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Sunday Talk Shows
Timothy F. Geithner, Dianne Feinstein, Senator Mark Warner, Senator Claire McCaskill, Governor Brian Schweitzer, Rep. Chris Van Hollen, Rep. Keith Ellison, Gene Sperling, Rep. James E. Clyburn, Senator Tom Harkin, Governor Dannel Malloy Representative Luis V. Gutiérrez
Meet the Press
This Sunday: Inside the closed-door Capitol Hill negotiations with President Obama’s point man, Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner who this week met with top lawmakers to try to hammer out a deal.
Is Washington any closer to a deal? Despite initial optimism, both sides end the week pointing fingers as the debate centers on taxes and entitlement spending. This Sunday, an exclusive conversation between two voices calling for compromise in their respective parties: Sen. Claire McCaskill and Sen. Bob Corker
As Congress debates, what does the approaching fiscal cliff mean for the country? What impact will the talks have on the still- recovering economy? The man at the center of Republican Party infighting, anti-tax advocate Grover Norquist, joins our special political roundtable. Also weighing in: The top Democrat on the House Budget Committee, Rep. Chris Van Hollen
And insights and analysis from CNBC’s Jim Cramer and Maria Bartiromo
ABC This Week
Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner discusses the latest on the high-stakes stalemate over the fiscal cliff-hanger, Sunday on "This Week."
Negotiations are at a standstill on Capitol Hill after Republicans dismissed the White House's latest proposal to avoid the fiscal cliff. With both sides dug in on their positions, who will blink first to prevent the year-end tax hikes and automatic spending cuts that threaten to hurl the economy into recession? Will an early battle over addressing the debt ceiling derail talks? And as President Obama takes his case for raising tax rates for the wealthy on the road, will public pressure to make a deal impact Congress?
Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner discusses the latest on the fiscal cliff negotiations, Sunday on "This Week."
Plus, George Stephanopoulos and the "This Week" powerhouse roundtable debate all the week's politics, with House Deputy Whip Rep. Tom Cole, R-Okla.; Rep. Keith Ellison, D-Minn., co-chair of the Congressional Progressive Caucus; former Romney campaign senior adviser Dan Senor; former Counselor to the Treasury Secretary and Lead Auto Adviser Steven Rattner; and ABC News' Cokie Roberts
As the days tick away to the new year, what will it take for leaders in Washington to reach across the aisle and make a deal on the fiscal cliff? Will increasing Republican opposition to U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice doom her potential nomination as secretary of state? And as President Obama welcomes former Republican challenger Mitt Romney to the White House, what new lessons are emerging from the 2012 campaign? The powerhouse roundtable debates those topics and more, Sunday on "This Week."
CBS Face the Nation
Secretary of the Treasury Tim Geithner
Then I'll talk to Sen. Lindsey Graham
He suggested a willingness to perhaps accept tax increases as part of an eventual deal. What did he mean by that? We'll also talk to him about the Benghazi consulate attack and whether he'd consider approving Amb. Susan Rice as Secretary of State after her handling of the attack.
I'll also talk to Senate Intelligence Chair Dianne Feinstein and House Intelligence Chair Mike Rogers about the consulate attack, Amb. Rice, and the fiscal cliff negotiations.
We'll wrap it all up with an in-depth look at the fiscal cliff with some really smart people. Moody's Analytics Mark Zandi, Campaign to Fix the Debt's Maya MacGuineas, TIME Magazine's Rana Foroohar and CBS News Political Director John Dickerson join me for that panel.
CBS 60 Minutes
The Cost of Admission - Steve Kroft investigates allegations from doctors that the hospital chain they worked for pressured them to admit patients regardless of their medical needs.
Three Generations of Punishment - Born in a prison camp in North Korea, defector Shin Dong-hyuk describes how three generations of a family are brutally punished if one family member is considered disloyal to the regime. He tells Anderson Cooper the dramatic story of his escape.
Around the World in 20 Days - Two adventurers have built the only solar-powered plane that can fly at night and hope to circumnavigate the world in it without burning any fossil fuel. Bertrand Piccard and Andre Borschberg talk to Bob Simon about their quest.
CBS News Sunday Morning
Need to Know?
There are now more than 1,000 different genetic tests for diseases ranging from the merely annoying to the truly terrifying. But do you really want to know if you carry a gene for a dreaded disease you may not even have yet - or might never get at all? Correspondent Tracy Smith reports.
Fox News Sunday
Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner is on Fox News Sunday to talk about the Obama administration and Republicans in Congress as they try to cut a deal that forestalls higher taxes and huge spending cuts that take effect in just over a month.
Check out our exclusive talk with Speaker of the House Rep. John Boehner Amid a fiery debate on how to avoid the fiscal cliff, Speaker Boehner makes his case on FNS on what needs to happen to reach a deal.
CNN State of The Union
Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner makes the administration’s case for averting the fiscal cliff. Then, reaction from two key Senators: “Gang of 8” member Mark Warner (D-VA) and Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R- NH). Plus, the fight over U.S. Ambassador Susan Rice and the fallout over the 9-11 Benghazi attack that left four Americans dead.
