Sunday at 9AM & NOON ET

June 15th, 2014
12:45 PM ET

Rep: ISIS makes al Qaeda look like kitty cats

Iraq war vets Rep. Tulsi Gabbard and Rep. Adam Kinzinger discuss if war-weary Americans want intervention.

Filed under: Adam Kinzinger • Iraq • Newsmakers • State of the Union • Tulsi Gabbard
June 15th, 2014
12:36 PM ET

Do male politicians have it easier?

Representatives Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI) and Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) discuss the challenges faced by women in politics.

Filed under: Adam Kinzinger • Newsmakers • Politics • State of the Union • Tulsi Gabbard
April 6th, 2014
12:16 PM ET

Lessons from Fort Hood shooting

Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii), a veteran and a member of the House Armed Services Committee discusses mental health and the military with Rep. Tim Murphy (R-Pennsylvania), a psychologist, who is sponsoring the Helping Families in Mental Health Crisis Act.

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Filed under: State of the Union • Tim Murphy • Tulsi Gabbard • Veterans
Dilemmas of the Internet age
March 29th, 2014
12:29 PM ET

Dilemmas of the Internet age

By CNN's Deena Zaru

In a world of smart phones and smart cars, the Internet is no longer limited to your desktop; it follows you wherever you go. And as long as you are online, you could potentially be tracked at all times.

While all eyes are on the National Security Agency's bulk collection of data, a thriving economy built on mass consumer surveillance is growing. Companies are collecting information about consumers in order to sell ads more effectively.

Some of the most commonly visited sites use tracking cookies and sophisticated software through third parties to collect information about consumers and sell it to advertisers, often times without the consumer’s permission.

New technologies and a heightened level of sharing on multiple outlets have led to moral and practical dilemmas that confront consumers, the tech industry, retailers, even the government. FULL POST

December 22nd, 2013
04:19 PM ET

The Future Caucus

They're the Congressional Future Caucus – Reps Tulsi Gabbard and Aaron Schock on looking to the future in Congress.

Filed under: Aaron Schock • Newsmakers • State of the Union • Tulsi Gabbard
December 22nd, 2013
04:19 PM ET

The "young invincibles" and healthcare

The Future Caucus' Tulsi Gabbard and Aaron Schock on why their fellow millennials aren't signing up for healthcare.

Filed under: Aaron Schock • Newsmakers • State of the Union • Tulsi Gabbard
December 22nd, 2013
04:18 PM ET

Millennials impatient to push Congress

The Congressional Future Caucus' leaders Tulsi Gabbard and Aaron Schock on wanting to change the focus in Washington.

Filed under: Aaron Schock • Newsmakers • State of the Union • Tulsi Gabbard
May 12th, 2013
01:42 PM ET

Sexual assaults rising in the military

Congresswomen Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI)  and Tammy Duckworth (D-IL) discuss the growing number of sexual assault cases in the military and what can be done to fix the problem.

Filed under: Military • Newsmakers • State of the Union • Tammy Duckworth • Tulsi Gabbard
This Sunday...
May 10th, 2013
06:24 PM ET

This Sunday...

New questions on the Benghazi attacks that left four Americans dead last September. We’ll talk to Senator Susan Collins (R-Maine) who co-authored a report on security problems at the diplomatic post.

Then, a look at the alarming rise in sexual assaults in the military with Congress’ two female Iraq combat veterans: Congresswomen Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI) and Tammy Duckworth (D-IL).   Watch a preview here.

And, sizing up the 2016 political landscape with our panel: Republican Consultant Alex Castellanos, Democratic Strategist Mo Elleithee, and The Washington Post’s Karen Tumulty.

More updates to come.

Sunday at 9a & 12p Eastern

May 10th, 2013
10:31 AM ET

The small number with a big meaning

This Sunday, the two female Iraq War combat veterans in Congress – Democrats Tammy Duckworth and Tulsi Gabbard – react to the Pentagon’s sexual assault report.

An estimated 26,000 cases of unwanted sexual contact occurred among service members in 2012, though only 3,374 cases were reported. The results sparked strong reactions from Capitol Hill.


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