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This week's web extra with @MarkLeibovich: “Larry King is preparing for the final cancellation” http://cbsn.ws/1JGY8iY
John Dickerson talks with Mark Leibovich of The New York Times Magazine about his latest article on long-time television host Larry King and the next generation of the “have they died yet?” celebrity class.
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Stock market madness: What you need to know http://cbsn.ws/1NH5xG6
Mark Zandi, chief economist of Moody's Analytics, breaks down his insights for long term investment in today’s rollercoaster markets.
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Donald Trump is not “too Queens” for Iowa http://cbsn.ws/1Umb3ga
CBS News Correspondent Julianna Goldman, Ed O'Keefe of the Washington Post, Mark Leibovich of The New York Times Magazine, and the Atlantic’s Jeffrey Goldberg discuss Trump’s newfound Iowa appeal
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Gov. Bobby Jindal reflects 10 years after Katrina http://cbsn.ws/1UfpF6z
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal says New Orleans is better prepared than ever before to take on a new hurricane season, but state and federal government must not become complacent in the fight against natural disaster.
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Iowa pollster @jaselzer : Trump is warming up to GOP voters http://cbsn.ws/1NH3m5k
Iowa pollster Ann Selzer breaks down businessman Donald Trump’s favorability rise in the GOP arena. As Trump leads the pack, presidential contender Ben Carson earns a second place position.
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so?  she isn't breaking down anything but her........she thinks she's a "Pit Bull?"
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Jindal on Trump: America is frustrated with GOP http://cbsn.ws/1VoBKn5
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal says GOP votes are growing frustrated with establishment candidates and congressional gridlock. As voters get serious, Jindal remains confident he will take home the nomination despite poll numbers.
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Well, right now the GOP has no identity, unless you want to call them obummer-care, ben-gazee or hiller-email.
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Getty photog @mario_tama captured the storm and its aftermath. 10 years later, his memories are just as vivid http://cbsn.ws/1VoJyVI
Photographer for Getty Images Mario Tama breaks down the post-Hurricane Katrina devastation he captured ten years ago. Tama says a decade later, New Orleans has regained its old joy and energy.
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The Donald Trump and Ted Cruz Show http://cbsn.ws/1VoIb9t
CBS News Correspondent Julianna Goldman, Ed O'Keefe of the Washington Post, Mark Leibovich of The New York Times Magazine, and the Atlantic’s Jeffrey Goldberg investigate a new friendship between presidential contenders Donald Trump and Sen. Ted Cruz
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commands a biased word and that's to the left
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No white knight for Democrats. @juliannagoldman reports: http://cbsn.ws/1NH3wd4
CBS News Correspondent Julianna Goldman, Ed O'Keefe of the Washington Post, Mark Leibovich of The New York Times Magazine, and the Atlantic’s Jeffrey Goldberg discuss Hillary Clinton’s race to attract the Democratic base by signing up superdelegates
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Elizabeth Warren should run!
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Jindal: “Immigration without assimilation is invasion” http://cbsn.ws/1UfpzM7
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal says it’s important to secure the United States border first, then work on assimilating the 11 million undocumented people in the country
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doors open here without Tickets but in Mexico? CLOSED
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Iowa pollster Ann Selzer breaks down the latest polls out of Iowa and voters are "feeling the bern" http://cbsn.ws/1UmakM5
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Mayor Landrieu: New Orleans is America’s “canary in the coal mine” http://cbsn.ws/1Ufp4BR
New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu emphasizes Hurricane Katrina was an infrastructure failure, not a natural disaster. The mayor explains the city’s new role as America’s “the canary in the coal mine” for infrastructure reform and community policing.
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Face the Nation is one of the longest running news programs in the history of television - it premiered on the CBS network on November 7, 1954.

Every Sunday, CBS News Chief Washington Correspondent Bob Schieffer interviews top newsmakers on the issues of the week.

The program originates in Washington, D.C., where Bob has spent over 40 years covering government and politics. Bob has anchored Face the Nation since 1991 - this is his 20th year in the anchor seat.

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