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On this week's "Face the Nation," the digital age Cold War, Russian and the rising threat of cyber crime. Guest Moderator John Dickerson speaks with House Intel Chair Rep. Adam Schiff and Russia expert Fiona Hill. This past week, President Biden declared Juneteenth, the day enslaved Blacks in Texas learned they were free, a federal holiday. We hear from Smithsonian Secretary Lonnie Bunch about the newest page in history. Plus, former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb and author Daniel Pink on the post-COVID road to recovery.
On this week's "Face the Nation," American leadership is back in focus on the international stage as President Biden meets with western leaders. What's at stake as he prepares to come face-to-face with Russian President Vladimir Putin? Moderator John Dickerson is joined by Secretary of State Antony Blinken, to talk about America's return to diplomacy; Senator Susan Collins (R-ME) who is part of a bipartisan group of senators working on an infrastructure bill, former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb and Former White House Senior Adviser for COVID Response with the latest on the coronavirus.
On this week's "Face the Nation," Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice discusses U.S. vulnerability to cyber attacks and the future of the GOP in the post-Trump era. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg talks about the progress of infrastructure negotiations -- will Democrats and Republicans be able to achieve consensus? Former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb has analysis on the newly revealed emails from Dr. Anthony Fauci -- what do they tell us about the U.S. response to COVID-19 and the "Wuhan lab leak" theory? Bank of America Chairman & CEO Brian Moynihan joins us to discuss the latest jobs report and America's road to recovery. West Virginia Democrat Senator Joe Manchin joins us to discuss progress on bipartisan negotiations on infrastructure and voting rights. Ahead of Vice President Kamala Harris' first trip abroad to Guatemala, President Alejandro Giammattei tells Ed O'Keefe that mass migration from Central America is a result of "nothing being done for dozens of years."
On this week's "Face the Nation," we hear from Miami Police Chief Art Acevedo about the next chapter of police reform. This comes after the one year anniversary of George Floyd's death. Will the CDC’s new relaxed mask guidelines for summer camps help get more kids back to camp? We hear from former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb YMCA CEO Kevin Wash. With US travel reaching pandemic highs and much of Europe preparing to open doors to vaccinated travelers, Trip Advisor CEO Stephen Kaufer breaks down the beginnings of a travel rebound. Meanwhile, 1.8 billion vaccine doses have been given worldwide, and infections are declining in global COVID-19 hotspots like Brazil and India, but the World Health Organization warns the pandemic isn’t over yet. CBS News’ Elizabeth Palmer reports. Finally, is Americans' mental health recovering at the same pace as the country's return to normal? We hear from President and CEO, Mental Health America Paul Gionfriddo.
On this week's "Face the Nation" guest moderated by John Dickerson, Former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb provides updates on the COVID pandemic and the push to vaccinate America. Retired Lt. General Russel Honore led a security review after the January 6th insurrection, we'll talk with him about the push for an independent commission to investigate the attack. Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates weighs in on the Biden Administration’s foreign policy, conflict in the Middle East, and more. Plus, Senator Bernie Sanders is pushing Democrats in a more progressive direction on foreign and domestic policy. And as hundreds of Hamas fighters paraded through the streets after 11 days of fighting more than 250 are dead. CBS News foreign correspondent Holly Williams reports from Gaza.
In an exclusive interview, NIAID Director Dr. Anthony Fauci talks about the new guidance for the fully vaccinated, and the next front in the fight against COVID-19. We'll also here from former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb. We'll have an exclusive interview with Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu amid increasing violence in the region. After a cyberattack on the Colonial Pipeline reveals glaring vulnerabilities in America's critical infrastructure, how do we strengthen our defenses? We hear from former Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency Director Chris Krebs and Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff. Plus, Senators Joni Ernst and Kirsten Gillibrand tell us about their breakthrough in the push to reform the way America's military handles sexual assault cases. John Dickerson guest-moderates this week's "Face the Nation."
Following a disappointing April jobs report, what's next for the U.S economy? "Face the Nation" guest moderator John Dickerson talks to Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo and Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari. We'll also hear from Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) about the GOP's plan to strip Representative Liz Cheney, chair of the House Republican Conference, of her post over her frequent criticism of former President Trump. Plus, the latest on the coronavirus with former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb, CBS's Chris Livesay, who reports from India, where COVID19 deaths continue to rise, and author Michael Lewis, author of the book, "The Premonition: A Pandemic Story."
