Chief Washington Correspondent, CBS News
CBS News' Chief Washington Correspondent and moderator of the Sunday public affairs talk show, Face the Nation.
cbsnews.com — CBS News video: Drones have not "made us any safer," argues Amnesty leader - Face to Face: Following President Obama's speech on drone policy, Amnesty International's Michelle Ringuette said "we don't need to make a new rulebook" on drones, because international human rights and humanitarian laws should already govern engagement in warlike activities.
cbsnews.com — (CBS News) When the burglars broke into Democratic Headquarters at the Watergate, a lot of us back then found it hard to believe. Why would anyone break into a political headquarters? What did they hope to find? Bumper stickers? Yard signs? Nobody is dumb enough to pull a stunt like that.
cbsnews.com — On the news that the IRS targeted conservative groups for burdensome scrutiny during the 2012 election, Bob Schieffer says, "Surely no one could be dumb enough to think you could get away with that in an election year. But they were! So, welcome to dumb and dumber."
cbsnews.com — This week's testimony by Greg Hicks, State Department employee and number two personnel in the Libyan embassy, showed us that the attack on the Benghazi consulate is not going away. Last Sunday on "Face the Nation" we got an advance transcript of what Hicks had told investigators from the government oversight committee.
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