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Intel chairs respond to ISIS threat, Syrian refugee policy
Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Sen. Richard Burr, R- North Carolina, and House Intelligence Committee Chairman Rep. Devin Nunes, R-California, discuss the United States’ response to the recent attack in Paris and the Syrian refugee crisis.
New CBS News poll: Hillary Clinton wins Democratic debate
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was the clear winner at Saturday's debate, with 51 percent of poll respondents declaring her the victor
G20 summit focus shifts to ISIS
President Obama has updated the topics he will discuss at this year’s summit to address the recent attacks in Paris. CBS News foreign affairs correspondent Margaret Brennan reports on the president's trip.
The latest on the deadly terrorist attacks in Paris
CBS News correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reports about the deadly Paris attacks where 129 deaths have been confirmed.
Open: This is Face the Nation, November 15
The latest on the terror attacks in Paris, along with analysis of Saturday’s second Democratic primary debate with guests Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, Rep. Devin Nunes, R-California, Sen. Richard Burr, R-North Carolina, and others.
Ben Carson: "Extraordinarily difficult" for government to seize guns from attentive public
In an interview with "Face the Nation," Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson reacts to a poll showing concern that stricter gun laws could lead to the government taking guns away from gun owners.
Walter Mondale to Gary Hart: "Where's the beef?"
During a Democratic primary debate in 1984, Gary Hart was criticized by some of his competitors for the nomination for not offering serious, substantive policy proposals.
Bill Clinton, Jerry Brown trade jabs at 1992 Democratic primary debate
"You're not worth being on the same platform as my wife," Bill Clinton told Jerry Brown in a 1992 Democratic primary debate in Chicago after Brown accused Clinton of funneling Arkansas state money to Hillary Clinton's law firm.
Extended interview: Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand
The unabridged version of the interview with Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-New York, that aired on the November 8, 2015 broadcast of "Face the Nation"
Sen. Gillibrand: U.S. should accept more Syrian refugee families
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-New York, says President Obama’s current strategy in Syria will not work long-term. Gillibrand raises concerns that the United States is not doing enough to confront the growing humanitarian crisis as refugees flee their homes for safety.
Ben Carson: America was not designed for “career politicians”
Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson says he has been tested as a leader time and time again, and possesses unparalleled experience “working through every socioeconomic class.”
Ben Carson: “I am getting extra scrutiny”
GOP presidential candidate Ben Carson feels the “extra scrutiny” of investigations centered on his younger years.As for recent reports that the Yale graduate falsely recounted his college years? “Give me a break,” Dr. Carson says.
Donald Trump reveals more specifics on his tax plan
Donald Trump looks forward to trimming the “fat and waste” in this country. If elected, the GOP frontrunner says he has big plans to knock out carried interest deductions.
Donald Trump on GOP rivals: “Everyone is a threat”
Businessman-turned-politician Donald Trump says he is running against a number of talented Republican contenders in this presidential election. He considers even those ranking low in the polls “real competition.”
Donald Trump on Carson: “A lot of questions are being raised”
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump raises concerns regarding the “tough charges” about Dr. Carson’s past experiences with violence and self-described pathological disease. Despite these “tough stories,” Trump says he hopes it works out for his rival.
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand welcomes Obama's rejection of Keystone pipeline
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-New York, tells "Face the Nation" the president's decision to reject the Keystone XL pipeline will help the U.S. accelerate its shift toward renewable energy.
Marco Rubio: Economic growth, entitlement cuts must accompany tax reforms
Critics worry that Rubio's ambitious tax plans would explode the federal deficit, but the GOP presidential candidate and Florida senator tells "Face the Nation" why he believes they're mistaken.
Columnist Peggy Noonan on presidential philosophy
John Dickerson sits down with Wall Street Journal columnist Peggy Noonan to discuss her new book "The Time of Our Lives," a collection of her speeches and columns from years past
This Week in Republican Politics, November 1
CBS News contributor Peggy Noonan, Jamelle Bouie of Slate Magazine, Jonathan Martin of the New York Times, and the Atlantic’s Jeffrey Goldberg break down the latest GOP debate, Speaker Paul Ryan’s new role and John McCain’s 2012 “Phoenix-style” comeback
Full Interview: Paul Ryan, November 1
Newly elected House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wisconsin) sits down with John Dickerson to discuss the challenges of his new leadership role and his plans to redesign the speakership.
Full Interview: Marco Rubio, November 1
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Florida) sits down with John Dickerson to discuss new developments in Syria, executive responsibilities, and his fellow GOP candidate Gov. Jeb Bush.
Top Dem: Speaker Paul Ryan should not take immigration reform off the table
Rep. Steny Hoyer, D-Maryland, believes it is the Republican Party, not the speakership that is broken. The Democratic whip says new House Speaker Paul Ryan is “enthusiastic, and not as wizened” to the realities in Congress.
Speaker Ryan: “I have to keep life normal"
Newly-elected House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wisconsin, says he will still sleep in his office and travel home on weekends. The young speaker of the House will continue to camp, mountain climb, and hunt with or without a security entourage.
Speaker Ryan: “I’m redesigning this job”
Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wisconsin, says he believes big government displaces civil society. The new speaker endorses a dialogue surrounding the root causes of poverty and displaced communities moving forward.
Rubio: I have “tremendous personal affection” for Jeb Bush
Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Florida, says Americans will not hear him badmouth fellow GOP candidate Jeb Bush. In response to Bush’s comments that Rubio has been missing many Senate votes, the Senator concedes most votes today are performed only for “messaging”
Rubio: “The presidency’s not a bookkeeping job”
Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Florida, says the presidency is not “some glorified accounting job,” adding that the role requires a vision for America's future. Yet the Republican presidential candidate concedes the presidency is “not like being a U.S. senator.”
Rubio: Sending US special ops to Syria “important start” to defeating ISIS
Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Florida, believes President Obama’s decision to send 50 special operations forces into Syria is an “important start” to developing a tactical strategy in the Middle East.
Extended interview: Sen. Marco Rubio
The unabridged version of the interview with GOP presidential candidate Sen. Marco Rubio that aired on the November 1, 2015 broadcast of "Face the Nation."
Russian airliner crash under investigation
The investigation intensifies after Russian airliner Kogalymavia Airbus A-321 crashed in Sinai, Egypt on Saturday killing all 224 people on board. Investigators have recovered both the flight data recorder and cockpit voice recorder, widening the search area to ten miles surrounding the crash site
Open: This is Face the Nation, November 11
The latest on the Russian airliner crash in Egypt, a shakeup in House leadership, and the 2016 campaign, with Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, House Speaker Paul Ryan, Rep. Steny Hoyer, D-Maryland, and others.