On this week's "Face the Nation," with guest moderator John Dickerson, we hear from White House Chief of State, Ronald Klaine. South Carolina Senator, Tim Scott, who gave the Republican response to President Biden address to Congress. Plus the latest on the coronavirus pandemic with former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb, and a focus group on President Biden first 100 days in office.
In the wake of the Derek Chauvin verdict, calls for racial justice nationwide have been renewed once more. CBS News senior national correspondent Mark Strassmann reports on the ongoing efforts to provide police reforms in a climate of tension. Meanwhile, Ohio Governor Mike Dewine breaks down ongoing proposals he's put forth in Ohio to address policing in his state. This comes after the officer involved shooting of Ma'Khia Bryant. We'll also hear from Houston, Texas Police Chief Troy Finner, Florida and former Orlando Police Chief Rep. Val Demings, and NAACP Legal Defense Fund President Sherrilyn Ifill. CBS News Elections and Surveys Director Anthony Salvanto has a new poll on what Americans feel about Chauvin verdict and more. Plus, the latest on the coronavirus pandemic with former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb. John Dickerson guest-moderates this week's "Face the Nation."
On this week's "Face the Nation," moderator Margaret Brennan talks to Dr. Anthony Fauci and former FDA commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb about the concern over the Johnson and Johnson vaccine, and new cases that are on the rise. We'll hear from French President Emmanuel Macron about sanctions on Russia, as well as Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield about America's role in the world and our approach to some of our greatest global challenges.
With vaccinations on the rise and the push for a 1.9 trillion dollar stimulus package, the US economy appears to be getting a double injection of adrenaline. CBS News Correspondent Mark Strassmann reports on the job market jolt, converging with a COVID-19 spike in the upper Midwest of the country. We'll have exclusive interviews with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Rep. Liz Cheney on a number of topics, including more legislative plans, the Biden administration's infrastructure plan, Rep. Matt Gaetz and more. CBS News Correspondent Liz Palmer reports on COVID19 around the world, and as always, former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb has the latest on the fight against the coronavirus. These stories and more on this week's "Face the Nation," moderated by Margaret Brennan.
On this week's "Face the Nation" with moderator Margaret Brennan, America's COVID crisis: a closer look at the health and wealth gaps exposed by the pandemic. Plus, infections on the rise are we in a fourth wave? We hear from former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb. Friday's jobs report saw a surge in hiring, with over 900,000 jobs created in March. Biden's top economist Friday's jobs report saw a surge in hiring, with over 900,000 jobs created in March. We'll talk to President Biden's top economist Cecilia Rouse. New York's Ritchie Torres represents the poorest district in the US. He faults existing digital divides as contributing to racial disparities in vaccinations and vaccine access, saying those in the Bronx with no access to the Internet have no ability to register online for vaccines. What’s the biggest impediment for the largest vaccination campaign in human history? According to Gavi Vaccine Alliance CEO, Seth Berkley, it is access to the vaccines. Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez discusses the Biden Administration’s efforts to address concerns - like a lack of running water - in Native American nations. And Sister Norma Pimentel, who group, Catholic Charities of the Rio Grande Valley receives migrants after they’re released from the custody if the U,S Customs and Border Security.
Vccines ramp up, as COVID-19 numbers remain high. So when can things get back to "normal" -- we talk with Dr. Anthony Fauci and former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb. We hear from Texas Rep. Henry Cuellar about President Biden's handling of the crisis on the southern border. Moderator Margaret Brennan will have these stories and more on this week's "Face the Nation."
A vaccination milestone. President Biden reaches his goal of 100 million COVID shots in the arms of Americans before 100 days in office. Plus, coming together to combat Asian American hate crimes and solve the ongoing border crisis. Moderator Margaret Brennan will have these stories and more on this week's "Face the Nation."
