A new study shows that more young people are doubting the existence of God. CNN's John King and Stephen Prothero a Religion professor discuss the report.
John King, Vin Weber, Economic adivser for Mitt Romney, and Gov. Martin O'Malley discuss the economic debate between Gov. Mitt Romney and President Obama.
John King and Fareed Zakaria discuss Syria and how it is affecting U.S. and Russian relations. They discuss recent comments by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov about funding the rebels in Syria.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott tells CNN's John King why his state is focused on purging non-citizens from voter polls.
John King and former GOP Presidential Candidate Rick Santorum discuss the 2012 election and the health care reform law proposed by President Obama. They also discuss Santorum's comments on "Romneycare" during the campaign and who Santorum thinks Romney should pick as his Vice President.
Tonight on the show, we'll talk to former presidential candidate Rick Santorum about his relationship with Romney and his hopes for the Republican platform. Tune in at 6pm ET/5pm CT.
Rosemont, Illinois (CNN) – As Rick Santorum praised Mitt Romney and pledged to help elect him, the former Pennsylvania senator also said on Friday that part of his "mission" is to keep Romney's feet to the fire on conservative issues.
Santorum's comments happened during an interview with 89 WLS radio Chicago. Santorum was attending the Conservative Political Action Conference in Rosemont, Illinois.
John King and Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter discuss the economy and jobs.
John King and former House Speaker and GOP Presidential Candidate Newt Gingrich discuss the 2012 presidential race and comments made recently by Jeb Bush.
Don't miss our interview with former GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich where he told us "...in many ways we have a more diverse party today than the Democrats." Do you agree? Tune in at 6pm ET/5pm CT to watch the full conversation.
The favorite racehorse to win the Belmont Stakes tomorrow has now retired with tendonitis in his front leg. What do you think about I'll Have Another, the Kentucky Derby winner?