Face the Nation - Season 2012

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  • 12.30.2012
    12.30.2012
    Episode 20121230
    12/30/12
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  • 12.23.2012
    12.23.2012
    Episode 20121223
    12/23/12
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  • 12.16.2012
    12.16.2012
    Episode 20121216
    12/16/12
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  • 12.09.2012
    12.09.2012
    Episode 20121209
    12/9/12
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  • 12.02.2012
    12.02.2012
    Episode 20121202
    12/2/12
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  • FTN Page 2: December 2
    FTN Page 2: December 2
    Episode 12.02.12
    12/2/12
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    Miss the second half of the show? Watch. Mark Zandi, Maya MacGuineas Rana Foroohar, and John Dickerson discuss and explain the fiscal cliff.
  • FTN Page 2: November 18
    FTN Page 2: November 18
    Episode 11.18.12
    11/18/12
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    Miss the second half of the show? Watch. Sen. Olympia Snowe, R-Maine, David Ignatius, Tom Ricks, Margaret Brennan and Bob Orr with the latest on Israel.
  • July 22, 2012
    July 22, 2012
    Episode 07.22.12
    7/22/12
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  • July 1, 2012
    July 1, 2012
    Episode 07.01.12
    7/1/12
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  • June 24, 2012
    June 24, 2012
    Episode 06.24.12
    6/24/12
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  • June 17, 2012
    June 17, 2012
    Episode 06.24.12
    6/17/12
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  • June 10, 2012
    June 10, 2012
    Episode 06.10.12
    6/10/12
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  • 01.08.12
    01.08.12
    Episode 01.08.12
    1/8/12
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    General Martin Dempsey and Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta spoke with Bob Schieffer on the reorganizing of the U.S. military and the application of sanctions against Iran; Then, Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) discuses the current state of Iraq and his endorsement of Mitt Romney; Also, Bob Schieffer on how the internet is redefining politics.moreless
  • 01.01.12
    01.01.12
    Episode 01.01.12
    1/1/12
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    Senator Rand Paul (son of Ron Paul), former Congressman (and Gingrich supporter) J.C. Watts, and former Sen. Jim Talent (a Romney supporter) join Bob Schieffer to discuss where their candidates are standing; Also on Bob Schieffer's commentary why he turns first to the obituaries, where he notes the passing of good people - and animals, like Cheetah the chimpanzeemoreless