On the Webcast Extra, the 2016 election at one point focused largely on economic issues, but with terrorism at home and abroad, the candidates have focused more on foreign policy. POLITICO's Michael Crowley explains the debate. Plus, conservatives are fighting back against a potential Donald Trump nomination with the National Review publishing a front-page headline "Against Trump." The Atlantic's Molly Ball explains how Republicans are deciding between Trump and Ted Cruz. And Reuter's Joan Biskupic explains how this term at the Supreme Court is the "most politically-charged term in years" as the justices weigh hot-button issues including abortion, unions and contraception.