Steven LaTourette, Ron Klain, Jeff Zeleny and Dana Bash talk about President Obama's priorities for his second term.
Steven LaTourette, Ron Klain, Jeff Zeleny and Dana Bash discuss gun violence in movies and gridlock in congress.
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.
With both parties bruised over the fiscal cliff wrangling, how will Congress tackle the next fights over spending and the debt ceiling? Plus, President Obama is expected to outline his 2nd term agenda in the next few days, but how much can he accomplish in a gridlocked Washington? We’ll talk to Senator Dick Durbin, the number two Democrat in the Senate, and influential Republican Senator Lindsey Graham.
This week’s drama over the fiscal cliff exposed deep political and policy chasms between both sides. Progressives insist they’re not compromising on spending, while Conservatives insist cuts must be put in place soon. We’ll talk with Neera Tanden from the left-leaning Center for American Progress, right-leaning economist Stephen Moore, CNN Senior Congressional Correspondent Dana Bash, and Jackie Calmes of the New York Times.
Watch State of the Union with Candy Crowley Sunday 9am and Noon.
Dana Bash, Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA), Rep. Donna Edwards (D-MD) and Dan Balz preview the presidential debate.
Dana Bash, Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA), Rep. Donna Edwards (D-MD) and Dan Balz on what the candidates need to do to win over the women's vote.
Mitt Romney and Barack Obama head to their final debate on Monday night. And with the focus on foreign policy, each man will get the chance to draw a clear policy distinction. We’ll get perspective from the Former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Bill Richardson and Former Presidential Candidate Newt Gingrich.
Polls show a tight race in the new battleground of Virginia. Can Obama recapture the Commonwealth as he did in 2008 in this reliably republican state? We’ll talk to Senator Mark Warner (D-VA) and Former Congressman Tom Davis (R-VA)
Winning the women’s vote. President Obama and Mitt Romney know the women's vote will tip the balance in the race to the White House. We’ll talk to Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA), Rep. Donna Edwards (D-MD), CNN Sr. Congressional Correspondent Dana Bash and The Washington Post’s Dan Balz.
Watch Sunday at 9 a.m & 12 p.m. ET.
Dana Bash, Alex Castellanos and Celinda Lake discuss the expectations for next week's presidential debate in Denver.
Exclusive: Senator John McCain. He debated both Mitt Romney and Barack Obama, and gives us a unique perspective as Camp Romney tries to manage expectations. We’ll also ask him about the Obama campaign contemplating a play for his home state of Arizona, and we’ll get his take on the investigation into the Libya attack and Syria’s Chemical Weapons.
Exclusive: Obama Campaign Senior Adviser David Axelrod drops in to answer questions about debate preparations, swing state strategy, and Obama’s promises
Exclusive: Governor Martin O’Malley & Senator Roy Blunt on what voters want to hear from the candidates during the home stretch. We also expect to talk about the looming fiscal cliff, what Senator Blunt is doing to avoid it, and how it will affect jobs and the economic recovery.
And we’ll round it out with Republican Consultant Alex Castellanos, Pollster and Democratic Strategist Celinda Lake, and CNN Senior Congressional Correspondent Dana Bash. We’ll talk about Campaign Ad strategy and how it’s changed in the face of so much early voting. And Dana will give us a preview of her forthcoming documentary on Paul Ryan.
Sunday 9am and 12p ET
Congress begins a 5-week vacation, leaving a long list of unresolved issues. Republican Senator Lindsey Graham says Republicans need to revisit their anti-tax pledges and embrace bipartisanship in an effort to solve the country’s debt crisis. He’ll join us live for an exclusive interview.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid doubled down on his accusation that Mitt Romney failed to pay taxes for ten years. Obama Campaign Senior Adviser Robert Gibbs is here to tell us what’s behind this elusive claim.
There’s mixed news on the economy as employers added 163,000 jobs in July, but unemployment rose to 8.3%. A Gallup poll this week indicated that only 35% of American business owners approve of President Obama. Many say federal regulations are stifling economic growth. BET Founder Bob Johnson and former Hewlett Packard CEO Carly Fiorina are here to discuss.
Watch Sunday at 9 a.m. & NOON ET.