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Ex-Trump aide expected to plead guilty in Russia probeGates was indicted by a federal grand jury back in October as part of Mueller's Russia probe
Sen. Coons says "it's hard to say" Russian meddling didn't affect 2016 election outcomeSenator Chris Coons, D-Delaware, joins guest host Nancy Cordes to discuss the indictments against 13 Russian nationals and the possibility of action on gun control after the shooting in Florida.
Sen. Scott says the system should have prevented the shooting in FloridaSenator Tim Scott, R-South Carolina, joins guest host Nancy Cordes to discuss the shooting in Parkland, Florida and the indictments against Russian nationals who tried to meddle in the 2016 election.
Rep. Gowdy on the gun control debateRep. Trey Gowdy, R-South Carolina, joins guest host Nancy Cordes to discuss the shooting in Florida and the Mueller indictment against Russian nationals who interfered in the 2016 election.
Podesta says the indictment only details one part of Russia's interference campaignFormer Hillary Clinton Campaign Chairman John Podesta joins guest host Nancy Cordes to discuss the indictments against Russian nationals and the effect of their attempts to interfere in American elections.
Retiring Republican lawmakers on WH handling of Rob PorterSenator Jeff Flake and Representatives Charlie Dent, Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, and Ed Royce discuss the White House's handling of the allegations against Rob Porter.
Extended interview: retiring GOP lawmakersFace the Nation guest host Nancy Cordes interviews retiring congressional Republicans Senator Jeff Flake and Representatives Charlie Dent, Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, and Ed Royce.
Open: This is Face the Nation, February 18, 2018This week on "Face the Nation," CBS News Chief Congressional Correspondent Nancy Cordes guest hosts the broadcast with interviews with Representative Trey Gowdy, Senator Chris Coons, Senator Tim Scott, and Former Clinton Campaign Chairman John Podesta. Plus, a panel of retiring Republicans explain why they have decided to leave Congress.

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"Three Billboards" wins at BAFTA Awards 2018Martin McDonagh's film about a mother seeking justice won five awards, including best film, outstanding British film and best actress
Willem Dafoe: A challenging careerMartha Teichner profiles the stage and screen actor, star of "Platoon" and "The Last Temptation of Christ," who is nominated for his third Oscar for the acclaimed film, "The Florida Project." Willem Dafoe talks about his career trajectory as an actor, including his nearly three decades with the experimental theater company The Wooster Group, and his love for New York.
Meet Michelle Obama's portraitist Amy SheraldAlex Wagner profiles the artist whose painting of former first lady Michelle Obama was unveiled this week at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C.
Jimmy Buffett comes to BroadwayTracy Smith profiles singer-songwriter Jimmy Buffett, whose popular music is now the basis of a Broadway musical, "Escape to Margaritaville."
"Black Panther" a record-setting smash at the box officeAlready a much-celebrated pop-culture milestone, "Black Panther" is the highest-grossing February opening weekend
Jimmy Buffett and "Margaritaville" come to BroadwayThe musician's songs are now featured in a jukebox musical about a lounge singer not unlike himself
Willem Dafoe: The actor's quest for challengesThe Oscar-nominated star of "The Florida Project" creates rich performances filled with physicality and thought, without being judgmental
Willem DafoeThe mesmerizing stage and screen actor has earned his third Academy Award nomination, for "The Florida Project"

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