01:31 — In this "Face the Nation" Web Exra, Sen. Marco Rubio discusses gun control and the recent sit-in staged by Democratic lawmakers.
01:32 — Sen. Marco Rubio hopes that the next elected Senate will not be "a place where things go to die." Rubio admits that running for re-election was not pa (more…)
04:36 — Which presidential candidate will reduce US debt? Head of the Campaign to Fix the Debt, Maya MacGuineas compares Trump and Clinton's economic proposal (more…)
05:11 — Sen. Marco Rubio believes Trump's "America First" strategy has limits and that the U.S. must engage with economies all over the world. "If all we do i (more…)
04:45 — Hillary Clinton leads Donald Trump by a small margin in battleground states Florida, North Carolina, and Wisconsin. CBS News Elections Director Anthon (more…)
01:30 — The Florida senator discusses his reelection bid and what he's learned about the Republican Party.
01:05 — The House minority leader discusses how new social media tools have helped Democrats raise the visibility of their sit-in to protest a lack of congres (more…)
03:00 — Attorney General Loretta Lynch says Orlando nightclub killer Omar Mateen, did not mention the LGBT community in calls with a 9-11 dispatcher and hosta (more…)
03:08 — Executive Vice President and CEO of the National Rifle Association, Wayne LaPierre says the White House is "intruding" in the military's fight against (more…)
07:39 — Top Senate Democrat on the Select Committee on Intelligence, Dianne Feinstein, D-California, supports new legislation that stalls gun purchases for an (more…)
06:57 — Attorney General Loretta Lynch joins John Dickerson on the set of "Face the Nation" to discuss the investigation into the Orlando nightclub shooting. (more…)
03:12 — Donald Trump says the NRA has American's "absolute best interest in mind" when advocating for gun rights, in the aftermath of the deadliest shooting i (more…)
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