(CBS News) -- Mitt Romney's announcement that he decided not to run for President for a third time has brought focus to the 2016 Republican field of possible candidates for President. Sunday, we'll talk to Senator Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., who has formed a political action committee to explore a run and Dick Durbin, D-Ill. We've got a lot to discuss with the lawmakers: the global fight against terrorism, the nomination of a new Attorney General, 2016 politics, immigration and more.
We'll also be joined by former Secretary of State James Baker and bring you the latest on ISIS, the new leadership in Saudi Arabia, and more. Plus, what does the former Secretary of State think of President Obama's handling of foreign policy?
With the Romney news, there's a lot to talk about with our panel. We'll be joined by Peggy Noonan of the Wall Street Journal, Mark Leibovich of the New York Times Magazine, CBS News Political Director John Dickerson, former Obama adviser Stephanie Cutter and Republican strategist Phil Musser.
We'll have an interview with Joe Califano, former domestic policy aide to President Lyndon Johnson, whose book titled "The Triumph & Tragedy of Lyndon Johnson," is being re-released with a new forward. (NOTE: Califano currently serves on the board of the CBS Corporation).
Finally, with all eyes on Superbowl XLIX this weekend, we'll check in with CBS News Correspondent Jan Crawford , who'll be on the ground in Phoenix, Arizona, where the game is being held. Plus, CBS Sports' James Brown joins us on set for a preview of the big game. Hope you'll join us. Check your local listings.