Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) is confident that a bipartisan agreement can be reached on immigration reform despite a recent White House leak which threatened to derail negotiations.
Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) weighs in on sequestration, immigration reform, and President Obama's cabinet nominees.
The President takes his push for gun control, jobs and universal preschool to the people and away from the gridlock in the Capitol. Can Democrats in the Senate help push his political laundry list? John Boehner says the ball is in their court. We’ll talk to the President’s man on Capitol Hill, New York Senator Chuck Schumer.
From nominees to the budget, Republicans are angling for a fight. Are they overplaying their hand? We’ll ask Republican Senator John Barrasso of Wyoming.
And dire warnings if the sequester goes through, just 11 days from now. Can Congress agree to a plan to avoid the cuts, while still fighting over gun control, immigration and the president’s nominees? We have Senator Jack Reed of Rhode Island, and Intelligence Committee Chairman, Michigan Congressman Mike Rogers.
Congress goes on an extended holiday with a looming deadline. That and more with our political roundtable: Former Republican Congressman Steven LaTourette, former Biden chief of staffRon Klain, Jeff Zeleny from the New York Times, and C-N-N Chief Congressional Correspondent Dana Bash.
Watch it Sunday 9am and noon ET.
Democratic Sen. Chuck Schumer sounded optimistic Sunday morning about a deal that would avert a fiscal crisis. "If there's a word that would right here that would sum up the mood, it would be relief. ... there is no final agreement... but default is far less of a possibility now than it was even a day ago."
On this week's "Getting to Know," we talk to Chuck Schumer about being a messy roommate and his encounter with Snooki.
Sen. Chuck Schumer speaks about the battle over the budget.