We are one year into the coronavirus pandemic -- and help is on the way. This comes after President Biden signed into law the America Rescue Plan. We hear from former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb. A new CBS News poll shows Americans are seeing better days ahead in the pandemic and the economy. CBS's Elections and Surveys Director Anthony Salvanto tells us more. We'll also hear from White House COVID equity task force chair Dr. Marcella Nunez-Smith, about vaccine hesitation among minorities. Meanwhile, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio discusses the new COVID variants, and the need for more vaccines, and weighs in on the controversy surrounding Governor Andrew Cuomo. Plus, a chat with Irish Prime Minister Micheál Martin, ahead of his virtual meeting with President Biden. Moderator Margaret Brennan has all this and more on this week's "Face the Nation. "
We are one year into the coronavirus pandemic, what is the outlook for America? Moderator Margaret Brennan talks to Dr. Anthony Fauci and former FDA Commissioner, Dr. Scott Gottlieb. We also hear from New Jersey Governor, Phil Murphy, who explains why his state has been so hard hit over the past year, and the new COVID variant hitting New York. On Saturday, the Senate voted to pass the coronavirus relief bill. Republican West Virginia Governor talks about supporting the American Rescue Plan, and providing relief to hurting Americans. We brought together five people from across the country to talk a year of COVID-19, vaccines, local response, and more. Plus, On the 56th anniversary of Bloody Sunday, and the week of the Derek Chauvin's trial jury selection, we hear from civil rights attorney, Ben Crump. All that and more on this week's "Face the Nation."
The battle against COVID-19 could be impacted by the rollout of a third vaccine. We get the latest from Dr. Anthony Fauci and former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb. Monday, March 1st is the deadline to reopen schools in Kentucky, We talk to Governor Andy Beshear about how his state moved to prioritize teachers to the front of the line for vaccines. We also hear from South Dakota, Republican Governor, Kristi Noem about her state taking the coronavirus "very seriously" despite comments by Dr. Fauci. DNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel and Republican Illinois Rep. Adam Kinzinger about former President Donald Trump, and the future of the Republican party. All that and more on this week's "Face the Nation," with moderator Margaret Brennan.
"Face the Nation" moderator Margaret Brennan interviews Matt Pottinger, the Deputy National Security Adviser during the Trump Administration and one of the first people inside the White House to sound the alarm about the coronavirus early last year.
Mark Strassmann reports the latest on the recovery efforts in Texas, Plus interviews with Fort Wayne Mayor Betsy Price, and Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner on how their cities are coping with the winter blast. We'll hear from former White House deputy national security adviser, Matt Pottinger, for his insight on the Trump administration's response to COVID-19, the virus' origins and more. As the global community doubles-down on its commitment to vaccine access this week, what needs to happen next? We'll hear from former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb. All this and more on this week's "Face the Nation."
On this week's "Face the Nation," The second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump ended Saturday with a not guilty verdict. We'll get a reaction from impeachment manager Rep. Joe Neguse. During the trial, haunting images of the violent insurrection on the US Capitol were shown. CBS's Mark Strassmann reports on the impact the January 6th attack had on lawmakers and Americans alike. This week, RiteAid and other pharmacies are getting Covid19 vaccines DIRECTLY. We hear from CEO Heyward Donigan. Former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb weighs in on the distribution of the vaccines. Meanwhile CDC Director Rochelle Walensky discusses the new guidance on opening schools. Plus an exclusive interview with British Prime Minster, Boris Johnson, who will host President Biden this upcoming week, to discuss the global response to the coronavirus pandemic.
On this week's "Face the Nation ," Americans want answers about the COVID-19 vaccine and financial relief, as the debate continues in Washington. Moderator Margaret Brennan hears from Republican Senator Lindsay Graham, newly confirmed Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb, and the WHO'S Maria Van Kerkhove. Plus, a Super Bowl Sunday like no other, we hear from CBS News Special correspondent and "NFL Today host, James Brown, about the challenges the NFL faced leading up to Super Bowl LV (55.)
On this week's "Face the Nation," the race to vaccinate and the challenges of new COVID strains. What do states need to fight the virus and protect Americans? Moderator Margaret Brennan speaks with former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont, and Miami's Mayor Francis Suarez. We'll also hear from President Joe Biden's Senior Advisor Cedric Richmond and Chicago School's CEO Janice Jackson, about the President's plan to re-open schools. Plus -- CBS News Foreign Correspondent Ramy Inocencio travels back to Wuhan, China -- one year after he visited the city the coronavirus was first reported.
On this week's "Face the Nation," moderator Margaret Brennan's exclusive interview with former White House coronavirus response Coordinator, Dr. Deborah Birx. President Biden's Chief Medical Adviser, Dr. Anthony Fauci discusses the ongoing pandemic and the challenges we currently face. Plus, CBS News Correspondent Liz Palmer reports from England, who now has worse per capita death rate in the world.
