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Today on Face the Nation: A Nigerian tries to blow up a U.S. airplane after his father warns the State Department about him--should he have been allowed to fly at all. The suspect Umar Farouk Abdul Mutallab had become so radicalized his father warned the U.S. Embassy officials in Nigeria. This got him ...
Today on Face the Nation, the weather outside is frightful but Democrats found yesterday delightful, as they claimed victory in the debate on health care
reform. But as they claimed, the sixty votes needed to pass health care reform in the Senate, Democrats called it a historic moment for America. Republicans ...
Today on Face the Nation, is there or isn't there a deal in the works for healthcare reform, is it all falling apart. Senator Harry Reid announced a tentative deal last week that eliminates the so-called public option and adds an expansion of Medicare. But by Friday it seemed the wheels were coming off ...
CBS News Cheif Washington Correspondent Bob Schieffer, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Secretary of Defense Robert Gates
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LEAD: On this week's 'Face The Nation,' Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Secretary of Defense Robert Gates join CBS News Chief Washington Correspondent Bob ...
Today on Face the Nation, more troops for Afghanistan but at what price victory? President Obama is expected to announce an increase in troops for the war in Afghanistan Tuesday, but who will foot the bill of a million dollars per soldier per year? And just how does President Obama finish the job there? ...
Today on Face the Nation, so it begins. The Senate votes along party lines to debate health care reform--but what are the chances now of a bill before Christmas? Big disagreements remain over taxes, abortion, and just the huge size of the bill. Can majority leader Reid keep the Democrats in line? Will ...
Today on Face The Nation: Afghanistan and the massacre at Fort Hood - Bob Schieffer has the latest with Dana Priest of The Washington Post and CBS News National Security Analyst Juan Zarate. But first, the mastermind of the 9-11 attacks will be tried just blocks from Ground Zero in New York. But should ...
Today on Face the Nation, what a week: An election shakes the Democrats; a tragedy at Fort Hood; and last night: Nancy Pelosi: The bill is passed. Bob Schieffer: The House passed the health care bill. We'll get the latest on all of it as we talk with the chairman of the House Armed Services Committee, ...
Today on Face the Nation, one of the candidates in the Afghanistan run-off election has quit--will that delay President Obama's troop decision. Abdullah Abdullah withdrew because he feared the coming election would produce the same king of fraud as the last one--where does that put U.S. strategy now. ...
Today on Face the Nation: McCain-Feingold...together again, but this time on opposite sides. Democratic Senator Russ Feingold and Republican Senator John McCain have written so much campaign finance legislation together that "McCain-Feingold" has almost become a brand name for reform. But on Afghanistan ...
Today on Face the Nation: White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel on Afghanistan, Health care and the economy. Plus, John Kerry, from Afghanistan. President Obama is only weeks away from announcing whether he'll send thousands more troops to Afghanistan. Could concerns over the unstable government there ...
Today on Face the Nation, President Obama meets with his war council. Will he send more Americans to Afghanistan? As the violence grows in Afganistan and Pakistan, the President may be approaching a defining moment in his presidency. Should he take General Stanley Mcchrystal's advice and order more Americans ...
CBS News Correspondent Harry Smith hosts "Face the Nation." Should the United States send thousands more troops to Afghanistan? General Stanley McChrystal wants forty thousand more troops to continue the counterinsurgency strategy in Afghanistan. Is he going to get them? Or is there a better way to ...
CBS News Correspondent Harry Smith hosts "Face the Nation." Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on the new threat from Iran and the question of more troops for Afghanistan. Last week the United States divulged a new Iranian nuclear site. Is it built for war or peace? Is Iran headed toward crippling sanctions? ...
CBS News Chief Washington Correspondent Bob Schieffer hosts "Face the Nation." The President is all over TV this morning morning..including right here. President Obama took the unprecedented step of recording interviews with five Sunday talk programs (Friday) including Face the Nation. We'll have that ...
CBS News Chief Washington Correspondent Bob Schieffer hosts "Face the Nation." Yesterday, tens of thousands of conservatives marched in Washington, protesting what they call socialism and the President's health care plan. How indicative is their demonstration of the nation's mood? And what happens on ...
CBS News Chief Washington Correspondent Bob Schieffer hosts "Face the Nation." Today: Education Secretary Arne Duncan on President Obama's speech to schools, swine flu and fixing America's schools.President Obama's upcoming speech to school children Tuesday has created such an uproar some schools aren't ...
CBS News Chief Washington Correspondent Bob Schieffer hosts "Face the Nation." The topic of today's show: The legacy of Senator Ted Kennedy. 47 Years in the Senate, hundreds of pieces of legislation, a life rife with tragedy, constant work on health care, the "cause of his life." What is Senator ...
CBS News Chief Washington Correspondent Bob Schieffer hosts "Face the Nation." On today's show: A Sunday summit on health care. What is going to happen? There's talk now that the Democrats have abandoned plans for a bi-partisan bill on health care reform and will try to ram through a bill without Republican ...
CBS News Chief Washington Correspondent Bob Schieffer hosts "Face the Nation." On today's show: A Sunday summit on health care. What is going to happen? There's talk now that the Democrats have abandoned plans for a bi-partisan bill on health care reform and will try to ram through a bill without Republican ...
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