Famed poet, Colin Powell, James Baker and others reflect on Mandela's life and legacy on "Face the Nation"
The latest from Bob Schieffer: Video, commentaries and more.
"Face the Nation Flashback" highlights great moments and legendary figures in history from the CBS News Face the Nation archives vault.
I'll be honest, I don't know how you fix a program that was put together in this manner, with only one side of the aisle, and taking the shortcuts that we're taking to put it in place.
Sen. Bob Corker
R-Tenn, on the President's healthcare law
Links to transcripts of past broadcasts of "Face the Nation"
U.S. needs Karzai to sign a security pact on the role of U.S. forces after 2014 in order to keep small number of troops there in advisory roles
Randall Robinson, an anti-apartheid activist who founded an organization called TransAfrica, recalls when he was arrested during a sit-in six years before Nelson Mandela was released from prison.
James Baker, who was chief of staff to former President Ronald Reagan, says Nelson Mandela "had an enduring and endearing presence of dignity that I don't think I've ever seen on any other person."
Gayle King, Rick Stengel, Michele Norris, Lorraine Miller, and Gwen Ifill reflect on Nelson Mandela the man and Nelson Mandela the politician.
CBS News' Debora Patta reports from South Africa on the reaction to the passing of Nelson Mandela, that country's first black president who played a pivotal role in ending apartheid.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani is taking flak from some quarters back home over his negotiations on the country's nuclear program. CBS News' Elizabeth Palmer reports from Tehran.
Face in the news: a round-up of the news made on the December 8th edition of "Face the Nation"