Anchored by Jake Tapper, The Lead airs at 4 p.m. ET on CNN.
Rep. Paul Ryan on the budget deal. Time's Michael Crowley on 'Person of the Year'.
On some parts of cable television it feels like the most covered war on earth.
We’re talking of course about the so-called "War on Christmas:” the abandonment of the spiritual meaning of the holiday for the incessant advertising, and earthly-delights of presents, stacked tall beneath the tree.
Now some Americans fear there's a new holiday war being waged on Thanksgiving. Are American families the casualties?
John Berman, Dean Obeidallah, and Jim Tankersley discuss.
Former Maryland Governor Bob Ehrlich and former Vermont Governor Howard Dean discuss whether President Barack Obama's signature healthcare law can work in the long run.
Richard Haass, president of the Council on Foreign Relations, told CNN's John Berman dissenters in the diplomatic fallout from the historic P5+1 agreement with Iran expect too much of the rogue nation.
After all the problems with the Obamacare website, and people losing insurance, could there be a new unexpected failure for President Barack Obama's signature healthcare law? A failure to fail, as it were, creating, perhaps, embarrassing success for the Republican Speaker of the House, John Boehner.
With the Senate set to vote on a deal to end the partial government shutdown and avert a possible U.S. default, Jake Tapper talks with former Bush Campaign Spokesperson Jennifer Millerwise Dyck, Washington Bureau Chief for USA Today Susan Page and CNN Commentator Paul Begala about who has come out on top and who slipped in the shutdown fight.