In her final CNN show, Candy Crowley sits down with President Obama for an exclusive interview about the North Korea cyber-attack on Sony, normalizing U.S. relations with Cuba and race in America.
A Republican rebuttal from Sen. John McCain on how the U.S. should respond to North Korea, the president’s relationship with an all-GOP Congress and 2016 politics.
State of the Union airs Sunday at 9am and Noon ET on CNN.
Despite partisan politics, 'tis the season on Capitol Hill. Holiday memories from the hallowed halls of Congress.
Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick says Democrats lost the 2014 election because "they didn't stand for anything."
Gov. Deval Patrick on whether the anger over recent police shootings of young black men can become more than a moment.
Former President George W. Bush on the legacy of his father and his new book: "41 A Portrait of my Father".
Rep. Peter King on the future of the CIA after the release of the Senate Intelligence Committee's report.
Senator Chuck Schumer says the differences among Democrats are small compared to huge chasm among Republicans in Congress.
A scathing new Senate report about the CIA’s interrogation of terror suspects has put the spy agency on defense. Is it also endangering U.S. national security? Rep. Peter King of the House Intelligence Committee joins us.
As Democrats look to repair the damage from this year’s elections, Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick offers his prescription for what ails his party and bridging America’s racial divide.
Plus, part two of Candy Crowley’s exclusive interview with President George W. Bush about the torture report, his father’s military service and his best-selling new book.
State of the Union with Candy Crowley airs Sunday at 9am and Noon ET on CNN.