Face The Nation
2/10/2014 9:08 AM ET
President Obama has taken it upon himself to bypass Congress and issues numerous executive
orders surrounding ObamaCare and immigration reform despite questionable
constitutional authority. ...
1/26/2014 7:44 PM ET
Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) appeared on CBS Face the Nation on Sunday morning and was met with a barrage of questions from host Bob Schieffer about his involvement in the government shutdown. Apart ...
1/20/2014 9:53 AM ET
CBS’s Bob Scheiffer had some harsh
words for former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates on his Sunday show Face the Nation surrounding the release
of Gates’ new memoir “Duty.” Appearing on his ...
10/6/2013 4:24 PM ET
From the debate over ObamaCare over the past few years, Bob Schieffer
learned not of all the problems that need to be addressed or that it
lacks public support, but that it should have been ...
9/29/2013 4:38 PM ET
In defiance of reality illustrated in numerous polls, on Sunday’s Face the Nation,
host Bob Schieffer scolded Republican Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn
when she correctly asserted “there is ...
7/1/2013 6:11 PM ET
The Big Three networks still can't get enough of Texas State Senator Wendy Davis, nearly a week after her extended filibuster against pro-life legislation on June 25, 2013. All three brought on ...
6/2/2013 5:26 PM ET
See no scandal, report no scandal. Jill Abramson, Executive Editor of the New York Times,
came down to DC on Sunday to defend President Obama on the scandals and
the economy, stressing the ...
5/5/2013 3:57 PM ET
Proof Sunday morning that Republicans can use their power to hold House
hearings to force media coverage of topics journalists have shown little
interest in probing. CBS's Face the Nation led ...
3/4/2013 8:37 AM ET
“Do you all feel that your party is somehow being held hostage?” Bob
Schieffer asked Republican Senators John McCain and Lindsey Graham,
presumably referring to those opposed to raising taxes. ...
1/13/2013 4:21 PM ET
Reflecting the typical Washington definition of a budget “cut” – in
which a slight reduction in a projected increase is a “cut” and a
measurable decrease in the rate of growth is a “draconian” ...