Candy Crowley goes one-on-one with President George W. Bush, author of a new book called “41: A Portrait of My Father,” in a State of the Union exclusive. Bush opens up about the family dynasty, his brother Jeb, and 2016.
And in Texas, a 21st century political dynasty has formed. Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julian Castro and his brother – Congressman Joaquin Castro – join us for their first live network interview since Julian joined the Obama Administration.
Plus, Congressman Mike Rogers, Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, joins us to discuss the hostages killed in Yemen.
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Former President George W. Bush reflects on his family's political philosophy and his new book about his father.
Fmr. Pres. Bush says despite his close relationship with the Clintons, his brother Jeb would "absolutely" beat Hillary.
Former President George W. Bush says his brother Jeb is weighing his options for 2016.
Former President George W. Bush says race relations have improved, but it's a shame when black folks can't trust law enforcement.
Presidential Historian Douglas Brinkley recounts the highs and lows of the presidency of George W. Bush.
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.