Just two weeks after pro-Trump rioters stormed the Capitol Building, President-elect Joe Biden will officially be sworn in as the 46th President of the United States. Security officials are on high alert not only in the nation's capital, but across the country. We'll have the latest on the COVID-19 vaccine distribution, as the death toll continues to rise, and concerns over another strain of the virus. Plus -- a new CBS News poll on the vaccine rollout and the state of U.S democracy. Stay tuned for these stories and more on this week's "Face the Nation."
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Exactly two weeks before President-Elect Joe Biden is sworn into the Oval Office, Pro-Trump rioters stormed Capitol Hill, leaving multiple people dead. On this week's "Face the Nation," we discuss the security measures that will be taken on Inauguration day, as well as the latest calls for President Trump's impeachment over his role in the protests. Moderator Margaret Brennan talks to Senators Roy Blunt (R-MI), Chris Coons (D-DE), and Washing D.C Mayor Muriel Bowser. Former Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency director Chris Krebs weighs in on the latest on growing online threats and disinformation campaigns amid news of Mr. Trump's Twitter ban. Plus, we get reactions from former "Face the Nation" moderators Bob Schieffer and John Dickerson, and CBS's Mark Strassmann reports on reactions to the attacks around the world. Finally, we'll get the latest on the coronavirus, and the distribution of the vaccine with former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb.
The long wait -- as a COVID-19 vaccine roll out continues -- but why is it taking so long to get the shots to most Americans? We talk to Operation Warp Speed's chief adviser Moncef Slaoui as well as former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb. We'll hear from Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti about the surge in coronavirus cases in LA. Meanwhile, Republican Senator Asa Hutchinson of Arkansas says nearly 1/4 of the Senate GOP plans to challenge President-Elect Biden's 2020 win. Moderator Margaret Brennan will have all that and more on this week's "Face the Nation."
On this week's "Face the Nation," moderator Margaret Brennan talks to Nashville Mayor, John Cooper and the former Assistant Director of the FBI's Counterintelligence Unit, about the explosion that rocked the city on Christmas Day. As always, we'll hear from former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb for the latest on COVID-19. Plus Per tradition, we talk to some of the authors, whose books have been named "some of the year's best."
Moderator Margaret Brennan talks to Surgeon General, Jerome Adams and former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb about the latest COVID-19 vaccine news. We'll also talk to President-elect Joe Biden's incoming Chief of Staff, Ronald Klain about Mr. Biden's coronavirus vaccine plan. An analysis of these stories and more on this week's "Face the Nation,
On this week's "Face the Nation," the FDA has approved Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine for emergency use -- how quickly can it be distributed -- as coronavirus cases continue to surge? We hear from Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar and Former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb. Plus interviews with Louisiana Democratic Congressman Cedric Richmond, who is soon leaving Congress to join the Biden White House as a senior adviser, Bob Garrett of Hackensack Meridian Health, which is the leading not-for-profit health care organization, and as President Trump continues to contest the results of the 2020 election, why do some Republicans insist on overturning the results? We hear from CBS News Elections and Surveys Director. Anthony Salvanto.
What is being done to help overwhelmed hospitals? Plus, racing to manufacture and distribute the COVID-19 vaccines? We'll hear from Operation Warp Speed’s Moncef Slaoui, Former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb, Chicago Mayor Lori Lighfoot and more on this week's "Face the Nation."
As many travel on Thanksgiving weekend, experts warn of a surge in coronavirus cases. We hear from White House COVID-19 task Force coordinator Deborah Birx, and former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb. We'll have interviews with Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan, and El Paso Mayor Dee Margo, about the rising cases in their cities. Plus, we'll hear from "Feeding America's" Clarie Babineaux-Fontenot, and World Food Programme chief David Beasley about feeding the nation’s hungry over the holidays. These stories on this week's "Face the Nation."
The CDC is warning people to stay home this Thanksgiving, as Coronavirus cases skyrocket across the country. We hear from Dr. Anthony Fauci about the latest numbers, and a possible vaccine. Plus -- interviews with former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb, CVS Pharmacy CEO, Larry Merlo, President-elect Joe Biden's senior advisor, Symone Sanders, and Former United States National Security Advisor, H.R McMaster. Stay tuned for more on this week's "Face the Nation."