FAA head, Michael Huerta, speaks on handling of surge in near-collisions between drones and commercial aircraft.
Will Obama's executive action over immigration and contentious relationship with the GOP define his presidency in his final two years?
Historians discuss how President Obama ranks among his presidential peers and his legacy over the past 6 years.
Police chiefs from around the country on how subjective cultural prejudices impact the make-up of community police forces.
A view from the Blue – on the divide between law enforcement and Black and Brown communities around the nation in the wake of the Ferguson shooting.
FAA Administrator Michael Huerta on possible terror and security threats to planes from commercial drones.
Sunday and Monday are the busiest travel days of the year. Michael Huerta is the head of the Federal Aviation Administration and he joins us with the outlook for your journey home. We’ll also ask him about the surge of near-collisions between drones and commercial aircraft, and the agency’s new “highways in the sky” program above Washington, D.C.
Black and blue. Building trust between law enforcement and the communities they serve with former NYPD Police commissioner Bernard Kerik; Malik Aziz, the Deputy Police Chief of Dallas and the Chairman of the National Black Police Association; Chief Thomas Manger, Vice President of the Police Executive Research Forum; and Chief James Craig from Detroit.
Where does President Obama rank among his presidential peers? We bring together two presidential historians – Richard Norton Smith and Douglas Brinkley – along with veteran Washington reporters Karen Tumulty and Peter Baker.
Watch State of the Union with Candy Crowley – Sunday at 9am and Noon ET on CNN.
Intel Committee's Adam Schiff on the findings in the Benghazi report.
Will the grand jury decision be a verdict on race in America and how many Fergusons and Michael Browns exist in the U.S?
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) tells State of the Union "I'm disappointed in my country, my party and my president" on immigration.