The Supreme Court struck down the requirement that family-owned companies pay for specific types of contraceptives for their employees. It was a 5-4 decision that divided the court along ideological lines. Senior Legal Analyst Jeffrey Toobin and Chief Political Analyst Gloria Borger joins CNN's John Berman to discuss what the decision means for Obamacare and the administration.
Hillary Clinton may have stepped in it again. In interview with Britain's Guardian, Clinton was asked whether her personal wealth would hurt her credibility with voters on issues like income inequality if she decides to run for president. Straight forward question, right? Well Clinton compared herself to other wealthy people who she said were "truly well off." While it's true that the Clintons were deeply in debt when they left the White House, it's also true that they've amassed what most Americans would consider a fortune since then. Anderson takes a closer look at the former first family's road to riches.
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Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel announced plans for steep budget cuts for the military. Under the proposal, the Army would shrink to its lowest troop level in nearly 75 years. Republicans are lining up to slam the plan. Former Vice President Dick Cheney claimed President Obama would "rather spend the money on food stamps than he would on a strong military." Anderson takes a look at criticism from the right and speaks with Chief National Security Correspondent Jim Sciutto about what these budget cuts really mean.
There is a lot at stake for both parties as they try to win over women voters. Republicans are seeking to reverse a hefty gender gap in the last election, while Democrats are trying to maintain their advantage. Now a new attack by Rand Paul targeting Bill Clinton has both sides talking. Anderson discussed all of this with California State Senate candidate Sandra Fluke and GOP consultant Margaret Hoover.
President Obama's poll numbers are near all time lows as he prepares to deliver his fifth State of the Union Address. Aides are suggesting the President will speak about using executive action get things done, rather than relying on Congress. Jim Acosta has the latest.
Chris Christie today began his second term as New Jersey's Governor. So far, there is no evidence directly tying Christie to the George Washington Bridge lane closures or threats to withhold Sandy relief funding to Hoboken. Anderson spoke with Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, who calls the investigation into the Christie scandals "a witch hunt."
Anderson discussed the allegations and Mayor Zimmer's evidence with Dana Bash and Chief Political Analyst Gloria Borger.
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.
Twenty new subpoenas were issued today in the investigation into the George Washington Bridge scandal. New Jersey lawmakers are trying to find out if top advisers to Gov. Chris Christie orchestrated or covered up the four-day traffic jam for political purposes. Dana Bash has the latest.
Anderson discussed this with Senior Political Analyst David Gergen and Senior Legal Analyst Jeffrey Toobin.
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