October 17th, 2013
11:13 PM ET

Sen. Ted Cruz and the shutdown blame game

The government just re-opened, and already an aide to Senator Ted Cruz says he's not ruling out another shutdown. The Texas Republican led the effort to inject the defunding of Obamacare into the budget debate. Does he deserve blame or credit for the shutdown? Anderson takes a look at what Cruz has said during this budget battle, anddiscussed it with former House Majority Leader Tom Delay and columnist Mark McKinnon.

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September 26th, 2013
12:08 AM ET

What did Senator Cruz accomplish?

After his 21-hour "Faux-libuster" protesting Obamacare, there are questions about what impact Senator Ted Cruz will have on Republicans' chances in upcoming elections. The panel looks at the GOP's path forward after this.
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September 25th, 2013
12:00 AM ET

Senator Ted Cruz takes a stand

Senator Ted Cruz spending hours on the floor of the Senate speaking out against Obamacare. His speech is not going to stop a vote aimed at averting a government shutdown. The panel debates what Senator Cruz may or may not achieve, and what this means for Republican chances in the next election.
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September 24th, 2013
06:41 PM ET

Before AC360 Later – Today's big speeches

All eyes on the U.N. as President Obama and Iranian President Rouhani open a new chapter in the often troubled relationship between the two countries. On Capitol Hill, Senator Ted Cruz begins an epic speech against Obamacare with the possibility of a government shutdown hanging in the balance.

What do you want to know about all of today's big speeches?
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