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Sunday Talk Shows
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David Axelrod, Stephanie Cutter, Rahm Emanuel, Dick Durbin,Debbie Wasserman Schultz,Donna Edwards, Van Jones,Sen. Michael Bennet,Senator Mark Warner, Joe Sestak
CBS Face the Nation
Sunday on Face the Nation from Lynn University in Boca Raton, the site of Monday's presidential debate: Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla A key supporter of Mitt Romney and a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, we'll talk to him about where Romney stands, how he thinks his state will vote, and the latest news from around the world.
Then, Obama deputy campaign manager Stephanie Cutter and Romney senior adviser Kevin Madden go head-to-head representing each of their campaigns.
Plus, a political roundtable breaks down the news of the week and offers insight into what to expect at Monday's debate and on the campaign trail: The Wall Street Journal's Peggy Noonan, The New York Times' David Sanger, TIME Magazine's Joe Klein and CBS News' John Dickerson
CBS 60 Minutes
Rocky Mountain High - Of all the states that have legalized the growing and selling of medical marijuana, none has more at stake than Colorado, where a thriving industry has created jobs and revenue. But as Steve Kroft reports, it's still against federal law.
Resignation - In his first interview, Greg Smith, who publicly resigned from Goldman Sachs by writing an editorial in The New York Times, tells Anderson Cooper why.
Spielberg - Hollywood's most successful filmmaker, famous for action and special effects, goes a new way with an historic film on Abraham Lincoln's quest to abolish slavery.
ABC This Week
A day before the third and final presidential debate, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio speak with George Stephanopoulos on the latest in the 2012 presidential contest, Sunday on "This Week."
President Barack Obama battled back in a contentious second debate with Republican presidential nominee Gov. Mitt Romney. Was President Obama's performance enough to re-capture the momentum in this deadlocked presidential race? As Gov. Romney shows strength in the latest national polls, can he close the gap in the key swing states where President Obama still leads? And how will the two candidates make their closing arguments in Monday's final debate on foreign policy?
Chicago mayor and former Obama White House chief of staff Rahm Emanuel and key Romney supporter Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida discuss the latest in the 2012 presidential race, Sunday on "This Week."
Plus, the powerhouse roundtable debates all the week's presidential politics, with Democratic National Committee Chair Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz; Faith and Freedom Coalition founder and chair Ralph Reed; former Obama White House environmental adviser Van Jones, co-founder of Rebuild the Dream; Fox News anchor Greta Van Susteren; and political strategist and ABC News political analyst Matthew Dowd
The battleground map continues to shrink with just over two weeks until Election Day. What swing states will create the path to victory on Nov. 6? Will the battle for female voters waged by both campaigns determine the election? And with one debate showdown remaining, can President Obama seal the deal for a second term, or will Gov. Romney make his case to become commander in chief?
Meet the Press
Two men with the all-important task of advising and preparing their candidates for the debates join us Sunday to discuss strategy before the third and final meeting between Mitt Romney and President Obama. Sen. Rob Portman (R-OH) has played President Obama in mock debates for Mitt Romney, and David Axelrod is a chief re-election strategist for the President. What can we expect from the last debate? We’ll talk with Axelrod and Portman this Sunday.
With recent polls showing a tightening race in battleground Florida, what can Romney do to seal the deal in the Sunshine State? We'll talk with key Romney supporter, Florida's own, Sen. Marco Rubio
Just 16 days until election day. Our roundtable breaks down the campaign’s closing arguments. What needs to happen in Monday’s final debate on foreign policy? What do the latest polls tell us about the state of the race in the battleground states? A special discussion with: Democratic Strategist and Former White House Press Secretary Dee Dee Myers; Republican strategist Mike Murphy; NY Times Columnist Tom Friedman; and NY Times White House Correspondent Helene Cooper
Documentary Filmmaker Ken Burns discusses his upcoming film, “The Dust Bowl,” a little politics and of course, baseball.
Fox News Sunday
Assistant Majority Leader and Foreign Relations Committee member, Sen. Dick Durbin and Sen. Lindsey Graham of the Armed Services Committee are sitting down on Fox News Sunday to talk about the timeline of the attack in Benghazi and the Obama Administration's handling of the issue.
Frank Newport, the Editor in Chief of Gallup is joining Fox News Sunday to talk about recent polls in the race for the White House and what they mean as the election gets closer.
CNN State of The Union
Mitt Romney and Barack Obama head to their final debate on Monday night. And with the focus on foreign policy, each man will get the chance to draw a clear policy distinction. We’ll get perspective from the Former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Bill Richardson and Former Presidential Candidate Newt Gingrich
Polls show a tight race in the new battleground of Virginia. Can Obama recapture the Commonwealth as he did in 2008 in this reliably republican state? We’ll talk to Senator Mark Warner (D-VA) and Former Congressman Tom Davis (R-VA)
Winning the women’s vote. President Obama and Mitt Romney know the women's vote will tip the balance in the race to the White House. We’ll talk to Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA), Rep. Donna Edwards (D-MD), CNN Sr. Congressional Correspondent Dana Bash and The Washington Post’s Dan Balz
Fareed Zakaria GPS
Syria: Kofi Annan, former Secretary-General of the U.N. China: Evan Osnos, the New Yorker. Greening FedEx's fleet: Fred Smith, Federal Express. Education: Sal Khan, Khan Academy.
On GPS this Sunday at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. ET, Kofi Annan explains why he believes military intervention wouldn’t work in Syria.
Melissa Harris Perry Show
Weekends, 10am-12pm ET
Up w/Chris Hayes
Tomorrow's show: The changing Libya story, debating Pentagon spending & Iran sanctions, with Joe Sestak, Anne-Marie Slaughter & more
The Chris Matthews Show
Campaign endgames; women voters: Andrea Mitchell; Kathleen Parker; John Harris; Michael Duffy.
Univision's Al Punto
Rep. David Rivera
Rep. Chris Van Hollen
Bloomberg's Political Capital
Sen. Michael Bennet
TV One’s “Washington Watch”
Karen Finney, Cornell Belcher, Raynard Jackson
C-Span's Washington Journal
7:45am -Amy Walter, ABC News Political Director
Topic: Politics and the latest developments in the 2012 presidential campaign.
8:30 am-Joe Thomas, WCHV-Radio (Charlottesville, VA) Talk Show Host
Topic: Guest will discuss how the presidential race is shaping in Virginia and what he’s hearing from listeners.
9:00 am-Mark Simpson, WMFE-Radio (Orlando, FL) News Director & Host, “Intersection”
Topic: Guest will update viewers on the current political landscape in Florida.
9:30 am-Michael Alwood, WVKO-Radio (Columbus, OH) “Blue State Diner” Host
Topic: Guest will update viewers on the current political landscape of the key battleground state of Ohio.
Newsweek's print edition: Tina Brown, Newsweek. Partisan debate coverage: Jennifer Rubin, the Washington Post; David Shuster, Current TV. Second presidential debate coverage: Jackie Kucinich, USA Today; Roger Simon, Politico; Nia-Malika Henderson, the Washington Post.
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