Sunday morning talk shows
All of the talk shows have GOP House members as guests.
Sen. Chris Coons (D-Del.) said Congress will not be able to override a presidential veto.
Sen. John Hoeven (R-N.D.) said supporters now have 63 votes.
The Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman called for the facility to be closed.
Interrogation practices will take center stage on political talk shows.
Secretary of Health and Human Services Sylvia Burwell will appear on “Meet The Press.”
Chiefs of national Democratic and Republican committees to spar on Sunday shows.
Sen. Ted Cruz, Rep. Tim Murphy and National health official Anthony Fauci among guests.
Speaker Boehner, Sens. John Barrasso and Angus King are among guests.
Obama will likely face questions about whether he'll expand Iraq airstrikes.
Rep. Mike Rogers, Sen. Rand Paul, Sens. Lindsey Graham and Rev. Al Sharpton among guests.
Sens. John McCain, Lindsey Graham and Ben Cardin among guests.
"There is a tendency toward political correctness," Sen. John Cornyn said.
“I think we’re doing a good job monitoring those people," he said.
Gen. Martin Dempsey said the gunmen have been linked by family and school ties.
Cuba policy on tap for Sunday shows with commentary from the president and Sen. Marco Rubio.
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, Eric Garner's widow and NAACP president among guests.
Obama will be interviewed on CBS's "Face the Nation."
The deadly virus will once again be in the spotlight on this Sunday's talk shows.
CDC director Tom Frieden, Sens. Lindsey Graham and Jack Reed among guests.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein and Reps. Mike Rogers, Peter King among guests.
Lawmakers will weigh in on possible military action against ISIS and Russia’s incursions.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry will also appear after an indictment against him was revealed Friday.
Attorney General Eric Holder, Israeli PM and Texas Gov. Rick Perry will appear.