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Margaret Brennan asks the biggest guests the smartest questions. Hear official Washington on the firing line, on your schedule.

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We are 50 days away from the 2020 President Election, but a bombshell book shakes up things at the White House. Meanwhile, the race to find a vaccine for the coronavirus continues. Plus -- what's next for the airline industry. These stories and more on this week's "Face the Nation."
A Labor Day Weekend warning from Former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, to avoid a surge in coronavirus cases. What does the latest jobs report mean for a debilitated economy? Can the U.S. workforce ever fully recover? Allianz Chief Economic Adviser Mohamed El-Erian weighs in. Plus -- a new CBS News Battleground Tracker Poll with CBS News Elections and Surveys Director Anthony Salvanto. John Dickerson moderates this week's "Face the Nation."
On this week's "Face the Nation" race and culture conflicts. Jacob Blake's family attorney Ben Crump weighs in on what's next. This week, athletes took to the courts and fields in a public show against racial injustice -- which has prompted conversation about race and sports with CBS News Sportscaster James Brown. We'll have the latest on the coronavirus with Former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, and Acting DHS Secretary Chad Wolf on what's being done following Hurricane Laura. Those stories and more on this week's "Face the Nation."
On this week's "Face the Nation," looking back on the historic Democratic National Convention. Former FBI Director James Comey expresses concerns over election security. Plus, the latest coronavirus numbers with former FDA Commissioner Dr. Sott Gottlieb. And -- on a less political note -- the National Zoo has added a new baby panda to their family.
The CDC warns of "worst fall" ever in public health as schools struggle to reopen safely. We'll have the latest coronavirus numbers from former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb. White House Senior Advisor Jared Kushner weighs in on the mounting concerns over mail-In ballots. We have a new CBS News Battleground Tracker Poll with CBS News Elections and Surveys Director Anthony Salvanto. And this week marks the 100th anniversary of women obtaining the right to vote. An analysis of these stories and more on this week's "Face the Nation."
On this week's "Face the Nation," President Trump's National Security Advisory Robert O'Brien sits down for his first interview since recovering from COVID-19. . Former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb discusses some of the emerging hot spots of the coronavirus and the push to reopen schools. We'll have interviews with Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas, Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont, and Chicago's Federal Reserve Chairman Charles Evans. Plus -- a new CBS News Battleground Tracker Poll with CBS News Elections and Surveys Director Anthony Salvanto.
Negotiation breakdown at the White House. Chief of Staff Mark Meadows weighs in on the coronavirus relief stalemate. Dr. Scott Gottlieb has the latest on the virus vaccine and hot spots. Plus -- a new CBS News Battleground Tracker Poll with Elections & Surveys Director Anthony Salvanto. John Dickerson guest hosts this week's "Face the Nation."
As lawmakers negotiate a deal to provide relief to Americans, what needs to happen next from Congress in the fight against coronavirus impact on the U.S. economy? For answers we turn to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Senator Ted Cruz discusses the need for a recovery bill that gets the economy back on its feet and helps the American people safely return to work. Surgeon General Jerome Adams, provides the first concrete piece of advice for parents in deciding when it's safe to send their children back to school. And Dr. Scott Gottlieb has the latest on coronavirus testing. These stories and more on this week's "Face the Nation"
On this week's "Face the Nation," we'll get the latest coronavirus numbers -- as well as discuss school in the age of the a pandemic. Plus, we reflect of the life and legacy of Rep. John Lewis, who died this week at the age of 80.
On this week's "Face the Nation" we'll have the latest coronavirus numbers and how they impacts school and childcare. President Trump pardons longtime friend Roger Stone. Plus -- a look at the polls -- 114 days before the election.
America celebrates July 4th weekend, as coronavirus cases continue to rise across the country. We'll hear from the major's of the state's with the most recent spikes. Moderator Margaret Brennan will have these stories and more on this week's "Face the Nation"
As coronavirus cases increase in a number of states, we hear from Vice President Mike Pence on what the White House do now. Guest Moderator John Dickerson has this story and more on this week's "Face the Nation."
There's turmoil across the nation as the coronavirus spikes. Meanwhile, conflicts at President Trump's rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma as racially fuel protests continue following the death of George Floyd and other victims of police brutality. Stay tuned for these stories and more on this week's "Face the Nation."
On this week's "Face the Nation," calls for police reform, as protests continue over police brutality and racism across the country. Plus -- could we see a second wave of the coronavirus? Stay tuned!
On this week's "Face the Nation," exclusive interviews with Attorney General William Barr and former Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice about race in America. We'll have the latest on the response to George Floyd's death. Plus -- a look at the latest coronavirus numbers, as protests continue and states begin to reopen.
States across the country are once again protesting police brutality, after George Floyd, an African American man was killed at the hands of a white Minnesota police officer. Meanwhile, the number of coronavirus related deaths exceeds 100-thousand. An analysis of these stories and more on "Face the Nation."
The country continues to grapple with coronavirus pandemic. As of Sunday morning, 96-thousand Americans have died, 1.6 million have been infected, and 40-million file for unemployment in just two months. And as a second COVID-19 wave threatens the U.S, what’s the right strategy for a safe reopening? Find out on this week's "Face the Nation."
On this week's "Face the Nation," relief and hope for struggling Americans living through the coronavirus pandemic. What can lawmakers do to get the country back on track? Moderator Margaret Brennan talks to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Dr. Scott Gottlieb and more. Stay tuned!
On this week's "Face the Nation," historic job losses from the coronavirus . We'll discuss what the Trump administration is doing to help children who are going hungry during the pandemic, as a result of school closures. And moderator Margaret Brennan honors all the mothers who have taken on new roles this Mother's Day.
On this week's "Face the Nation," a new drug could help combat the coronavirus. We'll look at the present state of the economy, and find out if it's safe to fly, as the airline industry continues to suffer from the pandemic. 
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Seancassandra Cefalu

can't understand a word of this one

Mar 23rd
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Melissa Nordin

Why are all the networks giving Mr guiliani all the air time he's getting to drop these unverified ridiculous conspiracy theories?! THIS is what divides everybody in the country by giving the Trump followers more fodder to be misled into believing!

Sep 30th
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Casey man

jesus h christ now its 10,000 people in the caravan.

Nov 11th
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Rhonda Heier

pbs news hour

Apr 17th
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