Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are already slugging it out, but the Vermont senator still says he still has a narrow path to the Democratic nomination - we'll ask him about his next steps
The Democratic candidate also told "Face the Nation" he's not surprised Trump backed out of debating him, given the GOP candidate's flip-flopping on other issues
In this "Face the Nation" Political Playback, we look at the similarities between the tumultuous 1980 Democratic convention, which left the party fractured, and the the current Democratic race
Recent polls show a close race between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump - is Clinton's continued primary slog taking a toll?
Donald Trump is a disaster, in my view. And I will do everything that I can, whether as a candidate or not, to see that he is defeated.
Sen. Bernie Sanders
The 2016 Democratic frontrunner has been in the public eye for decades, but even the most well-known people can surprise, from time to time
A look at the president's best jokes about 2016 contenders from past White House Correspondents Dinners
1964 saw a staunch conservative secure the GOP nomination and frighten much of the world - we compare the reaction in Europe then to what we are seeing today
This is the May 22, 2016 edition of Face the Nation. Guests included Margaret Brennan, Holly Williams, Sully Sullenberger, Mark Rosenker, Bernie Sanders, Anthony Salvanto, Molly Ball, Ezra Klein, Ramesh Ponnuru, and Ed O'Keefe.
"Face the Nation" brings you the latest on the Democratic primary race with Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders
Missed the second half of the show? The latest on Bernie Sanders, the Democratic race, and Donald Trump.
We'll ask the Wisconsin Republican and Senate Homeland Security chairman about the fight against terrorism and his tough reelection battle
We'll talk with Colorado's Democratic governor about the 2016 election and his new book, "The Opposite of Woe: My Life in Beer and Politics"
Ruth Marcus, Peggy Noonan, Ron Brownstein, Mark Leibovich, and Jeffrey Goldberg will help us break down the busy news week
Sullenberger, the pilot who successfully landed a 2009 flight in the Hudson, talked about the crash causes that are "on the table"
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The Late Show host and the Face the Nation moderator had a wide-ranging discussion at the 92nd Street Y in New York on Wednesday