NBC News correspondent Harry Smith sits down with author Maya Angelou to talk about her favorite memories of Nelson Mandela.
Gen. Michael Hayden says Edward Snowden should not be given amnesty and the NSA is not abusing its spying powers.
A Meet the Press roundtable discusses the economic numbers and Obamacare setbacks that remain ahead for the administration.
Gen. michael Hayden believes leaker Edward Snowden’s revelations have accelerated the debate over the scope of government spying.
A deal with Snowden that would prevent future leaks would only motivate future Snowdens, Gen. Michael Hayden says.
Rep. Paul Ryan defends the budget agreement against conservative critics who say it failed to go far enough.
A special group of Meet the Press guests looks at the impact Nelson Mandela had on the United States and around the world.
In a preview of this Sunday’s Meet the Press, David Gregory talks with budget chairs Patty Murray and Paul Ryan about the impact Obamacare will have on the 2014 election.
The founder and editor of the quarterly journal National Affairs, Yuval Levin, discusses the gap between the left and the right and how today s partisan political debates got their start. It s all the subject of his new book: The Great Debate: Edmund Burke, Thomas Paine, and the Birth of Right and Left.
Former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson said this week was a turning point for House Speaker John Boehner.
A slew of honest and candid Republican governors could make a strong presidential field in 2016, Walker says.
Gen. michael Hayden believes leaker Edward Snowden s revelations have accelerated the debate over the scope of government spying.
Murray defends the health care law despite public skepticism.
Scott Walker applauds budget deal and talks about a potential 2016 run.