The House Intelligence Committee’s investigation into the Benghazi attacks concludes there was no White House cover-up. One of the Obama administration’s most vocal Benghazi critics, Senator Lindsey Graham and committee member Rep. Adam Schiff respond to the panel’s report.
Republicans in Congress are angry about President Obama’s executive order on immigration, but they are split on how to respond. Former Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum and Senator Lindsey Graham join us.
As Ferguson awaits a grand jury’s decision on the Michael Brown shooting, what will the outcome mean for American race relations going forward? Princeton University Professor and activist Cornel West, NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund President Sherrilyn Ifill, Sojourners President Jim Wallis and LZ Granderson are with us.
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Senator Dick Durbin, the number two Democrat in the Senate, joins Candy for his first post-election interview on the big loss for Dems, and how President Obama can make a comeback in the minds of Americans.
Obama is expected to take executive action on immigration, but how far will he go, is it legal, and how will it ultimately affect millions of Latinos? Former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales joins former Los Angeles mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, along with Chairman of the House Democratic Caucus Xavier Becerra.
Senator Al Franken is here to discuss what he calls “the free speech issue of our time.” It’s called net neutrality, and it has the potential to affect the way you access the Internet.
The second open enrollment period for Obamacare starts on Saturday, but the newly minted Republican majority plans to make repealing the law a top priority. Add in some controversial videos from the law’s architect, and it looks like it’s going to be a long winter. S.E. Cupp, LZ Granderson, Penny Lee and Mercedes Schlapp are here.
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A State of the Union post-election special – the newest members of Congress meet the veterans, face to face.
What can they learn from Senator Chris Coons, Congressman Steve Israel and Congresswoman Michele Bachmann, and can they work together to end government gridlock? Freshman Congressmen-elect Brendan Boyle, Carlos Curbelo, Ruben Gallego and Lee Zeldin come to our studios before they hit the ground running.
Senator John Thune and Senator Chris Murphy will also join us with the latest on the uptick in U.S. boots in Iraq, Obama’s post-midterm appointments and what a Republican majority and Democratic minority can accomplish in the next few months.
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It's a down-to-the-wire fight for control of the Senate. Sen. Rand Paul joins us to talk about what Republicans will do if they end up in charge and his 2016 ambitions.
With low job approval ratings and the prospect of GOP House and Senate majorities, can President Obama get anything done in his final two years? An exclusive interview with former Reagan and George H.W. Bush White House Chief of Staff James Baker.
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Ebola hits New York. Candy talks exclusively to House Oversight Chairman Darrell Issa – a sharp critic of the Obama administration’s leadership during this crisis. And Dr. Anthony Fauci, director the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases at the National Institutes of Health, joins us with the latest developments.
The so-called ‘lone-wolf’ terror threat increases in the U.S. as one suspected jihadist opens fire in the Canadian Parliament and another attacks New York police officers with a hatchet. Are these random acts of violence, or part of a broader terror strategy? An exclusive with the chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee, Sen. Dianne Feinstein.
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Ebola in America.
The chaotic Ebola developments leave many wondering who’s in charge. President Obama named veteran Washington operative Ron Klain as the point man for the government’s response to the outbreak, but Senator Ted Cruz says this country doesn’t need another “so-called czar” and demands the President lead by banning flights and securing the border. Senator Cruz is our exclusive guest.
Meanwhile, it’s a race to find more Americans potentially exposed to the Ebola virus. Dr. Anthony Fauci, director the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases at the National Institutes of Health, joins us with the latest developments.
And where can a small electric fan upend a Governor’s race? Florida, of course! That plus what else is moving the electorate in the final days before the midterm elections with Kevin Madden, Ana Navarro, LZ Granderson, and Penny Lee.
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Senator John McCain and Senator Bernie Sanders join us for a point/counterpoint as ISIS fighters seem on the verge of control of Anbar Province and local officials plead for US troops to help.
And, with friends like his who needs enemies?
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Ebola hits home with the first diagnosed case in the United States. Are we ready? A conversation with CDC Director Dr. Tom Frieden and Dr. William Frohna, the Chair of the Emergency Medicine department at MedStar Washington Hospital Center about preventing an outbreak in the U.S.
Plus, did the U.S. miss the growing threat of ISIS? The President says the intelligence community is to blame, but a former Secretary of Defense points to the troop withdrawal in Iraq. We’ll talk to two members of the Armed Services Committee – Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) and Sen. Jack Reed (D-RI).
Then, hail to the chiefs. Four former White House chiefs of staff on how the Obama administration is dealing with crises – from Ebola and ISIS to the Secret Service – in its twilight years. Bill Daley, Andrew Card, Mack McLarty and Ken Duberstein join us.
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Air strikes increase and the coalition builds as the U.S. ramps up the fight against ISIS. Candy gets White House reaction from Deputy National Security Adviser Tony Blinken.
Senator Chris Murphy is a democrat on the Foreign Relations Committee, voted against President Obama's plan to arm and train rebels in Syria, supports airstrikes, and is worried about another open-ended U.S. involvement in the Muslim world. Senator Murphy joins former Joint Chiefs Chairman Richard Myers and former Undersecretary of State Nicholas Burns on the long and short term consequences of U.S. involvement.
As the anti-war President tackles issues he promised to avoid, some are starting to compare his actions to George W. Bush’s, whose policies he opposed so strongly. Our political roundtable dives into that, plus the legacy of Attorney General Eric Holder. Ken Cuccinelli, Mercedes Schlapp, LZ Granderson, and Penny Lee are with us.
President Obama says the Ebola outbreak is not only a humanitarian crisis, but national security problem, too. Dr. Adam Levine and virus hunter Joseph Fair are back from ground zero in West Africa with firsthand accounts.
White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough on the President’s plan to destroy ISIS and how they plan to gain support from Middle East countries.
What does re-engagement in Iraq mean for the millions of war-weary military families? We talk to retired Major General Paul Eaton and retired Lieutenant General James Dubik. Both men had a role in training Iraqi troops post-Saddam, and will tell us what it takes to solve the military, political, and diplomatic crisis engulfing the fragile country.
Then, the latest on the NFL scandal involving Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice. Senator Amy Klobuchar contacted NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell urging a zero-tolerance policy for off-the-field violence. Mike Wise, sports columnist for the Washington Post says the NFL under Goodell ‘has lost its moral direction’. Both join us live.
Our political roundtable welcomes new CNN Commentator and former White House Press Secretary Jay Carney, along with former Romney adviser Lanhee Chen, CNN Crossfire host S.E. Cupp, and CNN Commentator LZ Granderson.
And on the eve of his retirement after nearly 3 decades in the U.S. Senate, Iowa Democrat Tom Harkin dishes on Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden, and his least favorite presidents.
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