Between them they have over a century of service in Congress. Retiring Senators Jon Kyl, Kay Bailey Hutchison, Joe Lieberman and Rep. Barney Frank reflect on their careers, their accomplishments, and their disappointments; and they offer advice to members of the 113th Congress.
They're yielding their time, once more, this Sunday on State of the Union.
Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison, Gov. Scott Walker, and Al Cardenas weigh in on what the GOP needs to do to redefine themselves.
“State of the Union” is live from the RNC Convention in Tampa. While there Candy talks to RNC Chairman Reince Priebus on the implications of Todd Akin’s remarks on rape. Will Akin’s position damage Mitt Romney’s presidential chances, and will it help democrats keep control of the senate?
Plus, re-branding the Republican Party with Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, Al Cardenas, Chairman of the American Conservative Union, and Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-TX).
Then, Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley offers the Democratic rebuttal.
And finally, our political panel with CNN Senior Political Analyst Ron Brownstein and The Washington Post’s Karen Tumulty. Plus, the latest on Tropical Storm Isaac.
Watch Sunday at 9a & 12p ET.
Senators Barbara Boxer and Kay Bailey Hutchison weigh in on the challenge of getting things done in Washington.
CNN confirms Addel Basset al-Megrahi, the only person convicted in connection with the Lockerbie bombing, has died. CNN's Nic Robertson, Senators Barbara Boxer and Kay Bayley Hutchison weigh in.
Sen. Boxer on whether justice has been done in the Lockerbie case: "I don't believe so. ... I have listened to the families. They feel some type of closure, but they also believe that there are more leads that have to be followed. And one thing we know about our country, we'll come after you. So we need to keep on searching. We really do."
A look back at our "Getting to Know" series, a place to learn more about the personal side of the news-makers who come on our program every Sunday.