One of the longest-running news programs on the air, "Face the Nation" offers insight and analysis on the top issues of the day. Moderator John Dickerson welcomes politicians, government leaders and international newsmakers to a roundtable discussion of current events with CBS News correspondents.
Mick Mulvaney, director of the Office of Management and Budget; Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.); Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.); Rep. Mark Meadows (R-N.C.); panel with Peter Beinart, Susan Davis, Susan Glasser, and Ramesh Ponnuru; author Joseph A. Califano, Jr.
Anthony Mason brings more than 30 years of experience with CBS News to the anchor chair most recently held by Scott Pelley, offering a weeknight survey of major news stories. Additionally, each broadcast offers human-interest segments as well as interviews with newsmakers.
Scott Pelley brings more than 21 years of experience with CBS News to the anchor chair most recently held by Katie Couric, offering a weeknight survey of major news stories. Additionally, each broadcast offers human-interest segments as well as interviews with newsmakers.
Hosts Gayle King, Norah O'Donnell and John Dickerson set out to redefine CBS' morning landscape with their lively and original reporting on international news stories and interviews with important figures in politics, business and entertainment on this weekday program. The team broadcasts from a new state-of-the-art studio in New York's legendary CBS Broadcast Center. In a departure from the usual network morning show, "CBS This Morning" does not have a weather anchor.
The sparkling notes of a trumpet fanfare and the familiar logo of the sun alert viewers that it's time for CBS's Sunday morning staple. Journalist Jane Pauley helms the show, taking over hosting duties from Charles Osgood, who spent 22 years on the job. A morning talk show, this program airs at a different pace and focuses much of its attention on the performing arts. After a quick update of the day's news and national weather, correspondents offer longer-length segments on a variety of topics, from architecture to ballet to music to pop culture to politics.
For almost as long as there has been television, there's been "Meet the Press." The hourlong Sunday morning public affairs program has featured interviews with countless U.S. and world leaders, and has reviewed, analyzed and discussed the news of the week -- all while looking toward the week ahead.
Former Clinton White House staffer and current co-anchor of ABC's weekday morning news show "Good Morning America," George Stephanopoulos offers a look at current events with a focus on the politics of the day. Each week's show includes interviews with top newsmakers (including some of the nation's top political leaders) as well as a roundtable discussion, usually featuring journalists from ABC and other news organizations, of the week's happenings. Since 2008, the program has broadcast from a studio at the Newseum in Washington, D.C.