and S.E. Cupp debate the role of America in Iraq with Rep. Adam Kinzinger and Rep. Loretta Sanchez.
Rep. Kinzinger: We can't wait on ISIS
Kinzinger says he is concerned we can't wait on ISIS to make our move. Rep. Sanchez debates.
Seeking a middle ground between calls for tough military action and none at all, President Barack Obama said Thursday he was sending up to 300 military advisers to Iraq to help the embattled government hold off a lightning advance from the north by Sunni militants.
Obama told White House reporters the goal was to prevent a civil war in Iraq that could destabilize the region, and also prevent creation of a terrorist safe haven in northern Iraq and neighboring Syria from which U.S. enemies could plan and launch attacks against American interests. Full story
At 6:30pm ET, S.E. Cupp and Stephanie Cutter are joined by Reps. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) and Loretta Sanchez (D-CA) for a debate.
Should the U.S. send military advisers to Iraq?
Texas Gov. Rick Perry stood by his recent comments comparing homosexuality to alcoholism.
Appearing on CNN's "Crossfire" on Wednesday, Perry was asked by co-host Stephanie Cutter whether he believes homosexuality is a disease.
"I think my position has been fairly clear on that for a substantial period of time," Perry said, pivoting quickly to the economy as a more pressing issue facing the United States. Full story
Gov. Perry: Immigrants told what to say
Perry responds to the immigration issue about unaccompanied children illegally crossing the border.
Gov. Perry on airstrikes: probably not
Texas Gov. Rick Perry left the door open to possible U.S. airstrikes against Iraq.
More chaos in Iraq; what should the President do? What are his options?
Also, thousands of immigrant children are pouring across the nation's southern border from Central America braved predators and harsh elements only to arrive in the United States and walk right into one of the most toxic issues in Washington. Would the governors be making different calls? Full story
At 6:30pm ET, S.E. Cupp and Stephanie Cutter are joined by Gov. Rick Perry (R-TX) and Gov. Lincoln Chafee (D-RI) for a debate.
Should the U.S. launch airstrikes in Iraq?
The Crossfire panel debates whether conservative radio hosts cost Rep. Eric Cantor his primary race.
Is Jeb Bush Dem's worst nightmare?
S.E. Cupp asks Kiki McLean if Jeb Bush is the Democratic Party's worst nightmare because of his stance on immigration.
Brat's non-answer on minimum wage
Stephanie Cutter questions how Dave Brat doesn't have a position on minimum wage. Tim Phillips and Kiki Mclean debate
Cutter outraged: ignoring the gun problem
Stephanie Cutter is outraged over the gun problem in the United States and Washington turning their back on a solution.
Cupp outraged: Planned Parenthood "sex ed"
S.E. Cupp is outraged over what a Planned Parenthood counselor was allegedly telling a young girl.
It's the earthquake that rocked the GOP.
In a year when mainstream Republicans have mostly bested tea party-backed challengers, a little-known and little-funded tea party challenger in Virginia's 7th Congressional District pulled the upset of the year, defeating House Majority Leader Eric Cantor by 10 percentage points.
"I think this is a scale eight earthquake. I think it will shock the Washington establishment; it will shock the House Republicans," former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said. Full story
At 6:30pm ET, S.E. Cupp and Stephanie Cutter are joined by Tim Phillips, President of Americans for Prosperity and Kiki McLean, former Advisor to Hillary Clinton for President.
Will Cantor’s loss make the Republican Party stronger or weaker?
Stephanie Cutter and David Bossie spar over Hillary Clinton's new book and her credibility as a potential 2016 candidate.
Clinton presidency = Obama's 3rd term?
Newt Gingrich asks Neera Tanden how a Hillary Clinton presidency would be different from President Obama's two terms.
Cutter: Sexual assault not taken seriously?
Stephanie Cutter is outraged that sexual assault isn't taken seriously and Newt is outraged over new cheese regulations.