Do the Democrats' have a wealth dilemma? Liz Mair, Stephanie Cutter, Mattie Duppler and Neera Tanden with their take.
Liz Mair, Neera Tanden, Mattie Duppler, and Stephanie Cutter discuss the IRS scandal and its political implications.
Candy Crowley and the State of the Union panel caption the most awkward moment of the week... courtesy of Congress.
On the 4th anniversary of Obamacare, taking a look at its short term progress and where it's headed next.
From left, right and center, our panelists all agree that Rand Paul is the most "interesting" candidate for 2016.
Newt Gingrich, Neera Tanden and David Maraniss talk with Candy about the Va. governors' race and predictions for 2014.
Our panel talks about the effects of the Syrian crisis on the Obama presidency and his ability to push legislation through.
Our political panel talks to Candy about the ups and downs of the Obama administration's handling of Syria.
With both parties bruised over the fiscal cliff wrangling, how will Congress tackle the next fights over spending and the debt ceiling? Plus, President Obama is expected to outline his 2nd term agenda in the next few days, but how much can he accomplish in a gridlocked Washington? We’ll talk to Senator Dick Durbin, the number two Democrat in the Senate, and influential Republican Senator Lindsey Graham.
This week’s drama over the fiscal cliff exposed deep political and policy chasms between both sides. Progressives insist they’re not compromising on spending, while Conservatives insist cuts must be put in place soon. We’ll talk with Neera Tanden from the left-leaning Center for American Progress, right-leaning economist Stephen Moore, CNN Senior Congressional Correspondent Dana Bash, and Jackie Calmes of the New York Times.
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