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November 5th, 2014
11:26 PM ET

RidicuList: Election night hangover cure

Without CNN's "Magic Wall" how would you know about the voting quirks in places like Barber County, Kansas (population is just under 5,000). The RidicuList pays tribute to the wall's real magic… John King.
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Filed under: John King • Midterm Election 2014 • The RidicuList
November 5th, 2014
11:20 PM ET

How "Red" is the U.S.?

For every candidate who won their midterm race, the road to victory was different. The big question for some is just how red has America become? John King looks at what last night's results say about the direction the country is going.
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Filed under: John King • Midterm Election 2014
June 11th, 2014
10:31 PM ET

How did Eric Cantor's team spend its campaign cash?

Eric Cantor's team had millions of dollars to spend on his primary campaign. While much of that money went to ads that apparently failed to win over enough voters, $168,000 was spent on steakhouse dinners. Compare that to Team Brat spending just $122,000 on the entire campaign. Dana Bash has the latest.

Anderson discussed the impact of Cantor's loss with former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, GOP strategist Ana Navarro and Chief National Correspondent John King.

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Filed under: Ana Navarro • Dana Bash • Eric Cantor • John King • Newt Gingrich
May 6th, 2014
10:19 PM ET

Monica Lewinsky is no longer "tiptoeing around her past"

After keeping a low profile for more than a decade, Monica Lewinsky is shedding new light on the 90's biggest sex scandal. For the first time, she wrote about her affair with President Clinton. It's for an upcoming issue of Vanity Fair magazine. She writes, "I am determined to have a different ending to my story… and give purpose to my past." Randi Kaye reports.

Anderson discussed Monica Lewinsky's decision to break her silence with Chief National Correspondent John King, Chief Political Analyst Gloria Borger and Senior Legal Analyst Jeffrey Toobin.

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Filed under: Gloria Borger • Jeffrey Toobin • John King • Randi Kaye
January 17th, 2014
12:07 AM ET

True Politics: What's in the Senate Intelligence Committee's Benghazi report?

In its new report, the Senate Intelligence Committee concludes the deadly attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya was likely preventable. What else does the report say? John King has the latest.

 

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Filed under: Benghazi • John King • True Politics
January 16th, 2014
12:22 AM ET

What new poll numbers say about Chris Christie's political future

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has been in the crosshairs of political pundits since word of the bridge scandal broke. Plenty are quick to count him out of a possible presidential run,and some suggest his governorship may be at risk. Now voters are having their say in a brand new poll. Chief National Correspondent John King has the results.

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Filed under: Chris Christie • John King • Raw Politics
January 9th, 2014
10:00 PM ET

What did Chris Christie accomplish with today's press conference?

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie responded to the traffic jam crisis with a two-hour press conference today. But a federal investigation is in its beginning stages, a class-action lawsuit was just filed, and hundreds of documents are about to be released. Anderson discussed all of today's developments with Chief National Correspondent John King, Shawn Boburg, who broke the story for the Bergen Record, and Chief Political Analyst Gloria Borger.

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Filed under: Chris Christie • Gloria Borger • John King
January 9th, 2014
12:12 AM ET

Keeping Them Honest: Chris Christie’s bridge crisis

There are new allegations that New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's office ordered lane closings that snarled traffic at the George Washington Bridge. It was reportedly political payback after the mayor of the city affected by the traffic jam refused to endorse Christie. Many see Governor Christie as the Republicans’ best hope to win the White House in 2016. Anderson takes a closer look at the crisis rocking the Christie camp, along with Christie's reputation as a bipartisan uniter.

Anderson discussed all of this with Senior Political Analyst David Gergen, Chief National Correspondent John King and Chief Political Analyst Gloria Borger.


Filed under: Chris Christie • David Gergen • Gloria Borger • John King
January 7th, 2014
12:00 AM ET

Liz Cheney drops out of Senate race

Liz Cheney cited serious health issues in her family when she withdrew from the U.S. Senate race she had hoped to win in Wyoming. It was rocky campaign, with Cheney facing accusations of carpetbagging and trying to coast on her father's coattails. She also got into a public feud with her sister Mary about same-sex marriage. John King has the latest.

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Filed under: John King • Raw Politics
December 23rd, 2013
10:51 PM ET

Obamacare support at a record low

A new CNN/ORC poll shows that support for Obamacare dropped to an all-time low. 35% of Americans polled say they support the health care law while 62% say they oppose it. The poll shows that most Americans predict that they will pay more for their health care than they do now. Brianna Keilar reports.

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Filed under: Brianna Keilar • John King • Obamacare • Raw Politics
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