Head of Human Rights Campaign Chad Griffin acknowledges historic ruling on same-sex marriage and says the fight continues for civil rights for all; Following the Supreme Court decision supporting nationwide same-sex marriage, Russell Moore of the Southern Baptist Convention says conservatives ought not be forced to bend their beliefs. Moore says he respects
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The latest on the investigation into alleged murderer Dylann Roof?s manifesto and a look at the services taking place today at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston; Cornell William Brooks talks about the ideology of Charleston shooter Dylann Roof, all that and more on "Face the Nation."
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders discusses why he's opposed to trade bills; Senior campaign adviser, John Podesta, talks Hillary Clinton's campaign strategy and position on trade; all that and more on Face the Nation.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul and other opponents of NSA phone surveillance are not telling the truth and threaten national security; New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio says voter suppression efforts are shutting out too many American voters and that he supports Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's voting rig
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, a likely presidential candidate, says Congress should reauthorize the Patriot Act "as is" and that the Obama administration should pursue a tougher strategy against ISIS. Bob Schieffer reflects on his half-century of reporting, and he says he'll miss being in the middle of the action.
Sen. John McCain, R-Arizona, says President Obama has not been aggressive enough in taking the fight to ISIS militants who have ravaged Iraq and Syria; CBS News correspondent Clarissa Ward reports on the latest territorial gains by ISIS; Peter Arnett, formerly of the Associated Press, David Hume Kennerly, formerly of United Press International, Laura Palmer,
On today's edition of Face the Nation, Wisconsin governor Scott Walker, a likely presidential candidate in 2016, talks about foreign policy and domestic issues. Rep. Devin Nunes, the new chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, participates in his first Sunday show interview in his new role. Also, former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates, who serve
On today's edition of Face the Nation, Republican presidential candidate and former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee defends an infomercial he once appeared in for what some say was a questionable product. On the other side of the aisle, Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders explains why he thinks he thinks his record of "strong and bold
Correspondent Wyatt Andrews reports from Baltimore, where tensions are calming after charges were brought against the officers involved in the arrest and death of Freddie Gray; Representative Paul Ryan (R-WI) says his unique anti-poverty proposal could provide lessons for Baltimore; Seth Doane reports on the recovery efforts in Nepal. That and much more beca
Correspondent Holly Williams reports from Nepal on the recovery efforts after a 7.8-magnitude earthquake struck the impoverished country over the weekend; After clashes in Baltimore over the weekend, Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Maryland, says the struggle over how police treat African Americans is the single largest civil rights issue of the current generation;