Former Florida governor Charlie Crist, a Republican turned Democrat, wants his old job back and isn't afraid to embrace Obama or Obamacare to get there.
Former Governor Charlie Crist (D) is battling Florida Governor Rick Scott (R) for his old job as governor.
Former Florida governor Charlie Crist, a Republican turned Democrat, argued Democrats are “overthinking” and they should simply support President Obama.
Does the crisis in Ukraine and the the standoff with Russia give the GOP a chance to hit the President on foreign policy?
Candy Crowley talks to the Estonian, Latvian and Lithuanian ambassadors to the U.S. about their concerns when it comes to Russia and Ukraine.
By Paige Hymson
Amidst the crisis in Ukraine, many former Soviet nations fear Russia’s next moves. Lithuania, Estonia and Latvia are feeling anxious about possible Russian expansionism. The three Baltic countries hope to reduce their dependency on Russia’s energy and natural gas supply. The nations worry that their current reliance on Russia for all of their natural gas will be corrupted because of the situation in Ukraine. They all also have strong trade ties to Russia.
By Paige Hymson
As March 31st quickly approaches, the Obamacare enrollment deadline has some people worried, and others simply confused. In short, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is a set of health reforms that guarantees all Americans have access to affordable health insurance. By March 31st, the Obamacare program mandates that all Americans sign up for health care, or face a penalty. The fee for not having health insurance is $95 per individual, or 1% of your taxable income, whichever is greater. If Americans do not sign up by the open enrollment deadline at the end of March, not only will they have to pay the penalty fee, but they will have to wait until November when the open enrollment marketplace reopens.