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'''''Face the Nation''''' is an [[American]] [[Sunday]] morning news show which is aired on [[CBS]]. The program includes interviews with government officials and international figures along with round table commentary on current news topics by [[CBS News]] correspondents.  
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'''''Face the Nation''''' is an [[United States|American]] [[Sunday]] morning news show which is aired on [[CBS]]. The program includes interviews with government officials and international figures along with round table commentary on current news topics by [[CBS News]] correspondents. It once called itself "spontaneous and unrehearsed."
  
''Face the Nation'' aired first in 1954, making it one of the longest running television shows in history. The current moderating position is held by [[Bob Schieffer]]. The program is broadcast from a [[CBS]] studio in [[Washington, D.C.]].
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''Face the Nation'' aired first in 1954, making it one of the longest running television shows in history. The current moderating position is held by Margaret Brennan. The program is broadcast from a [[CBS]] studio in [[Washington, D.C.]].
  
 
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[[Category:Television Shows]]

Latest revision as of 09:48, 6 January 2020

Face the Nation is an American Sunday morning news show which is aired on CBS. The program includes interviews with government officials and international figures along with round table commentary on current news topics by CBS News correspondents. It once called itself "spontaneous and unrehearsed."

Face the Nation aired first in 1954, making it one of the longest running television shows in history. The current moderating position is held by Margaret Brennan. The program is broadcast from a CBS studio in Washington, D.C..