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French President Macron discusses racism on both sides of the Atlantic
"We have to rebuild the unity of our societies," he said. "This is a huge challenge, but this is one of the critical challenge of our generation."
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Dickerson's debate history: Reagan zings Mondale in 1984
John Dickerson recalls one of Ronald Reagan's most memorable zingers from a 1984 debate against then-Democratic nominee Walter Mondale.
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Shimon Peres on Face the Nation in 1975
Former Israeli President and Prime Minister Shimon Peres, who passed away this week, sat for an interview with "Face the Nation " in 1975 to discuss the Israeli-Palestinian peace process, broader Middle Eastern politics, and more
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Paul Ryan and Reince Priebus on pledge breakers refusing to support Trump
Speaker Paul Ryan and Reince Priebus have conflicting messages to Republicans refusing to support Trump, despite initial pledges
Paul Ryan on Congress during its lame duck session
In this "Face the Nation" Web Extra, Speaker Paul Ryan talks about all the work that will be done during the lame duck session of Congress
What to expect from the debates
Ed O'Keefe of the Washington Post and USA Today's Susan Page preview the presidential debates ahead of tomorrow night's face-to-face meeting. What can viewers expect from Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump's first match-up?
Mike Pence on his working mothers and day care shift
In this "Face the Nation," Web Extra the Republican Vice Presidential candidate recants a statement he made in 1997
Speaker Ryan: Trump's new tax strategy "much closer" to Congress' reform plan
Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wisconsin, believes Republican nominee Donald Trump's new tax plan is headed in the right direction. Speaker Ryan says, "we think Donald Trump will be more than willing to work with us on this."
Speaker Ryan: Police stop and frisk "cannot be done along racial lines"
Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wisconsin, says police stops should respect "reasonable suspicion standards." The Speaker adds that after implementing stop and frisk practices, "A lot of people in New York thought it was successful."
Charlotte PD release body cam footage of encounter with Keith Scott
The Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department released portions of dashboard camera and body camera footage of the encounter with Keith Lamont Scott. Last night saw mostly peaceful protests, but tensions remain high. Errol Barnett reports from Charlotte.
Extended interview: John Lewis, September 18
Saturday marks the official opening of the new Smithsonian Museum of African American History and Culture. CBS' "Face the Nation" visited the museum with a man who spent 15 years working on its establishment, Rep. John Lewis, D-Georgia.
How will the Donald Trump birther story impact voter turnout?
With 50 days left to the election, how will Donald Trump's long-held but now retracted suggestion that President Obama was not born in the U.S. affect voters in November? Ruth Marcus of the Washington Post, Reihan Salam of the National Review, and Mark Leibovich of the New York Times Magazine break down this week in politics.
RNC chair: I never believed Obama was not born in the U.S.
Chairman of the Republican National Committee (RNC) Reince Priebus told "Face the Nation" he never believed President Obama was not a natural-born citizen. Asked about Trump's role in the birther movement, Priebus said: "I don't think Donald Trump was thinking about 2016 in 2011."
Tim Kaine: "Strong allies" prevent lone wolf attacks
Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine says "the way you stop lone wolf attacks is through smart sharing of intelligence." Kaine adds he is grateful there are no fatalities in the "massive" explosion that shook New York City last night.
Trump campaign manager blames "people around Hillary Clinton" for birther movement
Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway says the Hillary Clinton campaign perpetuated the birther movement. Conway adds, "associates of Hillary Clinton started pushing the issue because Barack Obama came out of nowhere to them."
CBS News poll: Clinton and Trump tied in key battleground states
A new CBS News Battleground Tracker shows this morning that in the 13 states we consider to be the tightest, the candidates are now tied, 42 to 42 percent. Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine breaks down the Clinton campaign's strategy ahead of election night.
Rep. Peter King: NYC explosion is "wake up call" to law enforcement
Rep. Peter King, R-New York, says the U.S. is "always vulnerable" to attacks, but hopes they are not the "new normal." The congressman, who sits on both the House Intelligence and Homeland Security committees, adds "these threats are real and they will continue."
Remembering 9/11, fifteen years later
On the fifteenth anniversary of 9/11, the nation honors those killed when terrorists hijacked planes and crashed them into the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and a field in Shanksville, Pennsylvania. Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton paid their respects at Ground Zero Sunday.
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Fifteen years after 9/11, is America safer?
As threats continue overseas, how is the U.S. adapting its fight to combat terrorism? Former Homeland Security Advisor to President George Bush Fran Townsend joins The Atlantic's Steven Brill and Jeffrey Goldberg to discuss on the 15th anniversary of 9/11.
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Alberto Gonzales discusses enhanced interrogation
Former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, who served under former President George W. Bush, says that enhanced interrogation was effective and that the next president should do whatever is lawful and effective to ensure Americans are safe.
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What are Clinton's and Trump's hurdles in the final stretch?
Susan Page of USA Today, Jamelle Bouie of Slate Magazine, The National Review's Ramesh Ponnuru and Molly Ball of the Atlantic discuss the latest on Trump's immigration plans and Clinton's continued email server controversy. The full panel aired September 4, 2016.
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Mother Teresa becomes a saint
At the Vatican Sunday morning, Mother Teresa was officially declared a saint. Pope Francis praised the Albanian-born nun who died 19 years ago for dedicating her life to serving the poorest of the poor in Indian slums.
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Christie pushes back on "pay to play" allegations for Trump charity
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie addresses the IRS penalty Trump's foundation because of a donation it gave to Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi's political committee.
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Jeff Flake on supporting Trump: It's becoming increasingly difficult
Republican Sen. Jeff Flake of Arizona says that he does not expect being able to support Donald Trump in November. Flake would like to see Trump pivot on many issues, but he doesn't anticipate Trump changing.
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John Dickerson and Stephen Colbert on 2016, "Whistlestop" and more
The "Face the Nation" moderator and the "Late Show" host discuss Dickerson's book "Whistlestop" and the presidential election
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Full interview: Kellyanne Conway, August 28
Donald Trump's campaign manager Kellyanne Conway speaks with "Face the Nation" host John Dickerson about the GOP nominee's immigration policy and approach to minority communities.
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Trump Revealed: Investigative reporters offer a rare look into Donald Trump's lifetime
A new book on Donald Trump credits 38 Washington Post staffers for their deep dive into the background of GOP nominee Donald Trump. Authors Michael Kranish and Marc Fisher preview Trump Revealed: an American Journey of Ambition, Ego, Money and Power.
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Campaign shake-up: Can Donald Trump lead an effective campaign team?
Amy Walter of the Cook Political Report, Ben Domenich of the Federalist, Ezra Klein of and Bloomberg's Jennifer Jacobs break down Donald Trump's campaign shake-up. How will Donald Trump's campaign convince educated Republicans that he's prepared to win?
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Clinton campaign manager: Swing state voters misled by "right-wing attacks"
Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook says voters who connect the Clinton campaign to foreign donors are under the influence of "right-wing attacks." The democratic strategist believes the Clinton Foundation has gone "above and beyond" to uphold its ethical standards.
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Sen. Jeff Sessions: No "extreme vetting" for US citizens
Sen. Jeff Sessions, R - Alabama, believes extreme vetting should be reserved for foreigners applying for citizenship status. "Once you get citizenship, you're just like everyone else," Sessions says.
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