Senator Mark Warner (D-VA) and Former Congressman Tom Davis (R-VA) weigh in on the tight race taking place in Virginia.
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.
Former Virginia Rep. Tom Davis and former Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland discuss the election year battle over Ohio and Virginia.
FORMER HOUSE SPEAKER NEWT GINGRICH; how fiercely will he fight to get his one-time rival Mitt Romney elected president? Also, will the Tea Party flex its muscles in Tuesday’s Indiana GOP Senate primary?
President Obama’s Strategic Partnership Agreement with Afghan President Karzai relies on Afghan Security Forces taking the lead; will they be ready? And what’s the United States fall-back plan? We’ll talk to the leaders of Congress’s Intelligence committees, Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) and Rep. Mike Rogers (R-MI); they’ve just returned from Afghanistan.
And then, the newly released jobs numbers paint a picture of a staggering economy. The unemployment rate fell, but the pace of hiring did too; and many workers dropped out of the labor force. What does it mean for the 2012 race and President Obama’s approval? National Journal’s Major Garrett and budget experts Douglas Holtz-Eakin, and Alice Rivlin weigh in.
Tune in Sunday at 9 a.m. & NOON ET.
Former Obama WH Communications Director Anita Dunn and former Republican member of congress Tom Davis, analyze the GOP debate.
Republican Presidential candidate Rick Santorum is 'all in' in Iowa. He'd been to every corner of the state. He's working hard to rise to the top, and after a key endorsement he says he's gaining traction. But does he have enough time to spoil the party?
Then, extending the payroll tax cut and unemployment benefits; they are set to expire at the end of the year. Will either side blink? And who will get the blame when voters go to the ballots in the fall? We ask former Obama White House Communications Director Anita Dunn and Republican Tom Davis a former member of congress.
Finally, after announcing massive cuts to its service – What’s the future of the USPS? Postmaster general and CEO, Patrick Donahoe joins us for an exclusive interview.
It’s all this Sunday on State of the Union with Candy Crowley at 9 a.m. and 12 p.m. ET
Anita Dunn and Fmr. Rep. Tom Davis debate who, if anyone, comes out ahead after an ugly week in politics.
With a plunging stock market and woeful unemployment numbers, are we heading toward a double dip recession? Where does the economy go from here? We’ll ask Steve Forbes, the CEO of Forbes Incorporated and Pres. Obama’s former top economic adviser, Larry Summers.
Then, Candy sits down with California Gov. Jerry Brown in his first national interview since his election last year. He says he’s “alarmed” at the state of the country. What is he doing to turn things around in California, and what does he think President Obama should be doing for the country?
We’ll also break down the last minute deal to avert a fiscal crisis and raise the country’s debt ceiling. Which side—if any—came out ahead, and where do things go from here? The so-called “super committee” of members from both bodies of Congress will have less than three months to reach a compromise. Is that possible? We’ll ask former White House communications director Anita Dunn and former Republican congressman Tom Davis.
And finally, we’ll discuss the brutal violence taking place inside Syria and alleged cyber attacks emanating from China with Vice Adm. Mike McConnell, former director of national intelligence.
And check out our pre-show rundown here.
Ron Klain and Tom Davis agree that there's still room for Texas Gov. Rick Perry to enter the 2012 GOP field.
The clock is ticking and a week of White House negotiating sessions between President Obama and congressional leaders has been fruitless. We’ll discuss the state of the talks with Jacob Lew, the director of the Office of Management and Budget.
Plus, the politics behind the negotiating with Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham.
Then, we sit down with former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani. Will he launch another presidential bid? What does he make of the current field? We’ll ask.