(CNN) - In his last news conference of 2013, President Barack Obama answered questions on the Affordable Care Act, including the botched rollout of Healthcare.gov as well as his health care promise that won Politifact's "Lie of the Year."
The President also talked about the NSA's controversial surveillance program, a congressional push for additional sanctions on Iran, and his New Year's resolution.
CNN's John King at the magic wall examines whether or not the shutdown could shake up the majority control in the House.
(CNN) – CNN Chief National Correspondent John King breaks down the latest poll numbers suggesting trouble for Romney in key battleground states.
(CNN) – CNN's Chief National Correspondent John King at the magic wall breaks down the electoral votes of two key battleground states and explains why convention speakers touted the auto industry bailout.
(CNN) - CNN Chief National Correspondent John King explains the state of the presidential race in North Carolina ahead of the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte.
(CNN) - Former Florida Republican Governor, Jeb Bush said Friday he isn't running for president, but would support Sarah Palin if she were to run.
In an interview with CNN Chief National Correspondent John King Friday, Bush - whose brother and father are former presidents - said he'd support former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin if she were the Republican presidential nominee in 2012.
(CNN) - Republican candidate for Senate in Alaska, Joe Miller, admitted he was disciplined for the misuse of local government computers but said it was not a factor in his eventual departure from his job as an attorney at the Fairbanks North Star Borough (an area of Alaska) in September 2009.
The former mayor of Fairbanks said last week that Miller left his post because the borough planned to fire him over using borough computers for election business while attempting to become the head of the Alaska Republican Party. On Monday Miller responded.
[cnn-photo-caption image= http://i2.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2010/images/09/22/art.sink.scott.2shot.gi.jpg caption ="Democrat Alex Sink (left) and Republican Rick Scott (right) will face off in a gubernatorial debate in Florida on October 25."]Washington (CNN) - Democrat Alex Sink accepted an invitation Wednesday to debate Republican Rick Scott next month, setting up a nationally televised showdown between the two Florida governor hopefuls on CNN.
The debate, co-sponsored by CNN, the St. Petersburg Times and the University of South Florida will take place on Oct. 25, and moderated by CNN Chief National Correspondent John King. It will be held one day after CNN, the Times and USF co-host a Senate debate moderated by CNN Chief Political Correspondent Candy Crowley at the same location on the University's Tampa campus.
The Florida governor's race is considered to be one of the most hotly contested contests of the midterm election cycle. It pits Sink, the state's Chief Financial Officer, against Scott, a billionaire health executive who shocked the GOP establishment to win his party's nomination. Scott had already accepted the sponsors' invitation to participate in the debate.
The Sink and Scott debate will air live at 7 p.m. ET during a special edition of "John King, USA."
The Senate debate between Gov. Charlie Crist, former state House Speaker Marco Rubio and Rep. Kendrick Meek will be shown live at 9 a.m. on Oct. 24 on a special edition of "State of the Union with Candy Crowley." The race for the open Florida Senate seat is also one of the most closely watched races of the year. It features Crist, who abandoned the Republican Party earlier this year to launch an independent bid for Senate, the Republican up-and-comer Rubio and the highly respected Democratic congressman Meek.
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CNN Chief National Correspondent John King will moderate a Massachusetts gubernatorial debate Tuesday night.
The candidates in attendance will be Democratic Gov. Deval Patrick, Independent candidate Tim Cahill, Republican candidate Charlie Baker and Green-Rainbow Party candidate Jill Stein Tuesday night.
Presented by the Boston Media Consortium, the debate will stream live at 7 p.m. EST on cnn.com/live and on WCVB.com.
John King hosts John King USA weeknights at 7 p.m. EST.
Listen to King talk about that race and other political news with CNN's Bob Costantini: