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Face the Nation on the Radio 5/9
Following a disappointing April jobs report, what's next for the U.S economy? "Face the Nation" guest moderator John Dickerson talks to Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo and Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari. We'll also hear from Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) about the GOP's plan to strip Representative Liz Cheney, chair of the House Republican Conference, of her post over her frequent criticism of former President Trump. Plus, the latest on the coronavirus with former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb, CBS's Chris Livesay, who reports from India, where COVID19 deaths continue to rise, and author Michael Lewis, author of the book, "The Premonition: A Pandemic Story."
Face the Nation on the Radio 5/2
On this week's "Face the Nation," with guest moderator John Dickerson, we hear from White House Chief of State, Ronald Klaine. South Carolina Senator, Tim Scott, who gave the Republican response to President Biden address to Congress. Plus the latest on the coronavirus pandemic with former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb, and a focus group on President Biden first 100 days in office.
Face the Nation on the Radio 4/25
In the wake of the Derek Chauvin verdict, calls for racial justice nationwide have been renewed once more. CBS News senior national correspondent Mark Strassmann reports on the ongoing efforts to provide police reforms in a climate of tension. Meanwhile, Ohio Governor Mike Dewine breaks down ongoing proposals he's put forth in Ohio to address policing in his state. This comes after the officer involved shooting of Ma'Khia Bryant. We'll also hear from Houston, Texas Police Chief Troy Finner, Florida and former Orlando Police Chief Rep. Val Demings, and NAACP Legal Defense Fund President Sherrilyn Ifill. CBS News Elections and Surveys Director Anthony Salvanto has a new poll on what Americans feel about Chauvin verdict and more. Plus, the latest on the coronavirus pandemic with former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb. John Dickerson guest-moderates this week's "Face the Nation."
Face the Nation on the Radio 4/18
On this week's "Face the Nation," moderator Margaret Brennan talks to Dr. Anthony Fauci and former FDA commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb about the concern over the Johnson and Johnson vaccine, and new cases that are on the rise. We'll hear from French President Emmanuel Macron about sanctions on Russia, as well as Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield about America's role in the world and our approach to some of our greatest global challenges.
Face the Nation on the Radio 4/11
With vaccinations on the rise and the push for a 1.9 trillion dollar stimulus package, the US economy appears to be getting a double injection of adrenaline. CBS News Correspondent Mark Strassmann reports on the job market jolt, converging with a COVID-19 spike in the upper Midwest of the country. We'll have exclusive interviews with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Rep. Liz Cheney on a number of topics, including more legislative plans, the Biden administration's infrastructure plan, Rep. Matt Gaetz and more. CBS News Correspondent Liz Palmer reports on COVID19 around the world, and as always, former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb has the latest on the fight against the coronavirus. These stories and more on this week's "Face the Nation," moderated by Margaret Brennan.
Face the Nation on the Radio 4/4
On this week's "Face the Nation" with moderator Margaret Brennan, America's COVID crisis: a closer look at the health and wealth gaps exposed by the pandemic. Plus, infections on the rise are we in a fourth wave? We hear from former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb. Friday's jobs report saw a surge in hiring, with over 900,000 jobs created in March. Biden's top economist Friday's jobs report saw a surge in hiring, with over 900,000 jobs created in March. We'll talk to President Biden's top economist Cecilia Rouse. New York's Ritchie Torres represents the poorest district in the US. He faults existing digital divides as contributing to racial disparities in vaccinations and vaccine access, saying those in the Bronx with no access to the Internet have no ability to register online for vaccines. What’s the biggest impediment for the largest vaccination campaign in human history? According to Gavi Vaccine Alliance CEO, Seth Berkley, it is access to the vaccines. Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez discusses the Biden Administration’s efforts to address concerns - like a lack of running water - in Native American nations. And Sister Norma Pimentel, who group, Catholic Charities of the Rio Grande Valley receives migrants after they’re released from the custody if the U,S Customs and Border Security.