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Sunday Talk Shows
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Meet The Press
Details continue to emerge in the wake of the Colorado movie theater massacre. We’ll get the very latest from Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper (D). Plus, the very latest from the NBC News team on the ground.
How do we better protect Americans?
What can be done to protect Americans against domestic threats? And what can be done about the sense of vulnerability many people feel after such a seemingly random act of violence? A special discussion with former Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff, former chief of police for the Los Angeles Police Department William Bratton, and gun-control advocate Rep. Carolyn McCarthy (D-NY).
Roundtable on what comes next
The tragedy in Colorado is yet another reminder that politics can often be affected by unforeseen circumstances. Will either of the presidential candidates lead the debate about what to do to prevent such horrible atrocities in the future? And looking ahead, where does the race go from here? What are some of the turning points that can change it moving forward? Joining us: New York Times columnist David Brooks, former DC public schools chancellor Michelle Rhee, former senior adviser to the 2004 Kerry presidential campaign, Bob Shrum, and former senior strategist to the 2008 McCain presidential campaign, Steve Schmidt.
CBS Face The Nation
Mayor Michael Bloomberg talks about gun control
Bulgarian terrorist attack on Israelis; Romney's visit to Israel: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. TARP: Author Neil Barofsky ("Bailout: An Inside Account of How Washington Abandoned Main Street While Rescuing Wall Street")
ABC This Week
Sunday on a special edition of "This Week," George Stephanopoulos covers the latest developments in the devastating mass shooting spree in Aurora, Colorado.
Details continue to emerge after a lone gunman opened fire early Friday morning in a crowded movie theater's midnight showing of "The Dark Knight Rises," killing 12 people, and injuring dozens more.
On Sunday morning, "This Week" brings the latest reporting and analysis from the ABC News team covering the investigation and aftermath of the shooting, including live reports from the scene of the deadly massacre.
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper and Aurora Mayor Steve Hogan join George Stephanopoulos to discuss the latest information on the shooting, and how Colorado and the Aurora community are coping with the tragedy. Philadelphia Police Commissioner Charles H. Ramsey will also join "This Week" to discuss the tragedy in Aurora from a law enforcement perspective.
Then, the "This Week" powerhouse roundtable examines the violence in Aurora, with former Democratic Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell, author of the new book "A Nation of Wusses," ABC News' George Will, ABC News' Cokie Roberts, TIME Magazine political columnist Joe Klein, and The Washington Post's Jennifer Rubin
Why do mass shootings continue to happen in the U.S.? Can any specific measures be taken to prevent mass shootings in the future, or are such acts unpreventable? And as the country reacts to the latest tragedy, will election-year politics thwart any serious debate in Washington over gun violence?
Fox News Sunday-We'll bring you the latest from the Colorado theatre shooting. Then, a discussion on guns in America with Senator Dianne Feinstein, a staunch supporter of gun control, and Senator Ron Johnson, a gun rights advocate. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
CNN State of The Union
In one of the deadliest mass shootings in U.S. history, a masked gunman opens fire on theatergoers at a midnight movie killing 12 and injuring 59 in Aurora, Colorado. Police have the alleged suspect, James Holmes, in custody and a law enforcement source tells CNN that all the weapons were purchased legally in the last six months at sporting good stores in the Denver area. We’ll have the latest on the investigation and an update from Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper
Then, as the movie theater massacre puts the presidential campaign on hold we’ll talk to Senator John McCain about the shooting, the unraveling of the Assad regime in Syria, and Mitt Romney’s upcoming overseas trip.
Then, the high stakes battle for control of the senate with Virginia Senate Candidates Republican George Allen and Democrat Tim Kaine. We’ll have highlights of the debate and interviews with each of the candidates.
Fareed Zakaria GPS
On GPS Sunday: Private equity insider Steven Rattner, bankrupt cities and tricking the brain
Coming up on Fareed Zakaria GPS on Sunday at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. ET: the truth about private equity; what a “Grexit” would look like; and the unlikely case FOR municipal bankruptcies.
First, what really goes on at a private equity firm, and what does that say about U.S. presidential contender Mitt Romney? Fareed speaks to private equity insider and former Obama “car czar” Steven Rattner
Then, historian Niall Ferguson runs through the likely chain of events that would take place if Greece exited the euro. How would it happen and what would the ramifications be?
In What in the World – there’s been a spate of bankruptcies of American cities. They’re gut-wrenching. But in reality, they may also have a crucial silver lining…
Also on the show, the ousted president of the Maldives on his country’s unrest. And a fun look at the tricks our brain plays on us, with scientist V.S. Ramachandran.
CNN’s Reliable Sources- Coverage of the Colorado shooting; Romney tax returns: Ramesh Ponnuru, National Review; Ana Marie Cox, GQ; Bob Cusack, The Hill. Coverage of Yahoo's new CEO: Kara Swisher, All Things Digital; Lauren Ashburn, Daily-Download.com; Morning shows ratings: Marisa Guthrie, the Hollywood Reporter; Adam Buckman, Xfinity
Univision's Al Punto-Israel Ortega, editor at HeritageLibertad.org and Dana Sanchez, a spokesperson for the Brady Campaign, which combats gun violence.
Top democrat on the House Armed Services Committee, Rep. Adam Smith of Washington State.
The Chris Matthews Show
2012 Campaign; Romney's search for a running mate: Dan Rather; Kathleen Parker; David Ignatius; Gloria Borger
Melissa Harris Perry Show-Saturdays and Sundays from 10-12
Up w/Chris Hayes
Sunday's Guests (July 22): Taxes, global warming and the food supply, the crisis in Syria
On Sunday's show we'll be talking about the vastly different experiences of George and Mitt Romney when it comes to taxes. We'll also examine the effect of climate change on our food supply, and ask whether the current drought covering large swaths of the U.S. is the new normal. Plus, we'll examine the escalating violence in Syria and its stakes not just for the region, but for the U.S. and our allies as well.
Joining Chris at the table will be:
Gary Gensler (@cftc), chairman of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission since May 2009. Gensler previously served as the under-secretary of domestic finance at the Treasury Department.
Bryn Bird, second-generation farmer in Granville, Ohio at Bird's Haven Farms. She is also a field outreach coordinator for Rural Coalition.
Akil Hashem (@AkilHashem), retired brigadier general who served in the Syrian army for 27 years (1962-1989).
Col. Jack Jacobs (@ColJackJacobs), Medal of Honor recipient, a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and military analyst for MSNBC.
Stacy-Marie Ishmael (@s_m_i), adjunct professor at CUNY Graduate School of Journalism, former editor of "FT Tilt."
Josh Barro (@jbarro), contributor to Forbes.com with "The Barrometer."
Amy Goodman, host of Democracy Now!, author of "Breaking the Sound Barrier," and syndicated columnist for King Features.
CBS 60 Minutes
Evidence of Innocence - Michael Morton was finally freed when DNA evidence exonerated him after 25 years in prison; he speaks out in his first interview. As Lara Logan reports, Morton's case is one of a series of high profile wrongful convictions that have cast a harsh light on prosecutors.
India's Gold - The demand for gold in India accounts for an amazing 32 percent of the worldwide market for the precious metal. And no wonder. The most important tradition at nearly all the 10 million annual weddings in India is the lavish gold jewelry.
Michael Phelps - The Olympic gold wunderkind is back to a strict training regimen after a lull that included some fun downtime and unimpressive races. He tells Anderson Cooper he's now ready for the London games, where his coach predicts another multiple gold-medal effort.
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