Stephen travels down to Washington, D.C. to speak with President Barack Obama.
Guests: Dan Abrams, Benjamin Crump, Matthew Dowd, Ben Carson, Katrina vanden Heuvel, James Carville, Benjamin Netanyahu
"Face the Nation" celebrates 60 years with President Barack Obama, George W. Bush and journalists Bob Woodward, Peggy Noonan, David Gergen and Michelle Norris.
This week, the President urged Congress to support his policies to help women and working families succeed, awarded the Medal of Honor to a heroic Civil War veteran, invited military families to a concert on the South Lawn, and, of course, greeted...
This week, the White House honored two important anniversaries, for Women's Rights and Civil Rights, and the President announced new actions to improve access to quality healthcare for veterans.
Michael C. Hall concludes his journey to Bangladesh where rising seas are expected to submerge 17% of the nation. En route to the southern Andes, M. Sanjayan questions top climate scientists as they unlock the future of our planet's changing climate. Finally, Pulitzer Prize-winner Thomas L. Friedman concludes the series with a discussion of global climate change with President Barack Obama.
President Barack Obama’s plan to remove all combat troops from Afghanistan by the end of 2016 hinges on the next Afghan president signing a security agreement this summer; and, Well aware of the shortage of women in math and sciences, MIT senior Kirin Sinha developed a curriculum to reach young girls at an age when studies show their confidence drops.
President Barack Obama made his first public comments in more than two weeks on the growing scandal in the Department of Veterans Affairs. Obama conceded some veterans may have died waiting for medical care but said he needs more information before deciding whether VA Secretary Eric Shinseki should step down ;and, for three decades, Jim Cummins took the portraits of some of the music world's biggest names. Along the way, he collected a museum's worth of iconic images, which he is now working to restore.
The Dow and S&P are hitting all-time highs, but one veteran trader says the pace is making him nervous and that the market is not a reflection of the economy. Anthony Mason reports on whether the surge is a bubble; and, President Barack Obama awarded the Medal of Honor to Army Sgt. Kyle White for risking his life in Afghanistan to save fellow soldiers
In an interview with Major Garrett, President Barack Obama criticized Russia's support for militias in southern and eastern Ukraine, reiterating that Russia will face consequences for taking steps to destabilize Ukraine and violate its sovereignty; counterfeit masterpiece is treated just like a fine work of art at the D'Amour Museum in Springfield, Mass. Curator Collette Loll makes sure even forgeries get the white glove treatment.
Sources say there's evidence Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 turned off its route when someone typed a course change into the cockpit navigation computer, which would require training in the Boeing 777 systems; and, President Barack Obama presented the nation’s highest military award to 24 Americans after a review determined they’d been passed over because they were Hispanic, African American or Jewish.
Satellite pictures show debris in the area where Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 went missing, but it is still unclear which way the plane was heading when it vanished. The Malaysian military has now asked U.S. investigators to help analyze a radar signal that was picked up hundreds of miles from the last contact with the missing jetliner; and, Bob Wick’s photos do more than describe the most recent addition to the California Coastal National Monument -- they take you there. As an amateur photographer, Wick’s images propelled a two-year grassroots campaign to protect the rugged stretch of the Mendocino County Coastline. President Barack Obama designated the area a national monument this week.
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