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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.
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?
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.
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.
Priebus shuts down criticism of GOP fundraising strategy
Chairman of the Republican National Committee, Reince Priebus argues voters critical of GOP fundraising do not understand campaign finance broken up by state. Priebus explains, "There is no hundred million dollars in a drawer that might not be spent on one person but in favor of another."
CBS Battleground Tracker Poll: Clinton leads Trump in Ohio, 46% to 40%
CBS News Battleground Tracker poll shows Hillary Clinton leading Donald Trump in Ohio -46% to 40%. With 78 days left until the election, CBS News Elections Director Anthony Salvanto explains what Donald Trump must do to win back |reluctant Republicans."
Open: This is Face the Nation, August 21
"Face the Nation" brings you the latest news from the presidential campaign, with less than 80 days until the general election. Our guests include Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Alabama, RNC Chairman Reince Priebus, Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook, CBS News Elections Director Anthony Salvanto, and others.
Violent protests hit Milwaukee
Last night, Milwaukee, Wisconsin was the scene of violent protests after police officers shot and killed an armed man at a traffic stop. CBS News affiliate WDJT reporter Amanda Porterfield describes the horrific scene of police cars smashed with bricks and a gas station lit on fire.
Republican Sen. Susan Collins: "I'm taking a look at the Libertarian ticket"
Republican Senator Susan Collins says the "tipping point" in her decision not to support Donald Trump was his "inexplicable" attack of gold star parents Khizr and Ghazala Khan. Collins reveals she may support the Libertarian ticket of Gary Johnson and Bill Weld, adding, "It would be an easier choice for me."
Battleground Tracker Poll: Clinton widens lead over Trump in Florida
New CBS Battleground Tracker polls show Hillary Clinton leading Donald Trump by five points in Florida, 45 to 40 percent. With only 85 days left until the election, CBS News Director of Elections Anthony Salvanto explains how Clinton could turn several battleground states blue.
Open: This is Face the Nation, August 14
With less than 90 days until the general election, "Face the Nation" brings you the latest news from the campaign trail, with Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, CBS News Elections Director Anthony Salvanto, a guest panel on presidents, and others.
Flashback: Hillary Clinton's 2008 campaign explains RFK remark
In this clip from the May 25, 2008 broadcast of "Face the Nation" Hillary Clinton's 2008 presidential campaign spokesman Howard Wolfson tries to explain a controversial remark from his candidate
Should Republican politicians endorse Donald Trump?
With primaries around the corner, should Republicans in Congress support GOP nominee Donald Trump? Ron Brownstein of the Atlantic, Michael Duffy of Time Magazine, Ed O'Keefe of the Washington Post, and USA Today's Susan Page spot order amid the campaign chaos.
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One year after Iran nuclear deal, uneasy feelings remain
The Washington Post's David Ignatius weighs in on the United States' poorly-timed payment of $400 million to Iran. "The optics are terrible," Ignatius says. The journalist adds that while the U.S. serves as the "north star" of the global economy, Trump has begun to dim that light.
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CBS News Battleground Tracker: Hillary Clinton leads Virginia
Donald Trump's tumultuous week has helped push Hillary Clinton into a sizable lead in polls. A CBS News Battleground Tracker poll has Clinton up by 12 points in Virginia over Trump, 49 to 37 percent.
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Does Donald Trump pass the commander-in-chief test?
Who is prepared to be commander-in-chief? A new CBS News Battleground Tracker poll shows a majority of voters believe Hillary Clinton is more prepared than Donald Trump. While polls show more Republicans are wavering on who to vote for in November, the Democratic base is rallying around the newly nominated Clinton.
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Sen. Tom Cotton: Congress will keep future president in check
Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Arkansas, has endorsed Donald Trump, but reaffirms Congress' role in keeping America's future president in line. The Arkansas senator adds that the U.S. must act to dismantle the Iranian nuclear program, citing America's recent payment to Iran as a serious threat to national security.
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Sen. Jeff Flake: Trump "has to change" to win the election
The Arizona Republican withheld his endorsement of the GOP nominee, citing his "needless" offense of the growing Hispanic population. While running mate Mike Pence has argued Trump is a different person behind closed doors, Flake notes you cannot govern in private.
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Harry Truman sworn in as president after FDR's death
In this archive footage, Harry Truman is sworn in as the 33rd president of the united states after Franklin Delano Roosevelt's passing
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Trump campaign couches commitment to presidential debates
While Donald Trump plans on participating in the upcoming presidential debates, Paul Manafort says the Republican nominee demands a "broad audience" and "maximum audience participation" before signing up.
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How is America fighting the Zika outbreak?
Florida confirmed the first cases of zika transmitted through mosquitoes in the United States this week. Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of Allergy and Infectious Diseases at the National Institutes of Health, says individuals must protect themselves against mosquito bites. Fauci believes scientists are making "good progress" on the development of a Zika vaccine, predicting phase one trials to begin next week.
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RNC chair: "Many flaws" with presidential debate commission
Republican National Committee chair Reince Priebus urges the presidential debate commission to revisit debate dates in order to maximize television viewership, suggesting that an overlap with football game nights will risk shrinking audiences.
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Paul Manafort: Muslim ban is a "geographic suspension"
Campaign manager Paul Manafort says the focus of Donald Trump's "Muslim ban" is geographic region, backing down from earlier assertions that all Muslims should be indefinitely banned from entering the United States. "What their religion is isn't the subject," he says.
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