Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., and Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., will appear this Sunday, March 3, on "Face the Nation," along with Cardinal Timothy Dolan and a politics roundtable with Bob Woodward, David Sanger, Rana Foroohar and John Dickerson.
We'll hear from Graham and McCain, the top two foreign policy thorns in President Obama's side. How will they work with Hagel, who was confirmed this week as the new defense secretary? They both opposed his nomination -- will it be easy to move on and work together now?
The duo also led the charge against the administration's handling of the September 11 attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi. What more do they have to say about that?
Despite their vocal criticisms of the administration, this week they applauded a meeting they had with the president on immigration reform. Should we expect to see a bill soon? What does Durbin, the Senate's majority whip, think could pass the Senate?
An update on sequestration. What do the all three Senators make of the outcome? What comes next in the battle to cut the debt?
All this and more with our politics roundtable of Washington Post's Bob Woodward, The New York Times' David Sanger, Time Magazine's Rana Foroohar and CBS News' John Dickerson. Woodward made it clear in his book, The Price of Politics, and repeatedly since, that the sequester was the president's idea -- and the White House has pushed back on that unrelenting assertion. This week Woodward told Politico that the White House not only yelled at him for his account of sequestration's birth, but also that that administration official told him he'd "regret" the story.
Has Woodward continued his back-and-forth with the White House? What does the experience make him think of the administration as a whole?
We'll also look outside Washington at a story that's captivated the world: The resignation of Pope Benedict and the upcoming Conclave to choose his successor. Cardinal Timothy Dolan joins us as he's preparing for the Conclave. What should we expect? What exactly goes on before a Conclave begins?
All that and more -- because it's "Face the Nation." Check your local listings, because we want to see you on Sunday.