The legendary Bob Schieffer is calling it a career Sunday as he hosts his last “Face the Nation.”
Bob Schieffer will host CBS’ “Face the Nation” on Sunday for the last time after 24 years.
Outgoing “Face the Nation” host Bob Schieffer challenged Republican presidential candidate, Sen. Rand Paul, on the “partisan politics” in the GOP and mused on him potentially being a Democratic candidate.
CBS says veteran newsman Bob Schieffer is retiring this year.
CBS News’ Bob Schieffer says he is “dumbstruck” by one-time Obamacare adviser Jonathan Gruber’s current comments about the health care law, saying that his actions are just another example of what’s wrong with American politics.
Secret Service Director Julia Pierson resigned last week after the high-profile security issues came to light, and Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., said more departures are sure to come amid a culture of complacency – and what some of his constituents have suggested is a racial issue.
Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates said he believes the U.S. has very few options in two of the Obama administration’s biggest foreign policy pressure points in Ukraine and Syria, adding that the U.S. needs to solve its domestic problems before it can exert power on the world stage.
Rep. Michael McCaul, Texas Republican and chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, told CBS’s “Face the Nation” on Sunday that “the security threat to the Olympics, this particular Olympics, [is] the greatest I think I’ve ever seen.”
Speaking with Bob Schieffer on Sunday, Sen. Chuck Schumer said he is “cautiously hopeful” that the Senate can pick up where House negotiations have become deadlocked, and hopefully avoid the continued government shutdown through bipartisan Senate discussion.
Longtime CBS News correspondent Bob Schieffer is comparing Russian President Vladimir Putin to former Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez after Russia granted temporary asylum to National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden.