We'll talk with the RNC chairman about how Donald Trump and down-ballot Republicans will approach the last few weeks of the 2016 race
We'll talk with the Democratic strategist about how Hillary Clinton should handle Wikileaks and how she can finish strong
We'll talk with the Republican strategist about how Donald Trump can reorder a race that seems to be slipping away from him
We'll hear from a group of Nevada voters about their take on the 2016 election
CBS News Elections Director Anthony Salvanto will unveil some new 2016 survey data out of Florida and Texas
Peggy Noonan, Jamelle Bouie, Jeffrey Goldberg, and Ed O'Keefe will help us break down the busy news week
GOP VP candidate tells "Face the Nation" that "many of you in the media are working together to prevent the kind of change" Trump supporters want
Donald Trump has made it very clear that he deeply regrets those words that he used 11 years ago, that they don't represent who he is. And that he has categorically denied these unsubstantiated... allegations.
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