Then, our roundtable on cabinet reshuffling, and the fiscal cliff. Joining us: Former Chairman and CEO of Hewlett-Packard, Carly Fiorina, Governor Brian Schweitzer (D-Montana), USA Today’s Susan Page, and A.B. Stoddard of The Hill
Fareed Zakaria GPS
On GPS Sunday: Discussing Egypt's political crisis and reading the tea leaves on China
On GPS this week, Fareed discusses Egypt’s political crisis and the road ahead with Harvard University’s Tarek Masoud and Steven Cook, author of The Struggle for Egypt.
“The military has essentially removed itself from the political system,” Cook says. “They were relieved of the burden of having to govern Egypt. They have been given immunity and Promoted...
Removing themselves from the political system is more in keeping with the history of the Egyptian armed forces since the 1967 defeat, when they determined being a political army was something that was not good for their organization and their corporate coherence and their ability to fight war on the battlefield.”
Then, a changing China: we know who Beijing’s new leaders are, but what are their policies? Writer Evan Osnos and Council on Foreign Relations fellow Elizabeth Economy read the tea leaves.
And what is “antifragile” and why is it important? Writer and thinker Nassim Nicholas Taleb explains.
Melissa Harris Perry Show
Immigration, 2016, the fast-food workers' strike, and much more!
Up w/Chris Hayes
Sunday’s Guests (Dec. 2): Governor Dannel Malloy (D-CT) on taxes and social insurance; the brutal toll of state budget crunches; Washington’s marijuana
Sunday on Up w/ Chris Hayes, we’ll examine the president’s proposals to raise revenue as part of a deficit reduction deal, and we’ll discuss what progressives must do to argue effectively for the taxes necessary to fund important social insurance programs, like Medicare and Social Security. We’ll also look at the toll state budget crunches are taking on the economy. And we’ll consider the implications of a fascinating social experiment about to begin in Washington state: the legal, regulated sale of marijuana
Joining Chris at 8 AM ET on MSNBC will be:
Gov. Dannel Malloy (@GovMalloyOffice), Democrat of Connecticut.
Elizabeth Pearson, fellow at The Roosevelt Institute.
Bruce Bartlett (@BruceBartlett), contributor to The New York Times’ blog Economix , columnist for The Fiscal Times and Tax Note, author of “The Benefit and the Burden.”
Maya Wiley (@mayawiley), founder and president of the Center for Social Inclusion.
Tony Dokoupil, senior writer at Newsweek and The Daily Beast.
Kevin Sabet (@KevinSabet), assistant professor at The University of Florida’s Drug Policy Institute and former senior advisor in the Office of National Drug Control Policy in the Obama administration.
Veronique de Rugy (@veroderugy), senior research fellow at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University.
Dedrick Muhammad, senior economic director at the NAACP.
The Chris Matthews Show
Jon Meacham, Random House; Michael Beschloss, author; Jodi Kantor, New York Times; Annette Gordon-Reed, author
Sen. Tom Harkin
Bloomberg's Political Capital
Washington Watch on TV One
Director, White House National Economic Council Gene Sperling, Rep. James Clyburn
C-Span's Washington Journal
7:45 am-Paul Weinstein, Former Senior Adviser for the Cmsn. on Fiscal Responsibility & Reform and Johns Hopkins University
Public Management Graduate Program Director
Topic: The role that the recommendations of the National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility & Reform (also known as the “Simpson-Bowles Commission”) are playing in the ongoing negotiations on averting the “fiscal cliff.”
8:45 am-Brian Lepore, Government Accountability Office, Defense Capabilities Section Director
Topic: The GAO has analyzed whether detainees held at Guantanamo Bay could be kept in any of six U.S detention facilities operated by the Department of Defense or other facilities operated by the Department of Justice. Guest will discuss the current facilities at Guantanamo Bay and factors to be considered should a decision be made to move detainees stateside.
9:15 am-Eric Trager, Washington Institute for Near East Policy, Next Generation Fellow
Topic: Guest will discuss the latest developments after Pres. Mohamed Morsi a decree granting himself broad powers above the court.
Abigail Hauslohner, Washington Post Cairo Bureau Chief
Topic: Update on the latest development coming out of Egypt.
Jeff Zucker's move to CNN: David Zurawik, the Baltimore Sun; Frank Sesno; Fred Francis. U.K. phone hacking scandal: Emily Bell. Tweeting: Lola Ogunnaike. Coverage of Susan Rice, the "fiscal cliff" and the Romney-Obama lunch: Ramesh Ponnuru; Keli Goff.
Sunday Breakfast Menu
Treasury Secretary Timothy F. Geithner makes the rounds on the Sunday shows just a few days after Republicans resisted the proposal he presented to avert the so-called fiscal cliff. Mr. Geithner is scheduled to appear on ABC’s “This Week,” CBS’s “Face the Nation,” CNN’s “State of the Union,” “Fox News Sunday” and NBC’s “Meet the Press.”
Telemundo’s “Enfoque” and Univision’s “Al Punto” focus on Mexico’s new president, Enrique Peña Nieto, and immigration reform in the United States. Representative Luis V. Gutiérrez, Democrat of Illinois, will be on Telemundo, talking about the bipartisan initiative in Congress to change the immigration system.
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Sun Dec 2, 2012, 12:13 AM
Auntie Bush (17,306 posts)
7. Geithner sure gets around!
This must be the most TV he's ever done. I hope he does a good job of explaining
Obama's position and why we need tax raises on the rich etc.